Howie Mandel's Stunning Net Worth Revealed

Howie Mandel has been in the entertainment industry for decades. So, it's not surprising that he has an impressive net worth. After getting his start as a comedian in Los Angeles in the late 1970s and successfully transitioning into the world of television and film, Mandel continued his success on the both the American and Canadian versions of "Deal or No Deal," later hit it big by landing a judging gig on "America's Got Talent" in 2010, and has been raking in the big bucks ever since.

During the summer of 1979, after doing standup in L.A., Mandel booked a gig to open for David Letterman. Three years later, as reportedly be Celebrity Net Worth, he nabbed a role on television drama "St. Elsewhere" starting in 1982. 

In the years that followed, Mandel voiced the character of Gizmo in 1984's "Gremlins," and its sequel in 1990, and embarked on a comedy tour. Other projects include "Bobby's World," which aired for eight years in the 1990s, and "The Howie Mandel Show," which aired for just one season (via IMDb). But how much is he worth?

Howie Mandel's salary for America's Got Talent is steep

After being honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2008, Mandel became one of four judges on "America's Got Talent" and ultimately secured a massive episodic salary of $70,000, which has provided quite the life for himself and his wife, Terry, who he married in 1980 and welcomed three kids with, including daughters Jackie and Riley, and son Alex.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Mandel is worth an impressive $60 million, which includes tons of real estate.

In 2018, Mandel purchased a $2.6 million ranch-style home in the Hidden Hills area of Los Angeles. At the time, the property had four bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and around 2,200 square feet of living space. Two years later, after embarking on major renovations, Mandel sold the property to NFL player Jalen Ramsey for $9.5 million, as the Los Angeles Times confirmed.

Currently, Mandel owns a number of homes, including a nearly 13,000-square-foot home in Hidden Hills, a $1.53 million property in Calabasas, and three condos in Santa Monica, which he reportedly dropped a total of $4.8 million on.