WHOOPI Goldberg is an entertainment icon who has been in the industry since 1982.
Thanks to her career, she has amassed an extensive net worth and has no plans on slowing down any time soon.
What is Whoopi Goldberg's net worth?
As of 2021, Goldberg, 66, is worth an estimated $60million with an estimated salary of $8million per year, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
This number comes from not only her successful acting career but also from her role as a co-host on The View.
In September 2021, Goldberg signed a multi-year contract extension with the show and will remain a co-host for the next four years.
She is also rumored to have been one of the highest-paid actress in film back in the 1990s.
What did Khloe Kardashian say about Whoopi Goldberg?
In November 2021, Keeping Up With the Kardashian star, Khloe Kardashian, was seen wishing Goldberg a happy 66th birthday.
“Happy birthday, Whoopi,” Kardashian said. “I am wishing you the most magical, beautiful, and blessed birthday.”
“I hope you have the best year. That you’re healthy, you’re happy, and that you are just staying as fabulous as ever," adding “We all love, adore, and appreciate you for all that you do and all that you give us.
“And I am just so honored to hear that you are a fan of Good American.”
She continuing: “I am the biggest fan of yours. I honor you, I respect you, and I wish you only beautiful blessings.
“Have the best birthday and cheers to many, many more.”
After Kardashian's clip, Goldberg was seen showing off her Good American jeans noting how “fly” they look.
What are Whoopi's biggest films?
Some of Whoopi's iconic films include:
- Sister Act (1992)
- Ghost (1990)
- The Color Purple (1985)
- The Lion King (1994)
- Sister Act 2 (1993)
According to IMDB, Whoopi is also currently working on multiple news films including reprising her role as Deloris in the upcoming sequel, Sister Act 3.
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