Chris Kattan was born on October 19, 1970, in Culver City, California, to Kip King and Hajnalka Biro. A former model for “Playboy,” his father worked as an actor and voice actor. The divorce occurred when Chris was young, and his mother married a Buddhist monk who served as his mother’s Buddhist therapist. On Mount Baldy, west of Los Angeles, Kattan was reared in a Zen monastery. It was on Bainbridge Island that he spent his adolescent years, where he graduated from Bainbridge High School in 1989.
Net Worth Of Chris Kattan
He has a net worth of $6 million. Chris Kattan is perhaps best known for his work on “Saturday Night Live,” NBC’s weekly sketch comedy series. “Saturday Night Live” wasn’t the only source of his wealth. He’s done a wide range of work in both television and film.
Career Of Chris Kattan
As a child, Kattan was a part of several Los Angeles comedy troupes, including The Groundlings, whose founder was his father. Over the years he appeared in several TV series, including the “NewsRadio” episode “This Is Not Based Entirely on Julie’s Life,” in which he portrayed the part of a picture shop clerk. “Saturday Night Live” eventually led Kattan to New York City, where he worked.
During the years 1996-2003, Kattan was a regular cast member on “SNL.” For example, he played Mango, an animalistic figure, and he was one half of the nightclubbing Butabi Brothers with Will Ferrell. “Night at the Roxbury” was inspired by and starred the latter figure. In addition to Mr. Peppers, Azrael Abyss, and Gay Hitler, he played Suel Forrester and Kyle DeMarco. Aside from Clay Aiken, Ben Affleck, and Rick Martin, he has also done impressions of Al Pacino, Kid Rock, Kerri Strug, and many more celebrities.
Personal Life Update
In Oakhurst, California, Kattan married model Sunshine Deia Tutt in June 2008. On Christmas Eve 2006, he had proposed to her. After only eight weeks of marriage, the couple separated in August 2008 and divorced in February 2009. “Dancing With the Stars” judges as well as popular media criticized Kattan for his rigid upper body movement while dancing.
A few years later, he confessed that he had fractured his neck executing a stunt over two decades before and that this accident and the ensuing operations were the reason for his inability to move. “SNL” routine in May 2001 in which he flung himself backward on a chair while parodying the Golden Girls resulted in the injuries, he said. As a result of his fourth neck surgery, Kattan was detained in 2014 for driving under the influence.