Paul Mooney is a comedian, social critic, and actor best known for his roles on Chappelle’s Show. He also used to compose jokes for the great comedian Richard Pryor.
Paul Mooney Net worth, Salary
What is the Net worth of Paul Mooney?
He has a net worth of $500 thousand as a result of his standup performance and humorous writing.
Wikis of Paul Mooney
|Age:||81 years 1 months|
|Birth Date:||August 04, 1941|
|Full Name:||Paul Mooney|
|Birth Place:||Shreveport, Louisiana, US|
|Net Worth:||$500 thousand|
|Height / How tall :||6 feet 0 inches (1.83m)|
|Profession:||Standup Comedian, Actor, Writer, Social Critics|
|Father’s Name:||George Gladney|
|Mother’s Name:||LaVoya Ealy|
|Eye Color:||Dark Brown|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Sagittarius, Gemini, Aries|
Paul Mooney Age, Birthday, Parents, Ethnicity, and Education
What is Paul Mooney Age?
He was born on August 4, 1941, in Shreveport, Louisiana, to George Gladney and LaVoya Ealy. He was reared mostly by his grandmother, Almay Ealy, after moving to Oakland, California with his parents.
He is of African-American origin and of American nationality. Furthermore, no information about his school and university attendance is available.
Paul Mooney Height, Weight
What is Paul Mooney Height?
Paul Mooney stands at 6 feet tall. He is bald and has dark brown eyes. Furthermore, no precise information on his other bodily measures is available. relationship
Paul Mooney was married to Yvonne Mooney, with whom he had three children. However, they divorced and divorced each other. Symeon, his son, was murdered in 2001.
He was later considered to be the father of another child after divorcing Yvonne. Symeon, Shane, Dwayne, and Daryl are his children’s names.
Furthermore, there was a rumor that he had previously dated actress Lori Petty.
Rumors and Controversy
In September 2005, during the BET Comedy Awards, he humorously awarded Diana Ross and made fun of her 2002 DUI (Driving Under The Influence) arrest and the death of her ex-husband. This segment was later altered and did not air.
Later that year, on October 30, 2006, his performance at the Apollo Theatre was cut short due to allegations that he had attacked former President George W. Bush and his mother on The Howard Stern Show. Furthermore, five days after the Boston Marathon bombing, on April 20, 2013, he quipped in a show that “white people in Boston deserved what they got and (it was) OK to lose a few limbs… as long as no blacks got killed, everything was OK.”
Following these remarks, the show was immediately canceled.
Professional Life and Career
Paul Mooney worked as a ringmaster in Gatti-Charles Circus before becoming a comedian, where he honed his writing and delivery of comedy jokes.
And it was because of this that he landed his first professional job as a writer for Richard Pryor. Later, he wrote for series such as “Saturday Night Live,” “Sunset Strip,” “Bicentennial Nigger,” and “Is It Something I Said,” among others.
He also wrote for Redd Foxx’s Sanford and Son and Good Times, as well as acting in comedies such as Which Way Is Up?, Bustin’ Loose, Hollywood Shuffle, and The Buddy Holly Story.
Later he became a writer for FOX’s sketch comedy, In Living Color, and went on to play in Spike Lee’s film Bamboozled. Furthermore, ‘The Richard Pryor Show’ offered several stand-up comedians their first break, including Robin Williams, Marsha Warfield, Sandra Bernhard, John Witherspoon, and Tim Reid.
Paul Mooney Movies
Paul Mooney Instagram, Twitter
Paul uses Twitter and Instagram but not Facebook. He has over 26k Twitter followers and over 10k Instagram followers.