Aidy Bryant Net Worth

How Rich is Aidy Bryant?

Aidy Bryant Net Worth:
$5 Million

Aidy Bryant Net Worth

Aidy Bryant – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $5 Million
Date of birth: May 7, 1987 (37 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor, Comedian, Film Actor, Writer

Aidy was born May 7, 1987 in Phoenix, Arizona. She’s a popular actress that became especially famous as a cats member on TV show Saturday Night Live. Bryant studied at Catholic private high school, Xavier College Preparatory. She has als a Bachelor’s degree from Columbia College. Aidy is dating comedian Conner O’Malley.


After Bryant finished her studies from Columbia College, she was on tour with the musical improve group Baby Wants Candy and is approached by Second City. She has performed with iO Chicago, The Second City, and the Annoyance Theatre. She was a writer and ensemble member for both “Sky’s the Limit, Weather Permitting” and “We’re All In This Room Together” on the Second City e.t.c. Stage.

Aidy Bryant Wealth
The actor is looking content, and why shouldn’t she with such a decent net worth?

Personal Life

All through her teenage, Bryant had confidence issues due to her weight. Acting and performing comedy permitted her to turn out to be progressively confident as an individual and as an entertainer. On April 28, 2018, Bryant wedded comedian Conner O’Malley, who was a previous writer on Late Night with Seth Meyers. They met in 2008 as performers at the Annoyance Theatre in Chicago and got engaged in 2016.


“It’s really fun to play someone with no filter but who is also really good at what she does.”

— Aidy Bryant

“I am young, and I am cool, and I want to wear cool clothes!”

— Aidy Bryant

“When I was hired to ‘SNL,’ I was 25 years old.”

— Aidy Bryant

“I did theater summer camps when I was a kid, and I enjoyed them, but they never felt quite right. But then there would always be a tiny improv workshop towards the end of camp, and I would always feel like I liked it so much better.”

— Aidy Bryant

“I think it’s a different experience for plus-size women in film and television to get clothes for events. It’s just not as welcoming for us to get cool clothes that are, like, equal in glamour, in style, to what, I am going to say, ‘small size’ co-stars get to wear.”

— Aidy Bryant



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