Detail on Income And Earnings of "International Student" Lead Ronny Chieng.
Ronny Chieng, born Ronny Xin Yi Chieng, is a Malaysian-Chinese stand-up comedian and actor. He is known worldwide for his performances in several movies and shows like Asian Comedian Destroys America!, Crazy Rich Asians, The Daily Show, and numerous others.
Chieng, 35, was born on November 21, 1985, in Johor Bahru, Malaysia, to a Chinese family. He was raised in both Singapore and Manchester, New Hampshire, in the United States.
Talking about relationship status, Ronny is a married man. He tied the knot with his long-term girlfriend, Hannah Pham, on September 9, 2016. Besides his love life, the stand-up comedian fans eagerly wait to know what might be his actual net worth. So, here we are.
Maybe you are curious to know what is Ronny Chieng's net worth might be. So, is he a millionaire? Well, of course, being a famous entertainer, he has added quite a considerable amount to his fortune, and the number crosses a million.
Talking about the number, Ronny's net worth is estimated to be approximately $3 million as of 2021. The 35-year-old actor managed to accumulate million worth of fortune from his flourished career in the entertainment biz.
Ronny Chieng, 35, is a millionaire.
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According to Salary Expert, a stand-up comedian on average makes $58,300 yearly. Indeed, they can do that after giving several performances over a year. And Ronny is a fantastic stand-up comic, plus he has been doing this for quite a while now, so no wonder he got a pocket full of greens.
Making fans everywhere, he sold out solo shows in Singapore and Malaysia and toured Asia and very far in India as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow. Without a doubt, this boosted his massive net worth.
Ronny's stand-up has been televised on NBC's 'Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.' Similarly, he works as a correspondent on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. He frequently shows up alongside fellow artists Desi Lydic, Dulcé Sloan, Jaboukie Young-White, and Roy Wood Jr.
The Godzilla vs. Kong actor started working on The Daily Show back in 2015, and as per IMDb, he was active till 2019. However, going through the latest episodes of that show, it seems he is back again.
As noted by Variety, Ronny Chieng agreed to three new projects with Netflix. Yes, you read that right; The Daily Show senior correspondent will appear in three upcoming Netflix projects, of which two will be new stand-up specials, and the last one will be a docu-style comedy special.
Besides making his appearance on-screen, Ronny will stay active off-screen as a writer and executive producer, this will for sure increase his net worth in the coming future.
It is not the first time Ronny working with the streaming giant. He released his first Netflix Special, 'Ronny Chieng: Asian Comedian Destroys America!' back in December 2019, which was a great success, and that lead to his new three Netflix projects.
Talking about Ronny Chieng's ride, he hasn't shared any details on this topic; however, he recently appeared on-screen driving a 2021 Lexus IS F SPORT, as noted by Resonate.
Yes, besides Netflix, Ronny worked with the Japanese car company Lexus. He was appointed to write and direct a branded content video. In addition, he showed up in the clip. Further, he shared some pics from the video on his Twitter account.
While we write about Ronny Chieng's recent works, one that comes on the list is his appearance on PBS's Antiques Roadshow. The 35-year-old star shared a clip from the episode on his Instagram page where he and Kevin Zavian, a jeweler and appraiser, have a good chat about Ronny's vintage watch collection.
The first timepiece they talked about was a Bruce Lee watch. Yes, Ronny owns one of those, and it cost him $1400 back then when he bought it. And as per Kevin, its market price, for now, will be around $1500.
After the Bruce Lee one, Ronny and Kevin shared some details on a gold-filled Seamaster watch, and according to the latter, on a retail level, its price tag would be $500. Subsequently, both came down to the last one, the third watch, which was from Rolex.
Ronny Chieng with his Shang Chi's co-cast Meng'er Zhang.
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As per the video, it is a 1984 Rolex. Yes, it is, and Ronny seemed to have a great history with the watch; why? Well, that Rolex belongs to his father, and he got it from him. And its current market price would be $5000, as pointed by Kevin.
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