Yvette Nicole Brown’s Net Worth – How Wealthy is the actor?

How Rich is Yvette Nicole Brown

Hos much is Yvette Nicole Brown worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $4 million.

Yvette Nicole Brown – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $4 million
Date of birth: August 12, 1971 (52 years old)
Gender: Female
Height: 170
Profession: Actor, Comedian, Singer, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Yvette Nicole Brown is an American actress, comedienne, host, writer, and producer who has a net worth of $4 million. Brown is best known for starring as Shirley Bennett on NBC’s “Community” (2009–2015), and she played Helen Dubois on “Drake & Josh” (2004–2007), Danielle “Dani” Duncan on “The Odd Couple” (2015–2017), Nora Rogers on “Mom” (2018–2019), and Sherilyn Thomas on “Big Shot” (2021–present).


Yvette first starred in commercials, then she made her film debut in 2000’s “His Woman, His Wife.” She guest-starred on “For the People” (2002), “Do Over” (2002), “Girlfriends” (2003), “Curb Your Enthusiasm” (2004), “Two and a Half Men” (2004), and “7th Heaven” (2004), and she starred as Eartha Cleveland on the 2004 ABC series “The Big House.” From 2004 to 2007, she had a recurring role as Helen Dubois on Nickelodeon’s “Drake & Josh,” and around this time, she appeared in the films “Little Black Book” (2004), “The Island” (2005), “The Kid & I” (2005), “Dreamgirls” (2006), and “The Neighbor” (2007). Brown reprised the role of Helen Dubois in the 2008 TV movie “Merry Christmas, Drake & Josh.” She guest-starred on “That’s So Raven” (2005), “That ’70s Show” (2005), “Malcolm in the Middle” (2006), “House” (2006), “Half & Half” (2006), “The Office” (2007), “Entourage” (2007), and “Boston Legal” (2007), and in 2008, she co-starred with Eddie Murphy in “Meet Dave” and with Ben Stiller, Jack Black, and Robert Downey Jr. in “Tropic Thunder.” In 2009, Yvette appeared in the films “Hotel for Dogs,” “500 Days of Summer,” and “The Ugly Truth,” and she began starring as Shirley Bennett on the NBC sitcom “Community.” She was a main cast member for the first five seasons and a guest star on the sixth season (which aired on Yahoo! Screen), appearing in 99 episodes.

Personal Life

Yvette has served on the SAG-AFTRA National Board since 2019, and she ran for president of the organization’s Los Angeles local in 2021. Brown is a caregiver for her father, who has Alzheimer’s, and after leaving “Community,” she moved him from Ohio into her Los Angeles home. In 2020, she spoke to “Guideposts” about the experience, stating, “It’s such a gift from God that, at my dad’s toughest moment, I’m in a position to be there for him. The whole point of being a person of faith is to endure hardship with grace and decency. And to be able to provide that same level of decency and a sense of dignity to those who are going through it. That’s what my goal is with my dad—to give him an honorable life and a fun life and a dignified life as long as he’s with me.”


“Community’ is a comedy show, and one of the characters happens to be a Christian. I do think they have been very careful to make sure everyone is the butt of the joke for various reasons.”

— Yvette Nicole Brown

“I love Queen Latifah! Queen Latifah is so beautiful! Every time you see her, if it’s in a cosmetics ad, or on the red carpet, she’s always flawless.”

— Yvette Nicole Brown

“I have a list in my mind and in my heart of actors who have been extraordinarily kind, and Hugh Laurie is near the top.”

— Yvette Nicole Brown

“Love is easy! Kindness is easy. So I try on my Twitter page to acknowledge everyone that reaches out to me. I try to make my page – I can’t control the rest of Twitter – but I try to make my page a safe place for people.”

— Yvette Nicole Brown

“I love Jill Scott! I love everything she puts on, how she does her hair; everything about Jill Scott is amazing!”

— Yvette Nicole Brown