Russell Gilbert Net Worth: Russell Gilbert is a popular actor and comedian in Australia. He was born on 17 Oct 1959 in Footscray, Australia. He is 63 years old. He is remembered for his work as an actor and comedian on various television shows and movies. He is even known for his appearance on radio and he is also a live stage performer, he worked as a host in Great Comedy Classics which was a compilation of British Sitcoms. He worked with companies like GTV-9 and HSV-7. He hosted Weekend Leave Pass on SEN 116 in 2004 along with Mark Fine
|Date of Birth
|17 October 1959
|$ 1.5 Million
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Russell Gilbert performed in shows and movies like
- The Comedy Company
- Thank God you’re here
- Hey Hey It’s Saturday
- Russ the Postie
- Hey It’s Saturday
- Sitcom Bingles
Russell Gilbert Net Worth
Russell’s estimated net worth is 1.5 million dollars. He participated in a reality show named It Takes Two as a celebrity performer. He supports the AFL Club Western Bulldogs where in the AFL legend matches he gave many appearances. Russell made a comeback in 2010 at the EJ Whitten Legends Game.
Russell Family and relationships
We do not know much about his family and friends but according to some of his interviews where he revealed that he had a sister when he was a child. He had an older sister named Debbie who died 12 years ago. Russell through his posts gave advice to people that mental health is a very important part of life and people who are suffering from mental illness must get help from people around them.
He is unmarried. He was in a relationship with his friend, Nolan for a brief period of time. They met each other in the time around the 90s. Though they were together for a long period of time they didn’t marry each other.
Russell Gilbert Career
Russell Gilbert has performed in so many shows like The Russell Gilbert Show which was a sketch comedy show. It was a Saturday evening show. That show was based on interviews with celebrities, it was a variety show. He had hosted various shows like a dog game show “Bark-Off” with Livinia Nixon. He was nominated for a Logie for his work in Hey Hey It’s Saturday in the category of Most Popular Comedy Personality.