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Which 'Whose Line Is It Anyway?' Is Worth The Most?

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By Jennifer Passmore

"Whose Line Is It Anway?" was originally developed in Britain and eventually made its way across the pond, keeping the same name as it's British component. It ran on ABC and ABC family from August 5, 1998 to December 15, 2007. The show featured three comedians, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady, and typically a guest comedian. Drew Carey hosted the show. It was an improvisational comedy show, where skits and jokes were often created from suggested topics, usually from the audience.

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Ryan Stiles


Ryan Stiles was born in Seattle, Washington to Canadian Parents. Once he finished high school, he began his foray into stand-up comedy, a move that undoubtedly served him well. He had a recurring role on "The Drew Carey Show." Stiles appeared on the "Whose Line?" British version. When it hopped back onto American televisions, he was back with his quirky sense of humor to make us all laugh. He also made guest appearances on other shows, and is part of the cast of the newest iteration of "Whose Line?" His net worth is approximately $8 million.

Colin Mochrie


Scottish-born Colin Mochrie rose to fame on the British version of "Whose Line?" He grew up in Canada. His comedy career began when he joined the Vancouver TheatreSports League. Subsequently, he then began touring with the Second City Improv Company. Mochrie has appeared in a multitude of other shows and commercials. He is also part of the cast of the latest "Whose Line?" reboot on the CW, as well as touring and doing standup. Approximately, he is worth $1 million.

Wayne Brady


Wayne Brady is without a doubt the only one from the "Whose Line?" cast to venture out further and further from comedy to pursue other things. He began acting in high school, and his first acting gig was a professional stage appearance of "Raisin In The Sun." When he first moved to Los Angeles, he landed guest roles on various television shows. Eventually, he was a guest on "Whose Line?" However, he was loved so much that he gained a permanent seat. He also still acts, has directed and produced his own show, and hosted various game shows. His approximate net worth is $10 million.

Brad Sherwood and Greg Proops


"Whose Line?" had a set of recurring guest stars appear on the show each week. Two of them were Greg Proops and Brad Sherwood. Sherwood was also picked up from the British "Whose Line?" He and Colin Mochrie, who often do live performances were invited to perform at 2007 Congressional Radio and Television Correspondents’ Association Dinner. Sherwood's net worth is approximately $1.5 million.

Greg Proops was well known for his improv work on the stage. He is a guest on the current show, and he also has a podcast, "Smartest Man In The World." his net worth is $ 4 million.

Drew Carey


Drew Carey began his comedy career in the mid-1980s. By the mid-nineties, his career took off, he ended up getting his own show, "The Drew Carey Show," and becoming the host of "Whose Line?" He was also a former United States Marine. Currently, he enjoys a nice salary of $12.5 million as the host of "The Price Is Right." His net worth, however, is approximately $165 million. However, Carey is currently mourning the loss of his ex-fiancee, Amie Harwick, who was murdered earlier this month.

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