Mancow Muller Net Worth

June 13, 2023
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Matthew Erich Muller was born on the 21st June 1966, in Kansas City, Missouri USA, and is a radio host, television personality and actor., very well-known for hosting “Mancow’s Morning Madhouse” (1994 – 2015). More, Mullar starred alongside his brother in the television series “Gods, Guns & Automobiles” (2013). He has been active in the entertainment industry since his early childhood.

How much is the net worth of Mancow Muller? It has been calculated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $10 million, as of the data presented in late 2016. Radio and television broadcasts are the main sources of Muller’s modest fortune.


Mancow Muller Net Worth $10 Million


To begin with, he was raised in Kansas City by his parents Dawn and John Muller. Being a child he worked as an actor and model for various television and print commercials, then as a teenager he landed more than 100 roles on stage, including the well-known role of Billy Ray Jr. in the play “On Golden Pond”. After matriculation from high school, he enrolled into Central Missouri State University, and continued working in theatre. In 1990, he graduated with two degrees: one in Theatre and another in Public Relations.

Concerning his radio career, he started working while still studying in college. At first, he was responsible for playing commercials while “The Larry King Show” was broadcast. Later, he hosted his afternoon program. Upon graduation, he worked on the morning show “Holy Moley & Maxx” which quickly became very popular in the area of Kansas City. As a result, he was invited to join WWBZ-FM based in Chicago to host his own radio show, entitled “Mancow’s Morning Madhouse” in 1994. His show had to move from one radio station to another due to controversies caused by Mancow’s on-air comments. One of the biggest controversies was a staged parody related to the haircut of President Bill Clinton, which blocked the road during rush hour, and consequently he was charged for causing a public nuisance. He was sentenced to pay $500 fine, to do 100 hours of community service and had three years on probation, plus the radio station had to pay $1.5 million fine. Currently, Muller is the host of the morning program on WLUP-FM/97.9.

Additionally, Mancow Muller has appeared on television, which has also added sums to the outright size of his wealth. In 1996, he showed up in the episode of the television comedy show “Night Stand with Dick Dietrick”. In 1999, he created minor roles in episodes of the drama series “Party of Five” and “Early Edition”, and these were followed by episodic roles in the crime drama series “The Shield” (2005) and “Sons of Anarchy” (2009). Portraying himself, he was seen in the crime drama series “The Chicago Code” (2011). Moreover, Mancow took the lead role in the reality series “Gods, Guns & Automobiles” (2013) broadcast on the History channel, and was recently seen in the role of a DJ appearing in the crime drama series “Criminal Minds” (2015).

Finally, in the personal life of Mancow Muller, he married Sandy Ferrando in 2003, and they have twins.

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