Carrie Ann Inaba, well-known celebries judge of ABCs Dancing with the Stars, is a native of Honolulu, Hawaii. Produced in 1968, Inaba is of Japanese, Irish, and Chinese tradition, and had traveled and worked across the world before starting her American career. While she’s no partners or kids to date, her personal relationships have garnered a significant amount of media interest. While the relationship finally failed to survive, she became the de facto case of the intimate success you can locate on-line.
Carrie Ann Inaba Net Worth $8 Million Dollars
As a fluent Japanese speaker, Inaba held a short little bit of limelight as a vocalist and popular persona. Releasing three singles and hosting both television and radio shows, she immediately discovered a taste for stardom. She’s gone on to found an effective video production business, Enter MediArts, and has worked as a choreographer for television shows like American Idol, The Swan, as well as the Miss America Pageant. Finally, Inabas career hinges on her place as a Dancing with the Stars judge. Lately, the network behind the show selected to reveal the wages paid to its contestants and guest stars, which starts at a whopping $10,000 per week, and increases from there. While they are close mouthed about how much they pay their judges, if among their dancers can rake in over $350,000 at the conclusion of a season, it’s no surprise that Inaba boasts a net worth of over $8 million.
January 5, 1968
Honolulu, Hawaii, USA
5' 6" (1.68 m)
Actress, dancer, choreographer, television personality, game show host
Punahou School, University of California
Patty Inaba, Rodney Y. Inaba
Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Personality: Female
“Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me” (1999), “Austin Powers in Goldmember” (2002), “Showgirls (1995), and “Monster Mash: The Movie”, “Jack & Jill”, “The View”, “Dance War: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann”, “Hannah Montana”
“Girlie Show World Tour” (2003), “Dancing With the Stars” (2005), “In Living Color”, “American Juniors”, “American Idol”, “Married by America”