Niecy Nash's Stunning Net Worth Revealed

An actress, comedian, host, producer, and model, Niecy Nash is an award-winning star who has done it all . Some of her best-known work, per Popsugar, includes hosting Clean House from 2003 to 2010, playing  the unforgettably hilarious Deputy Raineesha Williams on Reno 911!, Denise Hemphill on Scream Queens, and in the more serious role of civil rights activist Richie Jean Jackson in Selma. Recently, Nash appeared in Uncorked and Never Have I Ever on Netflix and Mrs. America on Hulu, and she will also be taking over hosting duties for Season 5 of Masked Singer debuting March 10 (via Variety).

After the popular reality show's resident emcee, Nick Cannon, tested positive for COVID-19, Nash stepped in to help out while he recovers, and revealed to Entertainment Tonight, "I was honored to stand in the gap and just be a tiny placeholder for him, for his franchise, and his series."

With as much, and as hard as the 51-year-old works, it's no wonder Nash's bank account balance is well insulated.

Niecy Nash has wanted to be an actress since she was a little girl

Born in 1970, in Compton, California, Niecy Nash was just five years old when she saw actress Lola Falana on TV and decided that's who she wanted to be when she grew up (via IMDb). Nash got her big break in 1995, in Boys on the Side, but it wasn't until she landed the role of Raineesha Williams on Comedy Central's Reno 911 that she became a household name (via Cheat Sheet).

Praised for both her dramatic and comedic roles, Nash considers this career to be her true calling. "Acting is the call of my life," she is quoted saying on her IMDb page. "I felt like I didn't have any other choice. I wasn't committed to anything else."

So how much is Nash worth, after years of work in Hollywood? According to Celebrity Net Worth, $4 million. Confirming that with hard work comes rich rewards, a lesson she hopes to pass on to her children. "I teach my children that I have what I have 'cause I work. And when you work, you will have what you have," the actress candidly revealed in an interview with NPR. Adding, "Which is not saying I'm not going to help you, but I'm not going to give you the world. But I'm going to teach you how to get it for yourself."