About J. B. Smoove
It has been claimed that the total estimate of J. B. Smoove net worth is as high as 2.5 million dollars. J. B. Smoove has become famous because of his career as a comedian, actor and writer. These careers of him have also added up a lot to the overall size of J. B. Smoove net worth. In the beginning of the 90s he joined the Def Comedy Jam. Probably he is mostly known to many people from his appearances on the TV show called “Curb Your Enthusiasm”, where he appeared as Leon. Thus, the show has also increased the total size of J. B. Smoove net worth. In 2008, J. B. Smoove started to appear in the second season of the show called “Til Death” on Fox. In the third season of the show, he became one of the main cast members, too. Thus, this show made him even more known and also added up to the total sum of J. B. Smoove net worth.
J. B. Smoove is currently appearing on the TV show called “Real Husbands of Hollywood” on BET. In addition, he is also appearing on the sitcom called “The Millers” on CBS. Thus, these current appearances of him have also added up to the overall amount of J. B. Smoove net worth.
J. B. Smoove was born in 1965 in North Carolina. However, he was raised mainly in New York. He was studying in Virginia, where he was accepted to Norfolk State University. When he started his career as a stand-up comedian, J. B. Smoove shortened his name Jerry Brooks to J. B. and also added Smoove as his last name. At the same time when he was working as a stand-up comedian, J. B. Smoove was also working at a T-shirt store, in order to make ends meet.
The first TV shows in which he appeared were the popular sitcoms “Saturday Night Live” and “Everybody Hates Chris”. On the former show, J. B. Smoove often worked as a writer. For his work as such, in 2007 J. B. Smoove was awarded with the Writers Guild of America award for the Best Comedy/Variety Series (Including Talk). In addition to his appearances on TV, J. B. Smoove has also appeared in a variety of films, such as “Date Night”, “With or Without You”, “Mr. Deeds”, “The Dictator”, “Clear History”, “Pootie Tang”, “Hall Pass” and some others.