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Jeffrey Bryan Davis was born on 6 October 1973, in Los Angeles, California USA, and is an actor, comedian and singer, best known as a recurring performer in the improv comedy show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”.
So just how rich is Jeff Davis? Sources state that Davis has earned a net worth of over $400,000, as of early 2017, accumulated through his involvement in the entertainment industry which began in the late 1970s.
Jeff Davis Net Worth $400,000
Davis grew up with his older brother in Whittier, California, where he attended La Serna High School. His acting career began when he was four years old, being cast as Linus in “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” at the Hollywood’s Groundlings Theater. He then went on to appear in many commercials.
Davis made his Broaway debut when he was 11, landing the role of Louis in a production of “The King and I”, which was followed by a national tour. His television debut came in 1986, appearing as a college student prodigy in the television series “Highway to Heaven”. During the ’90s he started performing with various improv troupes, appearing in comedy shows such as “Quikwitz” and in the sitcom “The Drew Carey Show”. He also appeared in the acclaimed ABC television film “Tuesdays With Morrie”. His net worth was well established.
Davis later co-founded a singing improv group called The Impromptones, and performed with it all around the country. He also worked with the short video website Channel 101.com, and was a spokesperson for Coors Light beer. All added to his wealth.
In 2000 Davis landed a recurring role in the acclaimed ABC improvisational comedy show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”, a spin-off of the British show of the same name. He was becoming recognized through his great talent as a comedian, and has appeared in 30 episodes since. The show significantly improved his popularity and added to his net worth in a great way. It also paved his way to many other roles, such as in the sketch comedy series “The Downer Channel”, and series like “On the Spot”, “Computerman”, “Happy Family” and “Laser Fart”. He was one of the main actors in “Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show” in 2004.
Davis made his film debut in 2004, with the role of Eric in the thriller “Trespassing”. Two years later he played Marty in the independent film “The Boys & Girls Guide to Getting Down”, and then appeared as a lawyer in several episodes of the sitcom “The Sarah Silverman Program”, and portrayed Buckwater in the comedy/horror film “Killer Pad”. All contributed to his wealth.
He has also done some voice-over work; from 2010 to 2012 he voiced the lead role of Dr. Victor Frankenstein in the animated TV series “Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole”. In the meantime, he served as a rotating announcer on television’s longest running game show “The Price Is Right”. He also appeared in the stage show “An Evening Without Monty Python” and became a regular performer in “Drew Carey’s Improv-A-Ganza” program.
He landed several television gigs in the following years, making appearances in series like “Suits” and “Super F***ers”. He also served as host of the game show “The Line”, and of the live comedy podcast “Harmontown”. Davis’ involvement in all these diverse projects significantly added to his wealth.
His most recent roles have been on the small screen. Aside from appearing in the series “Fuller House”, “Bajillion Dollar Propertie$” and “Hidden America with Jonah Ray” in 2016, he had a recurring role in the adult animation/live improvisation television show “HarmonQuest”.
Davis regularly tours with Drew Carey and The Improv All Stars around the country. Aside from his stand-up and acting career, he is also known for his impressions, such as that of actors Christopher Walken, Keanu Reeves and Jeff Goldblum.
Speaking about his personal life, Davis is quite secretive and there are no details known to media regarding his relationship status, or any other aspects of his private life.