Over the years, The Daily Show has been the turning point to a ridiculous amount of comedians and actors’ careers. People like Rob Riggle, Steve Carrell, Rob Corddry, John Oliver and Stephen Colbert all made names for themselves as correspondents on the show. Several even went on to have their own show, just like former correspondent Samantha Bee. Canadian born Bee took her time at The Daily Show and turned it into her own show, Full Frontal, on TBS. The show features Bee sharing her unfiltered opinions on the politics happening at the time.
Samantha Bee Net Worth 2019: $7 Million
As of writing, Samantha Bee has a net worth of $7 million. Her time with The Daily Show, her current show and her occasional appearances in movies have gotten her to where she is.
In 2003, Bee made her Daily Show debut as a correspondent. With joining the show, she became the first non-US citizen correspondent as well as serving as the only female correspondent on the show until 2008.
In 2010 Bee authored I Know I Am, But What Are You? A year later, she surpassed Stephen Colbert as the show’s longest-running correspondent. In 2015, Bee announced that she would be leaving the show for her own on TBS. She left after 12 years on the show, having countless segments and having co-hosted the show with her husband and fellow correspondent, Jason Jones.
After signing her deal with TBS, Bee became the first female host of a late night satire show. The first season of her show, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, received critical acclaim and was renewed for another season soon after the first ended. After the first season, Bee was also named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world. In January 2018, her show was renewed for a third and fourth season.
Samantha Bee talks about Roger Stone, says ‘He’s like America’s athlete’s foot’ on late night show last Friday.