Garrett Morris Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Garrett Morris Net Worth $500,000 Dollars
Garrett Morris Net Worth: Garrett Morris is an American comic and performer that has a net worth of $500,000 dollars. Garrett Morris was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in February 1937. He was a church choir vocalist and trained in the Juilliard School of Music. He sang with the Harry Belafonte vocalists and performed in Broadway musicals. Morris made his television debut in the show General Hospital in 1963. His film debut came in the 1970 picture Where’s Poppa?. In 1971 he starred in the movie The Anderson Tapes. Morris is best known for being among the first cast members of Saturday Night Live from 1975 to 1980. Morris starred as Wiz in the show Roc from 1991 to 1992. From 1992 to 1995 he starred as Stan Winters to the TV series Martin. In 1995 Garrett starred as Sidney Carlson in the show Cleghorne!. Since 2001 Morris has starred as Earl on the CBS show 2 Broke Girls. He’s also starred in the films Coneheads and How High. He’s been nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award and an Independent Spirit Award.
February 1, 1937
New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Actor, Comedian, Teacher, Singer
United States of America
Freda Morris (m. 1996)
Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy-Variety Or Music Program
The Jamie Foxx Show, Martin, Cleghorne!, Roc, Hunter, It's Your Move, Roll Out, 2 Broke Girls
Trained in voice at Juilliard, he appeared on stage in many musicals in his pre-SNL days, including "Porgy and Bess," "Hallelujah, Baby," "Show Boat," and others.
First professional work was as a soloist and arranger with the Harry Belafonte singers.
One of the original, albeit least heralded, Not Ready for Prime Time Players of Saturday Night Live (1975), he is best recalled for his characterizations, especially retired Latino baseball player Chico ("baseball been berry berry good to me!" Escuela, and his impressions of 'Sammy Davis Jr'' and Richard Pryor.
Wrote plays on the side: "The Secret Place " and "Daddy Picou."
Raised by his grandfather, a Baptist minister, and began singing in the church choir.