Jaleel White Net Worth: Jaleel White is an American actor and screenwriter who has a net worth of $8 million. White is most widely recognized for the role of Steve Urkel on the hit sitcom, “Family Matters,” which ran from 1989 to 1998. Originally meant to be a one-time appearance, Steve Urkel became a cultural phenomenon and spawned the popular catch phrase “Did I do that?”. He went on to appear in 204 of the show’s 215 episodes. At his peak of the show, Jaleel earned $180,000 per episode, roughly $4 million per season. After adjusting for inflation, that’s the same as earning $300,000 per episode today, roughly $7 million per season today.
The Early Life of Jaleel White
Early Life: Jaleel White was born Jaleel Ahmad White on November 27, 1976, in Culver City, California. His mother, Gail, was a homemaker, and his father, Michael, was a dentist; after Jaleel got involved in acting, Gail became his manager. White studied at John Marshall Fundamental High School and South Pasadena High School and graduated from UCLA with a film and television degree in 2001.
Jaleel White Wealth Stats: Salary, Net Worth, and More
Jaleel White's net worth, salary and other interesting facts:
|Date of Birth
|November 27, 1976 (age 47 years)
|5 ft 10 in (1.79 m)
|Actor, Screenwriter, Television producer, Voice Actor
|United States of America
Inspirational Quotes by Jaleel White
If you have to go back and spell-check the text you're about to send, you're saying too much.Jaleel White
I wasn't a kid trying to become famous. I wasn't a part of any Disney Channel wheelhouse. I was basically a black kid whose parents put him into the business so he could go to college.Jaleel White
I took opportunities, big or small, to show that I was a constant professional. I feel like the Sam Jackson of network TV drama.Jaleel White
Oh, the first dish I learned to make, I think I was about 10 years old, I made my dad spaghetti and broccoli for dinner when he got home from work, and it was, like, a surprise.Jaleel White
The conventions of an almighty agency tapping you for greatness and signing you up and telling you this is going to be the next big thing; that has not been my career.Jaleel White