Peter Kay reportedly made £3,000 an hour last year, and is worth a whopping £32.4 million – despite his three-year hiatus.
The much loved comic, 47, is believed to be the UK’s richest comedian, thanks to his long-standing reputation of incredible comedy.
The star’s two firms – Good Night Vienna Productions Ltd and Hussein Traders Ltd – are understood to have filed their accounts with Companies House this week, and have revealed themselves to be worth a staggering £32,391,479 combined.
The accounts, seen by The Sun, also show Peter’s got £23,637,971 in the bank and investments worth £8,435,080.
The Bolton-born star pulled in an impressive £950,000 last year alone, despite not working.
Peter has kept a low profile since calling off his tour in 2017 due to “unforeseen family reasons”, and his last public appearance was in April this year.
He made a brief appearance on the BBC’s Big Night In which helped raise money for frontline workers during the pandemic.
Wearing sunglasses and a big hat, Peter sent his love to the UK and told them his motivation for recreating the mimed video to pay tribute to heroic key workers keeping the country going during the coronavirus pandemic.
“15 years ago I did a sketch for Comic Relief called Is This The Way To Amarillo and I never imagined that it would go down so well and make everyone happy,” he said while holding his ice lolly aloft.
“And I thought, what a perfect time to recreate it again.
“So we’ve asked a lot of you to film yourselves and send it in and listen, if you can help tonight there’s a number on screen, if you can’t, then don’t worry about it, you’ve got enough going on.”
The comedian was also spotted out in public for the first time in March this year.
The Car Share creator was seen at a garage in Preston, Lancashire.
He seemed to have returned home after reportedly retreating to rural Ireland in the wake of his £40million tour cancellation.
The comedian, who holds the Guinness World Records as the most successful stand-up comic of all time, had reportedly been living in Co Tipperary, according to locals in the area during his hiatus from stage and screen.
Aside from that, his only new material has been an audio episode of his sitcom Car Share, which was also released in April, and a new Car Share sketch in the book, Dear NHS: 100 Stories To Say Thank You.
In the Car Share sketch, main character John has a brain cancer scare and breaks down in tears during his scan because he chose a Simon and Garfunkel song to listen to during, with sad lyrics.