What's Comedian Sarah Millican Net Worth? Know about her Income of Sources.

News by Clarence Published on 17 Jan,2017 Updated on 17 Jan,2017

Sarah Millican is an English comedian and television host best known as the host of the British comedic television show The Sarah Television Programme. Her show premiered on BBC Two in 2012. She was also voted the British Comedy Awards’ Queen of Comedy in 2011.

Sarah Millican’s Net worth, Salary, and source of her income

Sarah Millican is listed as one of the top-earning comedians of the United Kingdom. She has topped the list of the highest earning female comedian of the United Kingdom with the net worth expected to be in millions.

Sarah Millican


Millican is yet to reveal her net worth to the public and media but according to the reports , she has earned about $2 million in the last two years and stood at the top of the highest earning women comedians.

Most of Millican’s  net worth comes from her career as a comedian. She has made appearances in lots of comedy series. She also appears in different other television shows. Besides her career as a comedian, she also earns from ads and endorsements. She has been endorsed by various companies and is paid well. She is also active in the promotions of various products and companies.

Sarah Millican’s bio and short career

Sarah Millican was born on 29 May 1975 in South Shields, Tyne, and Wear, England. She was born as the daughter of Valeria Prince and Philip D. King, a mining electrician.

Sarah Millican in her show


Sarah Millican first debuted in Edinburgh Festival Fringe show Sarah Millican’s Not Nice and also won the if.comedy award for Best Newcomer in 2008 for her performance. She also appeared in the show, Chatterbox, hosted by the Stand Comedy Club which was nominated for the main Edinburgh Comedy Award.

Millican made her appearances as the panelist in various shows and as a performer in shows including the Secret Policeman’s Ball 2008 and 4 Stands Up. She also served as a regular co-host of the news show 7 Day Sunday on BBC Radio 5 Live.

Besides these, she has made appearances in various episodes of the different shows. She has also released her follow-up live DVD, Thoroughly Modern Millican. She has also been nominated for various awards for her performance in her career.