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Chris Ramsey Net Worth: How Rich is the English Comedian?



Chris Ramsey Net Worth

Chris Ramsey is an English comedian and actor. Ramsey is currently participating in the 17th series of Strictly Come Dancing. As of 2019, Chris Ramsey net worth is estimated to be $800,000.

Ramsey was born on August 3, 1986, in South Shields, England. He started his career in comedy in 2007 by hosting an open-mic night in Newcastle upon Tyne. Next year, he was a nominee for the “Chortle Student Comedian of the Year”. In 2011, his show ‘Offermation’ was nominated for an Edinburgh Comedy Award. It was also recorded for BBC Radio 4 and was broadcast in March 2012.

In 2012 Ramsey starred as Jack Pearson in Jason Cook’s BBC Two sitcom Hebburn. He played that role for over one year. In 2015, he took part in the Channel 4 series Time Crashers. Next year, he co-presented ‘ I’m A Celebrity: Extra Camp on ITV2’ but was replaced by Joel Dommett for the 2017 edition.

In December 2016, he was the presenter of ‘Virtually Famous’. He also presented his own series The Chris Ramsey Show for Comedy Central. In 2017, Ramsey was chosen as the host of ‘Stand Up Central’.

Ramsey and his wife Rosie started a weekly podcast called Shagged Married Annoyed in 2019. The podcast is about answering questions from the general public on various topics. Another segment is ‘What’s Your Beef’, where both Chris and Rosie mention something about their other half that gets on their nerves.

Ramsey is now participating in the 17th series of Strictly Come Dancing. He is paired with professional dancer Karen Hauer.

Regarding his personal life, Ramsey is married to singer and actress Rosie Winter. They got married in July 2014. Together, they have a son named Robin. In 2018, Ramsey and his wife shared via social media that Rosie had a miscarriage when she was 12 weeks pregnant with their second child.

Chris Ramsey Net Worth: $800,000

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