Kyle Massey Net Worth

Kyle Massey is one of the actors who has been around since he was a kid. He is one of the rare cases and he is one of the child actors who made it. As he has been around for a quite long time, there is no doubt that he has earned a lot. If you are wondering about his net worth and how much he has collected in his pocket, please keep reading the article as the information about it will be featured below.

Net Worth

As of June 2021, the net worth of Kyle Massey is estimated to be $5 million, including all the assets belong to him. Even he is still 29, he has earned a lot. He is one of several people who have proved that age means nothing and cannot stop you from getting success. This one is one of the actors who have been in the field since childhood, and unlike many of some others, his success still continues to even now. From him, people can learn that anyone is able to be a millionaire as long as they have right determination and talent.

Kyle Massey Net Worth

Career

    1. Acting career

In 2003, Kyle Massey started his acting career by playing Cory Baxter on the show aired by Disney Channel called That’s So Raven. He featured in a total of four seasons and he was also included in the spinoff Cory in the House that was released in 2007. It seems like Disney loves him as two years after That’s So Raven, he was casted in Disney Channel Original Movie called Life Is Ruff. He then lent his voice to play the character of the fish Milo on the Fish Hooks aired on Disney Channel. Aside from that, the actor also took role in the educational series for children by PBS named The Electric Company.

Filmography:

Film roles:

Year Title Role Notes
2011 Beethoven’s Christmas Adventure Henry Direct to video film
2014 Senior Project Andy
2017 Ripped Young Reeves
2018 Bad Company Mack Direct to video film

TV roles:

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Selma, Lord, Selma Featured TV film; played as Kyle Orlando Massey
1999 Passing Glory Principal/Dancer TV film, played as Kyle Orlando Massey
2003-2007 That’s So Raven Cory Baxter Main role
2003 The Practice Derrick Hayes Episode: Capitol Crimes
2003 The Parkers Kevin Episode: Crazy Love
2005 Life Is Ruff Calvin Wheeler Disney Channel Original Movie
2006-2007 American Dragon: Jake Long Huntsboy #88 Recurring voice role
2007-2008 Cory in the House Cory Baxter Lead role
2009-2010 The Electric Company P.J. Watson Recurring role
2010-2014 Fish Hooks Milo Main voice role
2010 Dancing with the Stars Himself Contestant in Season 11)
2014 Comedy bang! Bang! Thief Episodes: Patton Oswalt Wears a Black Blazer; Dress Shoes
2014 Gotham Mackey Episodes: Selina Kyle; Lovecraft
2015 Being Mary Jade Cameron Episodes: Sleepless in Atlanta; No Eggspectations
2016-2018 Mighty Magiswords Mr. Spoony / various others Recurring voice roles
2017 Celebrity Family Feud Himself Contestant in the episode Jennie Garth vs. Kyle Massey
2018 The Mind of Jake Paul Himself Cameo
2019 Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Jeremy Voice role
    1. Music career

Kyle Massey took part in the Disney Channel Holiday soundtrack and the Shaggy Dog soundtrack. At the time, he performed Who Let The Dog Out and a Hip Hop Carol named Jingle Bells. He was the one behind the theme song of the Cory in the House. Not only that, he also sang the rap part of a song called It’s a Dog on the Life IS Ruff soundtrack. It does not stop here. He is also the singer of the theme song for Yin Yang Yo! He and his brother Christopher Massey have performed rap as the duo named The Massey Boyz. The actor also sang the music video for Underdog by Disney.

Discography:

    • 2005: It’s a Dog – Life Is Ruff
    • 2006: Yin Yang Yo! Theme Song – Yin Yang Yo!
    • 2007: Cory in the House Theme Song – Cory in the House
    • 2007: Underdog Raps – Underdog: Original Soundtrack
    • 2007: Jingle Bells (A Hip Hop Carol) – Disney Channel Holiday
    • 2016: Finess (ft. Skate) – Single
    1. Dancing with the Stars

Kyle Massey participated in the 11th season of Dancing with the Stars. The show premiered on September 20, 2010. He teamed up with the professional partner named Lacey Schwimmer. The team came second in the competition. He freestyled to the song entitled Tootsie Roll by the 69 Boys in the final. It was lit and he got a lot of praises, including from the judges. Two years after coming as the runner up of the competition, the duo made an appearance in the Dancing with the Stars live show that took place in the sin city called in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Week # Dance/Song Judge’s Score Result
Inaba Goodman Tonioli
1 Cha Cha Cha / My First Kiss 8 7 8 Last to be called Safe
2 Quickstep / (If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To 8 7 7 Safe
3 Waltz / Falling In Love At a Coffee Shop 8 7 8 Safe
4 Rumba / Nothin’ on You 6/8 6/7 6/7 Safe
5 Foxtrot / Charlie’s Angels Theme 8 5 7 Safe
6 Tango / IF I Had You

Rock n’ Roll Marathon / La Grange

8 Awarded 7 8 Points Safe
7 Cha Cha Cha Team Dance / Workin’ Day and Night

Paso Double / Free Your Mind

8

9

7

7

8

8

Last to be called Safe
8 Viennese Waltz / Breathe (2AM)

Jive / Good Golly Miss Molly

9

10

8

8

9

10

Safe
9 Semi-finals Samba / She’s Got Me Dancing

Argentine Tango / Jai Ho

10

10

9

9

10

10

Safe
10 Finals Foxtrot / Feeling Good

Freestyle / Tootsie Roll

Tango / If I Had You

Cha Cha Cha / Raise Your Glass

9

10

9

9

9

9

8

9

9

10

9

10

Runner up

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