What is Susie Essman Net Worth?
Susie Essman is an American actress, stand-up comedian, writer and television producer best known for her roles on Curb Your Enthusiasm (HBO) and Broad City (CBS), Bobbi Wexler on Broad City as well as Mittens in Bolt (animated TV show). Additionally she has performed stand-up comedy for over 20 years while appearing in several movies and television shows.
Essman was born May 31, 1955 in New York City under the zodiac sign Gemini and attended SUNY Purchase College where she earned a bachelor’s degree. Following this she launched a successful stand-up comedy career appearing at various clubs around New York City; known for her unconventional humor and uninhibited comedy style she earned two Screen Actors Guild nominations for Curb Your Enthusiasm work.
In the 1990s, she appeared in several movies such as Crocodile Dundee II, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze, Punchline, Putzel and Volcano. Additionally she made guest appearances in several television series including True Colors, Ned & Stacey, Law & Order: The King of Queens Crank Yankers Baby Boom The Larry Sanders Show Broad City as well.
Susie Essman and Jim Harder currently reside in Manhattan, New York without any children of their own.
Lately, she has been shifting more toward acting than comedy. In 2017, she appeared as both a rabbi and priest in Band Aid – written and directed by Zoe Lister-Jones – which follows a couple who found a band to save their relationship from dissolution. It earned three nominations including one Golden Globe nomination as well as other awards.
She currently has multiple projects underway, such as Netflix movie Daddy’s Girl and NBC show The Proposal. Additionally, she’s co-writing a pilot with director/writer Jason Jones.
No doubt her long run on Curb Your Enthusiasm contributed to an $8 Million net worth – not including other TV appearances like American Dad!, Broad City or Those Who Can’t.
Susie is a passionate supporter of animals, often posting pictures of her doggies on social media. She enjoys travelling and has visited several countries around the world; Japan remains her dream destination. Additionally, Susie is active as a philanthropist, being involved with organizations like National Organization for Women and Anti-Defamation League as well as volunteering her time for several charities such as Women’s Crisis Counseling Center and Planned Parenthood as well as championing LGBT rights and speaking out against racism.