Carrie Ann Inaba’s net worth is unknown.


STARRING on Dancing with the Stars since 2005, Carrie Ann Inaba has made a name for herself as one of the show’s most beloved judges.

The spunky television personality has amassed a fortune over the years.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Carrie Ann Inaba is worth around $9million.

While an exact salary is currently unknown, it is estimated the judges make around $1.2million per season of Dancing with the Stars.

It is estimated that Inaba makes around $150K-250K per episode.

Born in 1968 in Honolulu, Hawaii, Carrie Ann Inaba is a television personality, dancer and choreographer, actress, and singer.

Inaba began her entertainment career in Japan, before returning to America and making a name for herself as one of the Fly Girls on the Fox sketch comedy show, In Living Color.

During her time in Japan from 1986 to 1988, Inaba was a pop star. She released three singles, one of them making the Top 50 at the time.

After her return to the states, Inaba became a back-up dancer for various performers. She was the featured solo dancer on Madonna’s 1993 Girlie Show World Tour.

Inaba went on to star in a multitude of movies, such as Austin Powers and Monster Mash.

In 2005, Inaba became one of four judges on Dancing with the Stars.

She’s been a judge on the show ever since, starring alongside Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli and Derek Hough.

Season 30 of DWTS premiered on September 20, 2021.

Read our Dancing with the Stars live blog for the very latest news and updates…

So far, there have been four couples eliminated from DWTS season 30.

On week one, nobody was eliminated as the couples were introduced.

Week two sent home Martin Kove and Britt Stewart. The couple earned a combined total of 28 points during the premiere week.

During week three, Christine Chiu was eliminated along with partner Pasha Pashkov.

Week four was a double elimination, sending home Matt James and Lindsay Arnold, along with Brian Austin Green and partner Sharna Burgess.

Dancing with the Stars airs live on ABC Monday’s at 8pm ET.

The show can also be streamed through Hulu with Live TV and fuboTV.

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