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Drew Carey Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Show, Cast & Wiki

Drew Carey Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Show, Cast & Wiki

Drew Carey is a famous American Television comedian, actor and sports show host. He initially made a name for himself in stand-up comedy while serving in the US Marine Corps and later started his own sitcom, ‘The Drew Carey Show’. He also hosted the American version of the show, ’Whose Line is it Anyway’, which was aired on ABC. He has since appeared in many television series, movies, music videos, and even a computer game. He is known for his love for sports and has worked as a photographer with the US National Soccer Team. He has hosted the game show, ‘The Price is Right’ since 2007 on CBS. He is also a minority owner of the soccer team, ‘Seattle Sounders FC’.

He is outspoken and has expressed his political philosophy by saying, “I believe the answers to all the problems we face as a society won’t come from Washington, it will come from us. So the way we decide to live and our decisions about what we buy or don’t are much more important than who we vote for”. He openly expressed dissatisfaction with the Bush administration and their approach to the Iraq War. He supported the Libertarian Party and in 2016 was made an Honorary Chair for the campaign in California.

Drew Carey Biography

Comedian Drew Carey came to national attention with his hit sitcom ‘The Drew Carey Show’ before becoming the host of ‘The Price Is Right. Drew Carey (born May 23, 1958) battled depression as a young adult. In the Marine Corps Reserves, he found much-needed structure as well as his signature stylebuzz-cut hair and heavy glasses. After the Corps, Carey became a comedian, and his stand-up act led to a primetime sitcom, The Drew Carey Show. He’s also been a popular host of the improv comedy show Whose Line Is It Anyway? and the game shows The Price Is Right.

Bio/Wiki

Name: Drew Carey
Real Name: Drew Allison Carey
Profession: Television Presenter, Comedian, Film Actor, Philanthropist, Libertarian, Singer, Photographer

Family, Education & More

Carey was born on May 23, 1958. He is the youngest of Lewis and Beulah Carey’s three sons (Neil, born 1946 and Roger, born 1952) and raised in the Old Brooklyn neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio. When Drew was eight years old, his father died from a heart attack. Drew played the cornet and trumpet in the marching band of James Ford Rhodes High School, from which he graduated in 1975.

American Television Show Host Drew Carey

American Television Show Host Drew Carey

He continued on to college at Kent State University (KSU) and was a part of the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. He was expelled twice for poor academic performance. He left KSU after three years. Upon leaving the university, Carey enlisted into the United States Marine Corps Reserve in 1980 and served for six years as a field radio operator in the 25th Marine Regiment in Ohio. He moved to Las Vegas for a few months in 1983, and for a short time worked as a bank teller and a waiter at Denny’s.

Neal Carey  Brother

Nicole Jaracz  Ex-fiancée

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Lewis Carey  Father

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Drew Carey Height, Weight & More

Body Type Zero Size

Body Measurements 32-26-32

Drew Carey’s Height in centimeters- 178 cm

in meters- 1.78 m

in Feet Inches- 5′ 10″

Weight in Kilograms- 75 kg

in Pounds- 165.35 lbs

Drew Carey With His Financee

Drew Carey With His Financee

Drew Carey Age, Personal Life & More

Drew Carey Age (Current) 61 years 6 months 18 days old

Date Of Birth (DOB) Friday, May 23, 1958 (M/D/Y)

Birthplace Cleveland, Cuyahoga, Ohio

Zodiac Sign Gemini

Star Sign (Nakshatra)

Nationality United States

Origin United States

Face Shape Oval

Eye Colour Brown Eyes

Nose Type Perfect

Hair Colour Medium Brown

Hair Length Medium Length

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Drew Carey Net Worth

Drew Carey Net Worth and Salary: Drew Carey is an American actor, comedian and television host who has a net worth of $165 million. He is most widely recognized for his role on “The Drew Carey Show”, and as the host of “The Price is Right”. During his time on The Drew Carey Show, he was one of the highest-paid entertainers in the world, earning the inflation-adjusted equivalent of $1 million per episode.

Salary: Drew earns $12.5 million per year hosting “Price”. That’s enough to make him one of 20 highest-paid TV hosts in the world. At his peak, Drew Carey was one of the highest-paid entertainers in the world. In 1998 alone he earned $45 million from his various endeavors. That’s the same as around $70 million today after adjusting for inflation. Between 2001 and 2004 he earned $750,000 per episode of “The Drew Carey Show.” That’s the same as earning around $1 million per episode today. He filmed 79 episodes at that rate, which works out to $59,250,000 (before inflation) for those last three seasons. He earns $12.5 million per year hosting “The Price is Right.” That’s enough to make him one of 20 highest-paid TV hosts in the world.

