English comedian and actor Johnny Vegas has an estimated net worth of $10 million. Born Michael Joseph Pennington in St. Helens, Lancashire, England on September 5, 1970. His celebrity status comes from his bizarre comedy, furious outbursts, high throaty vocal sound, and of course his big body-build. He made his debut appearance on Television in 1996 when he was one of the competitors on the UK game show Win, Lose or Draw. Five years after that, he appeared in the TV series Attention Scum as the 24 Hour News Man. He went on to play the role of Charlie Doyle in the series Happiness until 2003. In 2005, Vegas played the character of Lewis Donat on the television series Dead Man Weds and Krook in the TV mini-series Bleak House. He had been casted as Moz in the series Ideal from 2005 to 2011. He was also introduced in the TV series Massive as Tony in 2008. His ongoing acting projects on TV series include Still Open All Hours in 2013, Benidorm in 2007, and Moone Boy in 2012, all of which he has appeared as Wet Eric, The Oracle/Geoff Maltby, and Crunchie Haystacks respectively. He also landed roles in movies Blackball, Sex Lives of the Potato Men, and The Libertine. He was the winner of Happiness at the British Comedy Award for Newcomer in 2001 and the Royal Television Society in 2002.