Kym Whitley Net Worth

Kym Whitley Net Worth

What is Kym Whitley’s net worth?

The actor has amassed a net worth of $3.5 million.

Kym Whitley – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $3.5 million
Date of birth:
Gender: Female
Profession: Actor, Comedian, Film Producer, Voice Actor
Nationality: American

Biography – A Short Wiki

Kym Whitley is an American comedian and actress who has a net worth of $3.5 million. Kym Whitley is well-known for her roles on sitcoms like “Animal Practice,” “The Parkers,” The Boondocks,” and “Black Dynamite,” among others.


After college, Whitley moved to California and initially worked as a teacher in Compton until she was able to land a job as assistant to Arsenio Hall. She also became a dancer on “Soul Train.” Her first big break came in 1989 when she landed the starring role in Shelly Garrett’s popular play, “Beauty Shop,” which first began in Los Angeles and then traveled across the United States.

Personal Life

Whitley has an adopted son, Joshua, who was born in January of 2011. Her story of becoming a mother is unconventional, as the boy is the biological son of a woman Whitley had been mentoring for a number of years. After giving birth to him, the woman left the boy at the hospital and named Whitley his legal guardian before disappearing. Whitley received a call from a social worker informing her of this story and an hour later, she became a mother.


“College Road Trip’ is colorless. It’s not a black film. It’s not a white film.”

— Kym Whitley

“I’ve thought my show would be a sitcom or a talk show. Never in a million years would I have thought my show would be docu-series/reality because you always think reality is something crazy.”

— Kym Whitley

“I believe that people just want to laugh and have a good time.”

— Kym Whitley

“Sometimes, moms have to be creative to get their babies to eat healthy.”

— Kym Whitley

“In the African American community, we are very ‘hush, hush’ about things in our life.”

— Kym Whitley

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