About Lil Duval
It has been claimed that the overall estimate of Lil Duval net worth is as much as 1.5 million dollars, as of right now. Lil Duval has earned his high net worth because of his careers as a comedian and rapper, which also made him well known. In 2005 he was successfully appearing on the BET series called “Coming to the Stage”, where he ended up as a semifinalist. This show made him a well known name in comedy, too. He is also known from MTV2 channel, where he is appearing on such shows as “Hip Hop Squares” and “Guy Code”. Thus, these appearances made him more known and also added up to the overall size of Lil Duval net worth. In 2013 he started to host another show on this channel called “Ain’t That America”, which made his name even more known in the comedy world.
Lil Duval was born in Jacksonville, Florida, where he also grew up. His birth name is Roland Powell. He decided to be called as Lil Duval in respect to the place where he was born – Duval County, Florida. Lil Duval was studying at First Coast High School, and when he graduated from it, he moved to live to Atlanta, Georgia.
In 2001, he competed in the Oakland Bay Area Competition and his performance made an impression on manager of Cedric the Entertainer, who invited him to appear on a tour with Cedric the Entertainer. Cedric the Entertainer was also the one who invited Lil Duval to appear on his show called “Cedric the Entertainer: Starting Lineup”. In 2003, Lil Duval released his comedy album called “Dat Boy Funny”. In 2004 he started to appear on the BET series called “ComicView”. Thus, with these TV appearances, Lil Duval net worth has increased a lot, too.
In 2005, Lil Duval released another comedy album called “Put Your Hands on Me”. In 2005 Lil Duval appeared in a film called “Choices II: The Setup”. In addition to that, Lil Duval is scheduled to appear in another film called “School Dance” as Bam-Bam. Thus, his film appearances have made his name more known and also added up to the overall amount of Lil Duval net worth. Lil Duval has also appeared in some music videos by well known artists, such as “Shawty” by Plies and “Be Easy” by T.I.