Pauly Shore Net Worth: How Much Did He Pay For The Property In 1996?

On February 1st, 1968, Paul Montgomery Shore was born in Los Angeles, California. The Comedy Store was founded in 1972 by his parents, Mitzi Shore and Sammy (a comic).

After Mitzi and Sammy divorced in 1974, she became the business’ sole proprietor. (Pauly became club manager after Mitzi passed away in 2018).

In a Jewish family, Shore grew up with three brothers named Peter, Scott, and Sandi. He graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1986.

He was surrounded by comedians for a large portion of his upbringing, and at the age of 17, he gave his debut stand-up show at the Alley Cat Bistro in Culver City.

Pauly gained a mentor in Sam Kinison, who frequently used Pauly as his opening act. Shore created an alter persona called “The Weasel” when performing stand-up comedy and took on the role of a surfer boy.

What is Pauly Shore’s Net Worth?

American actor and comedian Pauly Shore has a $30 million dollar fortune.

In addition to being a stand-up comedian, filmmaker, producer, and podcaster, Pauly Shore is most known for his comical roles in movies including “Encino Man” (1992), “Son in Law” (1993), and “In the Army Now” (1994).

Pauly Shore Net Worth

Pauly Shore Stands Alone,” a mockumentary he produced in 2014, earned the Best Documentary prize at the Downtown Film Festival in Los Angeles.

He has also presented the podcasts “Pauly Shore Podcast Show” and “Pauly Shore’s Random Rants.” Since the early 1970s, the Shore family has owned the renowned Comedy Store in West Hollywood.

You can also check out these celebrities’ net worth:

How Much Did Shore Pay For The Property In 1996?

A 4,500-square-foot property in the Hollywood Hills cost Shore $1.5 million in 1996. In 2015, he refurbished the home and advertised it for sale for $13 million.

Pauly Shore shared on Instagram:


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Pauly Shore (@paulyshore)

When no one bought it, he decided to rent it out for $27,000 per month. He relisted the property in 2020 with a $9.5 million asking price.

Visit our Twitter page if you’re interested in up-to-the-minute updates. Get updated on the news that matters to you most right here.

Leave a Comment