Net Worth: $3 Million
- Source of Wealth Acting, Fashion Design, Writing, Music
- Birth Place San Francisco, California, USA
- Height 5' 5" (1.65 m)
- Marital Status Married Al Ridenour (m. 2003)
- Full Name Margaret Moran Cho
- Nationality American
- Date of Birth December 5, 1968
- Ethnicity Chinese
- Occupation Actress, Fashion Designer, Comedian, Singer, Songwriter
About Margaret Cho
Margaret Cho is an American based Korean fashion designer, screen writer, actress and a stand-up comedian with an estimated net worth of about $3 million dollars. Margaret is well known for her popular stand-up comedy style that revolves around disparaging political and social issues, especially those that relate to sexuality and race. She is also known for frequently supporting LGBT rights with her humanitarian efforts that led to her winning of several awards on behalf of Asians, her LGBT community and women.
As an actress, Margaret Cho has played numerous roles; like Charlene Lee in ‘ It’s my party’ movie, and a colleague to John Travolta in “Face Off”. She was also a character in the popular TV series called ‘Drop dead Diva’ that was screened on lifetime TV, where she appeared as Teri Lee – a paralegal assistance. Cho has also managed to direct and appear in several music videos, also being involved in dressing several music celebrities during the shooting of their video. She also owns a clothing line which actively contributes to her overall net worth.
Margaret Cho was born on 5th December, 1968 in San Francisco California – in a Korean family. She was raised up in a racially mixed-up neighborhood in a family of ex-druggies, as described by her. Just like most stand-up comedian, Cho also started by performing at a local club that was located next to her parents’ book-store. She launched her career by performing in clubs for several years, and her road to fame jump-started when she started to appear in university campuses’ shows and Television as well. Her fame later blew to the roof when she was given a minor role to play in the ‘Golden Girls’ and the ‘ Golden place’ films in 1992. In 1994 she was awarded as the best female comedian in the ‘ American comedy Awards’.