Каtt Wіllіаmѕ Net Worth 2019, Early Life, Body, and Career
Каtt Wіllіаmѕ Net Worth – Каtt Wіllіаmѕ іѕ а ѕtаnduр соmеdіаn, а vоісе аrtіѕt аnd а mаn whо роѕѕеѕѕ ѕоmе ѕkіllѕ іn асtіng. Каtt hаѕ buіlt а nаmе fоr hіmѕеlf іn thе еntеrtаіnmеnt іnduѕtrу, еѕресіаllу оn Frіdау Аftеr Nехt 2002, tеlеvіѕіоn ѕеrіеѕ Wіld ‘n Оut аnd Му Wіfе аnd Кіdѕ.
Katt Williams was born on September 2, in the year 1971 in Cincinnati, Ohio. He was born with the birth name Micah Sierra Williams, the name ‘Katt’ came on later on in life for him as a nickname.
He grew up in a politically and socially charged family by virtue of his father’s ties to the Black Panther Party. He grew up loving to read books and later on had a chance to be offered a scholarship of which he personally intentionally decided to fail the test in order to get disqualified.
Height: 5 ft 5 in (165cm)
Weight: 145 lbs (66 kg)
Hair Color: Dark brown
Eye color: Brown
Williams mastered his skill performing in clubs from Oklahoma to Oakland. His success came gradually and by the end of the millennium, he was performing in clubs like The Improv, The Comedy Club, The Icehouse, The Hollywood Park Casino and even performed on BET’s Comic View.
In 2002 Williams had his acting breakthrough on NYPD Blue. Right after came the role on Wild’n’Out, side by side with Nick Cannon, that propelled Katt to fame.
Katt has starred in several comedy specials. First one came out in 2006. Katt Williams: Live: Let a Playa Play was a major success and was followed by an HBO stand-up special The Pimp Chronicles, Pt1, that included “This Shit Right Here Nigga, This Shit Right Here Nigga”, a comedy piece created by him.
The year of 2007 was very successful for Williams, as he starred in American Hustle, a critically acclaimed film that made Williams a household name in the mainstream world of comedy. Pimpin’ his second HBO comedy special was heavily impregnated with political subjects and it came out in 2008.
Williams took a break from stand-up comedy that lasted for four years right after Pimpin’ Pimpin’ until he returned with Kattpacalypse in 2012.
During his break from stand-up Williams recorded and released his first album, a studio/ live by the name of Pimpin’ Pimpin’. When being featured on songs by artists like Baby Bash, The Game and Suga Free, Katt uses the stage name Money Mike.
Following an incident in 2012 with Williams being jailed, he announced the end of his stand-up career. Three days later, he announced he was coming out retirement, and in 2013 he was back on the road, starring in “Growth Spurt”. In late 2013 he released a song that served as a diss to Trinidad James, an Atlanta based rapper.
In 2014 HBO released the Katt Williams: Priceless: Afterlife special, with Spike Lee being the director.
Katt announced his “Conspiracy Theory” tour back in 2015 but faced with personal problems and legal issues it is yet to be revealed when this tour will be held. It was announced as his best tour yet, and it should feature a comic spin on popular Conspiracy Theories.
After a very turbulent 2016, Katt Williams is on a mission to reinvent himself, by embarking on a brand new tour by the name of Katt Williams: Great America Tour, with stand-up shows all across America and Europe. The being very well received by the critics, and with tickets being sold out everywhere Katt Williams demonstrates his true power of regeneration and reinvention and the unbreakable bond between him and his audience.
As a result of his numerous stage and screen appearances, he was able to accumulate a net worth of $10 million.