What is Russell Brand’s Net Worth?


Russell Brand’s net worth was approximately $20 million as of July 2022.

Russell Edward Brand is an actor, comedian, radio host and author from Grays. Brand was first recognized as Big Brother’s Big Mouth host.

His first film role is in the romantic comedy-drama film “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”. Brand has been a voice actor, comedian and voice actor since then.

Early Life

Russell Edward Brand was born on July 4, 1975, in Grays, England. Brand is the sole child of Ronald Henry Brand, and Barbara Elizabeth. He was six months old when his parents divorced. His mother raised him.

His mother was diagnosed with uterine cancer at 8 years of age. Then, he was diagnosed with breast cancer one year later. Brand left his home at 16 due to disagreements with his mother. He was then exposed to illegal drugs like LSD, ecstasy and cannabis.


Russell Brand is known for his sharp personality and creative bent of mind. Brand made his public debut in 2000 with a stand-up comedy act at the Hackney Empire New Act of the year. He also toured nightclubs throughout Ibiza and England in support of the MTV show, “Dancefloor Chart”.

Brand quit MTV in 2002 and started working with Matt Morgan as a host. He also appeared on Cruise of the Gods and ‘White Teeth’. He hosted the 2004 ‘Big Brother’s E-forum’.

Brand was offered many jobs in 2005. One of these was to appear on television and participate in the BBC’s sitcom, ‘Blesses. He also won a British comedy debate show called ‘Russell Brand’s Got Issues’, which made him a household name.

Brand gave a stunning performance in the romantic comedy film ‘Arthur’, which was a remake of the 1981 film. The film did well commercially and Brand was nominated for the Teen Choice Award and 32nd Golden Raspberry Awards.

Russell Brand has been a comedian and actor since then. He has appeared in films such as “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” (2008), “Get Him to the Greek” (2010), “Arthur” (2011), and “Rock of Ages” (2012).

Brand has worked alongside stars like Jonah Hill, Jason Segel and Mila Kunis, as well as Adam Sandler, Paul Rudd and Sean Combs.


These are the top highlights of Russell Brand’s career:

  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall (Movie, 2008)
  • Get Him to the Greek (Movie, 2010)
  • British Comedy Awards (Outstanding Contribution to Comedy, 2010) – Won
  • Hop (Movie, 2011)
  • Arthur (Movie, 2011)
  • Rock of Ages (Movie, 2012)
  • Paradise (Movie, 2013)
  • Trolls (Movie, 2016)
  • Army of One (Movie, 2016)

Favorite Quotes From Russell Brand

Because the self-image is artificial, it can be difficult to believe in oneself. In reality, you are part of the magnificent oneness of all things. All that is beautiful and wonderful in the universe is within you. It’s artificial to believe that anyone can feel self-confident because they aren’t.

People don’t really care about what you do or say, so you can travel the world anonymously. You shouldn’t feel judged or scrutinized. You don’t have to be worried about what people think.