Molly Shannon Net Worth

What is Molly Shannon’s Net Worth?

Molly Shannon Net Worth:
$8 Million

Molly Shannon Net Worth

Molly Shannon – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $8 Million
Date of birth: September 16, 1964 (59 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Comedian

Cast member on Saturday Night Live from 1995 to 2001 who was known for her wild and eccentric characters. She played Betty Lou Who in the 2000 movie How the Grinch Stole Christmas. In 2013, she was nominated for an Emmy for her guest appearance on the HBO series Enlightened.

She studied drama at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, where she graduated in 1987. She later appeared in the horror film remake of The Phantom of the Opera in 1989 before getting bit roles on In Living Color and Twin Peaks.

She starred in the film Superstar in 1999, which was based on her famous SNL character Mary Katherine Gallagher. She also voices the character Wanda in the Hotel Transylvania films.


Molly Shannon made her debut with the 1989 horror film “The Phantom of the Opera.” After that, she did play minor roles in two different shows, but her main breakthrough came in February of 1995 when she was hired as a featured player on the TV show “Saturday Night Live.”

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Personal Life

She has a daughter and a son with Fritz Chesnut, whom she married in 2004. Her father was a sales manager, and when she was four years old she was involved in a car accident which killed her mother, younger sister, and cousin.

She starred as Kath, with Selma Blair as Kim, on the show Kath & Kim.


“I’ve definitely read stuff that I’ve been offered where I’ve been like, ‘I can’t do this. I think somebody would be better in this than me.’ I don’t want to do something if I don’t feel like I can do a good job serving the material.”

— Molly Shannon

“I went to drama school at New York University.”

— Molly Shannon

“I like both movies and TV, so I don’t have some big grand plan.”

— Molly Shannon

“I think that, being a mother, you would do anything for your children. Their pain is your pain; if they’re in pain, you feel their pain.”

— Molly Shannon

“I’m no way one of those comedians who want to do drama. I really do love comedies. I hope to go back to it.”

— Molly Shannon