Award-winning producer, writer, director, stand-up comedian, and actor, Judd Apatow has given life to many movies and TV shows. The owner of Apatow Productions, 50-year-old Judd besides being blessed with a lovely married life wife Leslie Mann sharing 2 children is also enjoying the estimated net worth of $90 million.
Without a doubt, Judd Apatow can be referred to as a 'production powerhouse'. Judd Apatow's level of success took a lot of hard work. But does it come with some serious money? Let's find out about his salary, net worth, career & awards.
Apatow's Net Worth and Salary
Judd Apatow is the founder of the production company named Apatow Productions. His company has produced 23 movies and 6 TV series and has managed to bank a brain-melting $2.3 billion.
As of 2018, Apatow is estimated to be enjoying the net worth of $90 million while his actress wife, Leslie owns an estimated net worth of $20 million. Well, the annual salary of the couple is not disclosed, though it is believed to be around $30 million annually.
Along with the joint net worth of $110 million, the parents of 2 shares eye-catching property empire records. Let's know.
House and Cars of Apatow
In December 2015, Judd and his wife Leslie Mann listed their 2505 square feet Malibu House for $12 million which they initially bought for $10 million in 2013.
The 1930s beach house with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms was sold only a few months later for $500,000 less than the asking price.
The Apatow's Malibu House
Source: Architectural Digest
Also, previously, they sold their house in Los Angeles, California in 2003.
Currently, the couple with their children live in their house in Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, for which they paid $18.25 million in 2009. Let's not forget about their $8.6 million vacant lot in Santa Monica bought in 2012.
Also famed for Comedian in Cars, Judd Apatow's cars collection includes Aston Martin, Bentley, Lexus and many more. The worth of his collection is estimated to be over $400,000.
Judd Apatow's Philanthropy
Apatow has funded charities including March of Dimes, Onyx, Breezy Foundation, and Melanoma Research Foundation and showed his support for Seth Rogen's Hilarity for Charity.
Judd Apatow at Hilarity for Charity
Source: Getty Images
Judd Apatow and his wife Leslie have been successful in terms of fame and money but their real success is raising two daughters, Iris and Maude, who has become accomplished actresses at a very early age.
Fighting for Success: Apatow's Road to a Successful Career
Judd Apatow commenced his career by performing stand up comedy in his senior year of high school at the age of seventeen. After graduating from high school, he moved to Los Angeles and took up the screenwriting program at the University of Southern California. In university, he hosted a couple of on-campus Comedy Night events.
He began producing benefit concerts for HBO's Comic Relief and performing stand-up at The Improv in Hollywood while in college. He dropped out from USC in his second year and moved in with Adam Sandler, an actor, and comedian.
He also participated in the 1989 Johnnie Walker Comedy Search. He was hired as a writer for The Grammy Awards after being introduced to Gary Shandling. In 1992, Apatow appeared on HBO's 15th Annual Young Comedian's Special and shortly after became the executive producer of The Ben Stiller Show.
Judd Apatow Performing at 15th Annual Young Comedians Special
Inevitably, Apatow found himself involved with many major projects such as The Larry Sanders Show, Heavyweights, The Cable Guy, and also was featured in the 1996 comedy album What The Hell Happened To Me?
Presently, he has created the Netflix TV series Love, played in The Disaster Artist, and directed the two-part documentary The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling.
He has won awards like BAFTA, Primetime Emmy, CableACE, CinemaCon and many more.
We wish him best for further and hope to see more of his amazing property empire flashes. Stay tuned.