Jerry Seinfeld Net Worth-Jerry Seinfeld probably had no idea how wealthy he would become when he teamed up with Larry David to produce a sitcom about nothing. Even though “Seinfeld” the programme has been off the air for nearly two decades, Seinfeld the man continues to amass wealth – according to Celebrity Net Worth, he is currently worth an amazing $950 million.
Here are some quick facts about the comedian:
- $950 million in net value
- The 29th of April, 1954, was my birthday.
- Television and comedy tours are the main sources of income.
- Highlights of my professional life include: In 1994, he won two Golden Globes for his role in “Seinfeld.”
Jerry Seinfeld's Promising Comedy Career
Before making the transition to sitcoms, Seinfeld had a successful career as a stand-up comedian, appearing on shows such as “The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson” and “The Merv Griffin Show.”
He co-created, scripted, and acted in “Seinfeld,” which aired for nine years and nine seasons, beginning in 1989. According to Variety, Seinfeld was earning around $1 million per episode by the show's last season.
He's also made a lot of money through syndication deals: according to CNBC, Seinfeld made an estimated $400 million from repeats between 1995 and 2015, and he'll certainly get a substantial portion of the earnings from a new $500 million Netflix contract to air the programme for five years.
And this isn't the first time he's received a large sum of money from the streaming service. According to Forbes, Netflix paid $60 million for two stand-up specials and fresh episodes of “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” in 2017.
Seinfeld also makes a lot of money doing stand-up comedy. According to Forbes, he made more than $20 million on his most recent comedy tour.
Seinfeld made Forbes' Celebrity 100 list in 2020, with $51 million in earnings, thanks to his comedy tours, Netflix collaborations, and syndication royalties.
The Real Estate of Jerry Seinfeld
According to Architectural Digest, Seinfeld paid $32 million for a 12-acre coastal Hamptons property in 2000. There's a 22-car garage, two pools, a barn, and a baseball diamond on the property.
According to Variety, Seinfeld owns a high-floor duplex flat on New York City's Upper West Side as well as a townhouse-style property around the corner from his apartment.