Charlie Hill Net Worth At Death Was $2 Million, Google Doodle Tribute To His Career

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Google Doodle today celebrates the birthday of the first-ever native American comedian to appear on television, Charlie Hill. He died in 2013 with a net worth of around $2 million. 

The first-ever Native American comedian to make a TV appearance, Charlie Hill is known for challenging stereotypes native-americans. He made his first TV appearance on The Richard Pryor Show. 

The legendary stand-up comedian lived for 62 years, making people laugh at his jokes and at the same time, making efforts to protect the civil rights of Native Americans. He died of lymphoma, a type of cancer. 

Charlie Hill's Net Worth At Death: Earnings And Career To Know

Charlie Hill had a net worth of around $1.5 to $2 million at the time of his death.

However, we haven't been able to depict his career earnings but the statistic is compiled from several sources on the internet. He enjoyed a wonderful comedy career that spanned over 32 years. 

The comedian's first-ever TV appearance came on The Richard Pryor Show in 1977. He sat across a fellow comedian and it became the turning point of his career. The episode received a lot of appraisals from the audience. 

Charlie Hill Death Cause: What Happened?

Charlie Hill died in 2013 because of lymphoma. 

As per WebMD, Lymphoma is cancer that begins in infection-fighting cells of the immune system, called lymphocytes. These cells are in the lymph nodes, spleen, thymus, bone marrow, and other parts of the body. When you have lymphoma, lymphocytes change and grow out of control.

The comedian's career ended in 2010 when his illness got better of him. He spent the last three years fighting the disease that ultimately took him. He died alongside the people of his tribe in Onedia, Wisconsin. 

Charlie Hill Wife And Family: Was He Married?

Charlie Hill never talked about his wife or children. The comedian was very conservative when it came to his personal life. 

Moreover, he was born to the native tribe of Oneida Restoration in Wisconsin. The comedian later moved to Los Angeles to become an actor. As a result, he was the first Native American to appear on television. 

Furthermore, Hill wrote for the television series, Roseanne. The lead actor of the show passed tribute when Hill died in 2013.

"A pioneer in comedy for all has lost his battle with lymphoma. RIP Charlie Hill. You paved the way," she wrote.