What is Rob Riggle's net worth? 'Holey Moley' host accused wife of stealing $28K
Rob Riggle's face has often been associated with laughter on the big as well as the small screen for decades now. Riggle, who currently hosts ABC's highly popular zany mini-golf show 'Holey Moley', has made his mark on several other highly popular shows such as 'Modern Family' where he played Phil Dunphy's arch-rival Gil Thorpe. He was also a correspondent on Comedy Central's 'The Daily Show' and was a cast member of 'Saturday Night Live' from 2004 to 2005.
Riggle, who was a former United States Marine Officer, may not have started out with dreams of being in the show business, but he's certainly found a way to turn his fame into a massive fortune. However, the 'Holey Moley' host was in the news after the actor accused her of hacking his Apple account, taking $28,000 from his home office and spying on him with a hidden camera. So just how much is Riggle, who has also starred in films such as 'The Hangover' and '21 Jump Street', worth? We've got the answer.
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His many awards
Interestingly, he won the most awards not for his acting abilities but for his service as a member of the United States Marine Corps Reserve. Riggle attained the rank of Lieutenant Colonel and received the Meritorious Service Medal, Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal; Joint Service Achievement Medal; Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Combat Action Ribbon. On January 1, 2013, he retired from the Marine Corps Reserve after 23 years of service.
What is Rob Riggle's net worth?
According to reports, as of 2021, Riggle's net worth is approximately $10M. Prior to his recent bitter divorce from his wife of 21 years, Riggie and his wife Tiffany lived in a stunning Westlake Village Residence which had a beautiful view of the Santa Monica mountains. Now, Rob is apparently staying in a smaller abode, while his wife continues to reside in their Westlake home with their two children.
The former "Daily Show" correspondent filed for divorce from his wife, Tiffany, in October. However, TMZ reports that he’s recently been granted a temporary restraining order against her after he found evidence that she spied on him. Their divorce battle became messier as $28,000 went missing from the Westlake home, which Riggle reportedly confronted Tiffany about. The actor also claims that Tiffany had hacked into his Apple account and downloaded his emails, texts, contacts and photos. TMZ reports that he discovered a smoke detector with a built-in spy camera in April that he believes had been recording him without his consent since August of 2020. What’s more, among the more than 10,000 videos found on the camera’s memory included one of Tiffany installing the device as well as sitting on the floor and counting money, which he believes to be the missing $28,000.
It certainly seems that while there may be plenty in the bank, it's certainly not enough to buy all of Riggle's current troubles away. Riggle will be back as the host of 'Holey Moley'. New episodes begin on June 17 on ABC.