This Is How Much Brad Garrett Is Really Worth

Brad Garrett has enjoyed a pretty successful career to date. Fans know him first and foremost as Robert Barone, brother of the titular character in "Everybody Loves Raymond," but that's by no means his only role

The star's critically-acclaimed turn as the late actor and comedian Jackie Gleason in the 2002 film "Gleason" also lives long in the memory, as will his roles in "'Til Death," "Single Parents," and a range of other shows and movies across a career that's stretched over more than three decades. If it's been on television, there's a good chance that Garrett will have popped up once or twice.

With such a successful TV career, you'd expect Garrett to be living a rather comfortable existence. After all, his success in "Everybody Loves Raymond" is something many actors can only dream of. But just how rich is he really? This is how much the famous actor is really worth.

Brad co-developed Disney+'s "Big Shot"

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Brad Garrett is worth a rather handsome $50 million. 

To be honest, it's perhaps unsurprising when considering his success. "Everybody Loves Raymond" alone ran for nine seasons from 1996 to 2005, and Garrett has been keeping himself busy since then. He had a main role on Fox's "'Til Death," which aired from 2006 to 2010, and then ABC's "Single Parents" from 2018 to 2020.

He also played a big role in getting the new Disney+ series "Big Shot" off the ground. Garrett came up with the idea for the show that premiered in April 2021, pitching it to writer David E. Kelley and developing it with Dean Lorey. The dramedy, featuring John Stamos and Yvette Nicole Brown, has received positive reviews, and is just the latest in a long line of career "wins" for Garrett – if he continues like this, he could well be increasing his fortune even further.