Do you want to know what is Kyle Mooney net worth? Let us help you. Kyle is classified among the richest American comedian and his net worth is estimated to be 3 million dollars. Apart from being a comedian, he is a prominent writer and actor.
He made a tremendous performance in his role in the film ‘Saturday Night Love’ which he became a part of in 2013 and left in 2022, such a long time right? Let’s see other things about Kyle that might interest you to know.
Mooney’s Early Days and Personal Life
Mooney was born on the 4th of September 1984 in San Diego, California to Linda Mooney (a reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune) and Brian Mooney ( environmental planner and consultant). He grew up with his two siblings Ryan and Sean Mooney.
He had his middle education in California where he got voted to be a TV star due to his great love for entertainment. Later in high school, he was tagged the ‘class clown’ and, he also won Best Actor in Shakespeare’s ‘The Tempest’ at Scripps Ranch High School where he graduated from in 2003.
For his tertiary education, Mooney studied Film i the University of Southern California. He joined the Commendus Interruptus College group and did several performances with them which included improv and sketch comedy. He graduated from the university in 2007.
Mooney got married to Kate Lyn Shell in 2021 at the Herrick Interfaith Center. Being a discrete person, Mooney intentionally keeps his family life private and barely shares information regarding his home or family life on social media or in public.
He made an appearance on the TV series ‘Pretend Time’ between 2010 to 2011, ‘Sports Show in 2011 with Norm Macdonald, starred as Rory in the Hello Ladies TV series in 2013, and featured on Saturday Night Live for the first time in 2013.
Later on, he wrote the ‘Nathan For You’ TV series documentary that same year (2013), made an appearance in Zoolander 2 in 2016, ‘made an appearance in his co-written movie Brigsby Bear’ movie in 2017.
Detailed Summary of Some of Kyle Mooney’s Movie Appearances
Kill me now as Jake in 2012
The Party is Over as Natan in 2012
iSteve as Father un 2013
Playing it Cool as Other Dude in 2014
Hello, My Name is Doris as Robert in 2015
Me Him Her as Moot Morezit in 2015
It Had to be You as Gary the Midwife in 2015
Zoolander 2 as Don Atari in 2016
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising as R.A IN 2016
Brigsby Bear as James Pope in 2017
Never Goin’ Back as Brandon in 2018
The Unicorn as Gabe in 2018
Batsman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as Michelangelo (voice) in 2019
Spree as Miles Maderville in 2021
Naked Singularity as Golem in 2021
The Hard Feelings as Jody in 2023
Remember When as Kyle in 2020
Pretend Time as Various in 2010 to 2011
The Street Fighter as Rick in 2011
Jimmy Kimmie Live as Himself in 2011
Parks and Recreation as Keith in 2011
Best Friends Forever as Doug in 2012
Money From Stranger as Himself in 2012
Wilfred as Alan in 2013
Saturday Night Live as Himself 2013-2022
Comedy Bang Bang as Intern Monty in 2014
Drunk History as Himself in 2014
Me Myself & I as Attendant in 2017
Star vs the Forces of Evil as Various Voices in 2017
Arrested Development as Murphy Brown Funke in 2018
The Shivering Truth as voice in 2020
Bob’s Burgers as Nick / Kyle voice in 2020
Rick and Morty as Blazen in 2021
Killing It as Bugs in 2022
The Great North as Cody in 2023
Digman as Sludgely in 2023
Bad Reputation and Randall in 2009
Vicariously as Tyler in 2010
The O.D. as Plain Jane in 2010
How I Know as Toro Y Moi in 2011
The Yule Tide Good Samaritan as Barry Cameo in 2011
Grammar Class as Henry in 2011
College of Humor Originals as Student in 2011
Take a Knee as Walter Terry in 2011
Cracked Advice Board as Little Boy in 2012
The Dinner Party as Steven Evans in 2012
Epic Rap Battles of History as Dr. Watson in 2012
Youth Large as Danus Apicary in 2013
The Caper Kind as Lookey Lou in 2013
Mike & Doug’s Fantasy Corner as Mike in 2013
Poun House as Kyle in 2013