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Who is Drew Carey in Relation with? Amie Harwick

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Drew Carey Career – Movies, Shows

In 1980, while visiting his brother Neal in San Diego, Carey signed himself up for the Marine Corps Reserve, believing the armed forces would provide the structure he had been craving. During his six-year tenure, Carey developed physically and mentally; gained self-assurance and direction; and paid his own way by working as a waiter and taking on odd jobs. He was so defined by this period of his life that it helped to develop his signature look—a military buzz cut and thick, black, standard-issue glasses—as well as his Libertarian leanings.

Drew Carey Was In US Marines For 6 Years

Drew Carey Was In US Marines For 6 Years

In 1986, childhood friend, actor, and radio personality David Lawrence contacted Carey. At the time, Lawrence was a morning radio DJ, and he asked Carey to help him write comedy bits for the show. Carey’s contributions to the show buoyed his confidence even further, and with Lawrence’s encouragement, Carey began to make the rounds on the local comedy circuit. By April, he’d won a competition at the Cleveland Comedy Club and began working as their regular emcee. In the following year, he made two notable appearances on the TV talent show, Star Search. Over the next few years, he continued to perform as much as possible, often shuttling between Ohio and Los Angeles. His persistence paid off, and in 1991 he bolstered his career with a celebrity-making appearance on The Tonight Show. The audience loved Carey, and his performance earned the respect of host Johnny Carson.

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1992 The Torkelsons Herby Scroggins Episode: “Say, Uncle”
1993 Drew Carey: Human Cartoon Himself Movie; also a writer & executive producer
1994 The Good Life Drew Clark 13 episodes
1994 The Adventures of Pete & Pete Veteran Episode: “Grounded for Life” (uncredited)
1995 Freaky Friday Stan Horner Made-for-TV movie
1995–2004 The Drew Carey Show Drew Carey 233 episodes; also co-creator and executive producer; writer of 4 episodes
1996 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Herbie Saxe Episode “Ghosts”
1997 Home Improvement Road Kill specialist (Seymour ‘Sy’ Winterfleffin) Episode: “Totally Tool Time”
1997 The Weird Al Show Himself Episode: “The Competition”
1997 Sabrina the Teenage Witch Himself Episode: “To Tell a Mortal”
1998 The Larry Sanders Show Himself Episode: “Beverley’s Secret”
1998–2007 Whose Line Is It Anyway? Himself/Host 219 episodes; also the executive producer
1999 King of the Hill Hal Episode: “Not in My Back-hoe”
2000 Baby Blues Himself Episode: “Bizzy Moves In”
2000 Geppetto Mister Geppetto Movie
2001 WWE Royal Rumble 2001 Himself 5th Entrant
2004–2005 Drew Carey’s Green Screen Show Host/Performer Also executive producer
2004–2015 The Late Late Show Host 14 episodes (also a frequent guest)
2006 Drew Carey’s Sporting Adventures Himself
2007–2008 Power of 10 Host 15 episodes
2007–present The Price Is Right Host
2008–2016 The Simpsons Himself 2 episodes
2010 Community Ted Episode: “Accounting for Lawyers”
2011 Drew Carey’s Improv-A-Ganza Host/Performer 40 episodes; also the executive producer
2011 Family Guy Himself Host of The Price Is Right
2012 WordGirl Himself Host of The Price Is Right
2012 Talking Dead Himself/Guest Season 3 Preview Special
2014 Dancing with the Stars Himself/Contestant Finished 8th in season 18
2016 Scorpion Himself Episode: The Fast and the Nerdiest
2017 Bill Nye Saves the World Himself Extinction: Why All Our Friends Are Dying
2018 NCIS Marine Sergeant John Ross Episode: “Handle with Care”
2019 American Housewife Mr. Green Episode: “Bigger Kids, Bigger Problems”

Television Actor Drew Carey

Television Actor Drew Carey

Movies

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Coneheads Taxi passenger
1999 The Big Tease Himself Cameo appearance
2000 Geppetto Geppetto
2005 Robots Crank Voice role
2005 The Aristocrats Himself
2011 Jack and Jill Himself Cameo appearance

American Television Show-The Drew Carey Show

American Television Show-The Drew Carey Show

Drew Carey Awards & Nominations

2000, People’s Choice Awards  Favorite Male TV Performer: Winner
1996, People’s Choice Awards  Favorite Male Performer in a New TV Series: Winner
2001, People’s Choice Awards  Favorite Male TV Performer: Winner

The Drew Carey Show and The Price Is Right 

After multiple cable specials and a few small film and television roles, ABC gave Carey his shot at an eponymous sitcom. He was cast as the average, amiable, assistant director of personnel at a department store in Cleveland, Ohio. Filled with everyman humor, a likable ensemble cast, and several forays into musical theater, The Drew Carey Show debuted in 1995. By its second season, it was a rating favorite.

