Lamorne Morris is an American actor, comedian, and TV personality, most known for playing Winston in the Fox sitcom, New Girl.
His other television credits include The Middle, Drunk History, and SMILF; and he has been seen in movies like Sex Ed, Game Night, Jumanji: The Next Level, and Bloodshot.
In this article, we look at the net worth of Lamorne Morris and the source behind his wealth.
What is Lamorne Morris’ Net Worth in 2020? Salary & Earnings
As of June 2020, Lamorne Morris has a net worth of $4 million. His wealth comes from his career as an actor and comedian.
Morris started his on-screen journey with a job at Black Entertainment Television (BET), a subsidiary of ViacomCBS.
He made his TV debut hosting his own show tech and gaming show, HotWyred, on the network. He became a staple of the channel’s comedy coverage and hosted the BET Awards four times: in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2012.
He made appearances in numerous television commercials for brands like Taco Bell, State Farm Insurance, McDonald’s, Twix, 7 Up, Miller Lite, Las Vegas, Edge, Microsoft Windows, Sears, Chili’s, Bank of Montreal, Ford, and Hornitos Tequila.
After appearances in award-winning movie shorts like One Word, The Truth About Lies, and Sex Love and Lies; and appearances in TV shows like The Middle and Drunk History, Morris found widespread acclaim and recognition as Winston in the Fox single-camera sitcom, New Girl.
He joined the ensemble cast of Zooey Deschanel, Jake Johnson, Max Greenfield, and Hannah Simone, after Damon Wayans Jr.‘s character had to be written out of the show.
Since then, Morris has appeared in shows like Valley of the Boom and Human Discoveries.
Morris is set to star as cartoonist Keith Knight in the Hulu adaptation of his autobiographical comic strip, The K Chronicles, titled Woke.
Lamorne Morris snatched a $3.11 million home in Tarzana, Los Angeles in January 2019. The two-story house stands on 5,840-square-foot of high-end real estate, while the outdoors feature a swimming pool, a spa, and a glass-walled pool house.
The ’20s-style Spanish house itself has 5 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms with clay-tile roof and multiple balconies, with an all-white exterior paint job.
The house exudes a seamless indoor-outdoor feel with its floor-to-ceiling glass windows. The flooring is almost exclusively wood-paneled and the house is rigged with a state-of-the-art music system.
A double-height foyer opens to the living quarters with a tiled fireplace. The dining hall has a glass-encased floor-to-ceiling wine storage closet. The adjoining covered dining terrace offers a spectacular view of the elite neighborhood.
The modern kitchen has a double-island and is filled with contemporary appliances. The lower level also has a media room with a home theatre system.
The upper level is the bedrooms, of which the house has five, surrounding a central entertainment den. The master suite has its own fireplace, a private balcony, a walk-in closet, and an en-suite master bath with a steam shower.
Lamorne Morris: Short Biography
Lamorne Morris was born on August 14, 1983, in the Chicago suburb of Glen Ellyn. He had a difficult childhood as his father was a drug dealer who was more inside prison than out of it. His mother was his rock and took over the role of both of his parents.
Morris graduated from Glenbard South High School in Glen Ellyn, Chicago, and attended the College of DuPage, also in Glen Ellyn.
He also trained at The Second City Training Center and performed with Second City’s Outreach And Diversity Ensemble.