David Walliams is a television star known for appearing on Britain’s Got Talent with Simon Cowell.
The British star has worked on the programme since 2012.
However, pushing golden buzzers is not all David is known for. He created Little Britain with fellow comedian Matt Lucas.
So how much cash has he made during the course of his career.
David Walliams net worth
According to Spears Magazine David has a net worth of £17 million.
He was born in London to two scientists, an engineer and a lab technician. Studying drama at university, it seems he always had his mind set on entertainment.
He came to fame with his politically incorrect comedy Little Britain.
The hugely popular programme ran from 2003 to 2009, and Matt Lucan and David were named the most powerful people in TV comedy by Radio Times because of it.
He has also had a hugely successful career as a children’s author, writing the The Boy in the Dress in 2008.
Other hugely poplar books of his include Gangsta Granny and Ratburger.
David has been cast in soon-to-be-released film Missing Link, and also appeared in Pudsey: The Movie.
He has an OBE and also won Best TV Judge at the 2015 National Television Awards.
The comedian was married to Dutch model Lara Stone, 35, in 2010, and the pair had a son in 2013. However, they divorced in September 2015.
Tonight David will appear in the second episode of series 13 of Britain’s Got Talent.
Along with Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon, the comedian turned author will sit through another round of auditions.
The winning act will win £250,000 and the opportunity to appear at the Royal Variety Performance.
From one TV star to another, what is Darcey Bussell’s net worth?
The ballerina has revealed she is leave the BBC programme to focus on other Dance commitments.
Darcey Bussell told the BBC: “It has been a complete privilege for me to be part of Strictly, working with such a talented team. I have enjoyed every minute of my time and will miss everyone from my fellow judges, the presenters, the Dancers, the musicians, the entire back stage team, and especially the viewers of the show, who have been so supportive.
“I am not leaving because of any upset or disagreement at all, I am just stepping away to give more focus to my many other commitments in dance, after seven truly wonderful years that I can’t imagine having gone any better.”