In 1997, Carey published his autobiography, Dirty Jokes and Beer: Stories of the Unrefined. The book gave the public a glimpse of Carey’s hard-partying, adult-entertainment-enjoying side. Carey’s already-adoring public embraced the flaws. The book became a New York Times best-seller list mainstay and helped establish Carey’s bad-boy persona.

The following year, Carey began hosting the American version of the wildly popular British improv show, Whose Line Is It Anyway? which featured comedic luminaries like Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, and Wayne Brady. Carey took members of this talented collective on the road in 2001, billing the group as “The Improv All-Stars.” In addition to these cabaret performances, his hosting duties, and multiple big-screen appearances, Carey was chosen as the host for the 2002 White House Correspondents Dinner, a prestigious and much-envied post.

When The Drew Carey Show wrapped in 2004, and Carey’s tenure with Whose Line Is It Anyway? ended in 2006, the comedian took time to develop a passion for sports photography specifically, soccer. He didn’t stray far from the small screen, however. In 2007, he was tapped to helm the CBS game show, The Power of 10, and handpicked to replace Bob Barker as the host of the long-running The Price Is Right. That same year, he proposed to his girlfriend, culinary-school graduate Nicole Jaracz. They called off their engagement in 2012.

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Drew Carey Show Cast

  • Drew Carey
  • Diedrich Bader
  • Kathy Kinney
  • Ryan Stiles
  • Christa Miller
  • Craig Ferguson
  • John Carroll Lynch
  • Cynthia Watros
  • Ian Gomez
  • Jane Morris
  • Nan Martin
  • Kelly Perine
  • Robert Torti
  • Kate Walsh
  • Jenica Bergere
  • Katy Selverstone
  • Bill Cobbs
  • Jonathan Mangum
  • Kyle Howard
  • Kaitlin Olson
  • Speedy
  • Tim O’Rourke

Regular guest stars

  • Beulah Carey (Marion Ross) – Drew’s mother
  • George Carey (Stanley Anderson) – Drew’s father
  • Kim Harvey (Adrienne Barbeau) – Oswald’s mother
  • Mother Bobeck (Tammy Faye Bakker) – Mimi’s mother
  • Gigi Bobeck (Lynn Wanlass) – Mimi’s sister
  • King Augustus Antonio Carey (Dakota and Ryan Williams) – Drew’s nephew, Steve and Mimi’s son
  • Misty Kiniski (June Lockhart) – Lewis’s mother

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Some Known Facts About Drew Carey

  • Moved to Las Vegas, via Greyhound bus, when he was 19 with just a backpack stuffed with personal belongings.
  • Worked there as a bank teller, and as a waiter at Denny’s and the Hilton Hotel.
  • Joined the American U.S. Marine Corps Reserve in 1980 and stayed in the service for six years.
  • Made an appearance on Star Search in 1987.
  • He received an honorary doctorate from American Cleveland State University in 2000.
  • Had surgery to correct his poor vision, but kept wearing his trademark glasses because he found audiences didn’t recognize him.
  • Took over hosting duties on The Price Is Right in 2007.
  • Works as a press photographer for the U.S. National soccer team.

How Much Is Drew Carey Worth?

Drew Carey Is Estimated To Have A Net Worth Of $165 Million. His show, “Whose Line Is It Anyway” Made Him Very Rich. He Was Named As The 24Th Highest-Paid Entertainer By Forbes In 1998. He Got $45.5 Million That Year As Well As $750,000 Per Episode For ”the Drew Carey Show.”

How Much Is Drew Carey Paid?

Drew Carey Of “The Drew Carey Show” Was The 26Th-highest-paid American Tv Star On A Network Primetime Show ($750,000 Per Episode). The Top 10 Highest Paid American Television Stars Are: Charlie Sheen, Ray Romano, Kelsey Grammer, Tim Allen, Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-waldau, Lena Headey, Emilia Clarke, Kit Harington, James Gandolfini.

Does Drew Carey Have A Wife?

Nicole And Connor Have Appeared Alongside Carey On The Price Is Right Several Times. Although He Proposed To Jaracz In 2007, The Pair Did Not Wed, As The Engagement Was Called Off In January 2012. Carey Announced His Engagement To Therapist Amie Harwick In January 2018, But They Later Split.

How Much Does Drew Carey Make On The Price Be Right?

Drew Carey: Funnyman Drew Carey, The Current Host Of “The Price Is Right” May Have Punchlines Coming Out The Wazoo, But He’s Not Very Forthcoming About His Annual Salary. The Generally Accepted Figure Is About $9 Million.

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