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Joshua Aaron Server was born on 11th April, 1979 in Highland Park, Illinois USA. He is an actor and comedian which is the main source of Josh Server net worth. He is known for starring in the comedy sketch variety show “All That”(1994– 2005). In fact, Server was the only cast member who starred in all six original seasons. Josh has been active in the entertainment industry since 1994.
How much is the net worth of Josh Server? It has been estimated that currently his wealth stands at $250,000, accumulated during a career spanning over 20 years.
Josh Server Net Worth $250,000
To begin with, being 15 years old Josh auditioned for a rle in “All That”. He came through all six auditions and was invited to become a regular cast member alongside Kenan Thompson, Alisa Reyes, Kel Mitchell, Katrina Johnson, Lori Beth Denberg, Angelique Bates and others. Server created a number of roles in the comedy sketch show including Bernie Kibbitz, Jimmy Bond Agent 1/7, Earboy, Detective Dan and others. The show not only helped to increase the outright size of Josh Server’s net worth, but also made him famous. In 1997, Server was nominated for the Kid’s Choice Award. Later, he won two Kid’s Choice Awards (in 1999 and 2000). In 1997, Josh alongside with other cast members of “All That” appeared in the comedy film “Good Burger” directed by Brian Robbins. The film was rather profitable as the box office grossed $23 million worldwide. Regarding “All That” the series were praised by critics and were loved by audiences which was proved with consistently high viewer ratings. After the series was cancelled, a number of spin-offs showed up including “Kenan and Kel”, “The Amanda Show”, “The Nick Cannon Show”, “Zoey 101” and others.
In addition to appearances in “All That”, Server has created other characters which have also made a positive impact on his wealth. In 1997, he landed a guest star role in the episode of television series “The Secret World of Alex Mack”. He was a panellist on the children’s game show “Figure It Out” (1997 – 1998) aired on Nickelodeon. As himself, Josh was invited to appear in an episode of “The Amanda Show” (1999), and on “Late Night With Conan O’Brien” (2000). Later, he hosted the third season of the animation showcase “Oh Yeah! Cartoons” (2000 – 2001). In 2002, Josh Server appeared as a guest star in the sitcoms “100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd” (2002) created by Steven H. Berman, Mitchel Katlin and Nat Bernstein, and “For Your Love” (2002) created by Yvette Lee Bowser.
In 2005, the cast of “All That” reunited to create the special of the 10th anniversary. Later, Josh Server landed the roles in the episodes of the following television series: the sitcom created by Dan Schneider “Drake & Josh” (2006), the live action sitcom created by Scott Fellows “Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide” (2007), the sitcom created by Michael B. Kaplan and Ron Rappaport “I’m in the Band” (2010) and the teen sitcom created by Dan Schneider “Sam & Cat” (2014).
Finally, the actor prefers to keep his personal life private, so very few facts are known. Josh Server claims to be single.