Celebrity Antiques Road Trip star Christopher McCausland is worth a fortune – and even had a role on EastEnders
CELEBRITY Antiques Road Trip star Christopher McCausland is worth a fortune – and even had a role on EastEnders.
The funnyman took part in Tuesday's celebrity edition of Antiques Road Trip alongside Rufus Hound in a bid to make as much money for charity as possible.
Chris, who is blind, has become a familiar face on TV in recent years, and has seen his net worth grow as a consequence.
According to website 'Net Worth Post', Chris is reportedly worth $1.1 million, which is over £800,000.
Chris first broke onto the comedy circuit in 2013 after performing stand up in Balham, London.
He has since gone on to appear on a number of comedy shows including Would I Lie to You? and Have I Got News For You.
He will also be known to fans of CBeebies show Me Too! thanks to his role as Rudi.
Meanwhile soap fans might recognise him from a guest appearance in 2018 when he played Karl, a blind man who took on Bernadette Taylor at chess.
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His character was just as witty, joking about not being able to see the board but still managing to win.
However, Bernie didn't fall for his distraction techniques during a rematch and went on to triumph against Karl.
Last year, Chris appeared on 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, and scored highly.
This was even more impressive considering he was playing from memory alone, and at the end of the show, he got the Countdown Conundrum before anyone else.
Celebrity Antiques Road Trip is available on BBC iPlayer.
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