Banks hosted her own show, The Tyra Banks Show, which aired from 2005 until 2010, for which Banks won the Daytime Emmy Award in 20.
Before earning his own show, Meyers was a head writer for NBC’s Saturday Night Live from 2001 to 2014 and hosted Weekend Update, which is the show’s news parody segment.
The American comedian, writer, actor, and television host is worth a hefty $10 million.
The wholesome host has a whopping net worth of $75 million and an annual salary of $20 million.
Rippa, who made most of her wealth from hosting shows like Live with Kelly and Hope And Faith, has also dabbled in other lucrative ventures.
John Stewart, however, is best known as the co-host of The Daily Show which he began in 1999.
Unfortunately, Stewart announced his exit from the show during an episode in 2015, but he’s now focusing on his writing and enjoying the security of his enormous net worth of million big ones.
In 2007, Ripa along with her husband Mark Consuelos founded Milojo, a highly successful production company.
In 1993, Stewart got this big break hosting his own show on MTV called The Jon Stewart Show and shortly after hosted You Wrote It, You Watch It.
In 1982, Letterman jumped to CBS and began his own show Late Night with David Letterman, which quickly took off and made Letterman a household name.