Jaleel White Net Worth 2019, Career and Achievement
Jaleel White Net Worth – Even though it is debatable, you can claim that Jaleel White was one of the finest sitcom characters of the 1990s thanks to his portrayal of Steve Urkel in the American sitcom series, Family Matters.
Many years after the show which brought him to limelight ended, White still remains an actor but his star has not shone as bright as it did many years before now, to a point that there are some who believe he may even be dead. Is he really dead?
Jaleel White is an American actor and producer who has a net worth of $10 million. Jaleel White was born in Pasadena, California on November 27, 1976.
An actor and screenwriter, Jaleel White is most widely recognized from his role as Steve Urkel on the hit 90s sitcom, “Family Matters”. Before Family Matters, Jaleel appeared in a handful of commercials after being encouraged by a pre-school teacher to try out acting. He also landed a few small parts on various 1980s TV shows like “The Jeffersons” and “Mr Belvedere”. His huge hit, Family Matters, would eventually go on to air 215 episodes over nine seasons between 1989 and 1997.
On the show, Jaleel played a nerdy neighbor to the Winslow family. Steve Urkel became a cultural phenomenon and spawned the popular catch prase “Did I do that?”. In order to land the role, Jaleel borrowed a large pair of eye glasses that his father, who was a dentist, frequently wore while at work. Since “Family Matters” he has starred or guest-starred in such series as “Grown Ups”, “Psych”, and “The Game”.
He also wrote, produced and starred in his own web series, “Fake It Till You Make It”. He was a contestant on season 14 of Dancing with the Stars and was voted off the show in May 2012.
In 1985 he starred as Robert Richmond on the television series Charlie & Co. White starred in more than 200 episodes of Family Matters, also playing the role of Stefan Urquelle and various Urkel family members.
He voiced the role of Sonic on the TV series Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Sonic Underground. White hosted the TV series Total Blackout from 2012 to 2013. He won three NAACP Image Awards for starring in Family Matters and was nominated for three Young Artist Awards and a Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award.