Sam Simon Net Worth, Wiki Bio, Source Income, Salary, Earnings, Nationality, Age

Sam Simon Net Worth

Sam Simon Wiki Biography

Samuel Michael Simon was born on June 6, 1955, in Los Angeles, California, to parents of Estonian and Jewish descent. He was a television producer and director, as well as an actor, cartoonist, and professional poker player. He is most known for inventing the animated sitcom TV series “The Simpsons” in the late 1980s. He died of colorectal cancer in March of 2015.

So, how wealthy was Sam Simon? Sam’s net worth was estimated to be over $100 million, with an annual salary of $20-30 million in his later years, according to authoritative sources. The majority of his net worth came from his profession as a television producer, particularly his affiliation with “The Simpsons.”

Sam Simon Net Worth $100  Million

Sam Simon attended Beverley Hills High School and then Stanford University, purportedly on a football scholarship, but dropped out and graduated in 1977 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, despite his dislike of studying. Simon started his career as a newspaper cartoonist before moving on to Filmation Studio as a writer, where he developed several animated shows, including the classic “Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids.” After that, he devised and scripted the sitcom “Shaping Up,” which starred Leslie Nielsen and Jennifer Tilly.

However, it wasn’t until 1989 that Sam Simon’s co-created animated show “The Simpsons” premiered on Fox, that he garnered widespread critical acclaim and public attention. The show was produced by Simon, James L. Brooks, and Matt Groening and was an instant financial hit. Its popularity escalated to the point that “The Simpsons” has aired 25 seasons and 552 episodes.

“The Simpsons,” the longest-running animated sitcom with some of the most beloved cartoon characters, has earned 27 Primetime Emmy Awards, a Peabody Award, and 30 Annie Awards, as well as a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Following that, in 2007, the film “The Simpsons Movie” was released to generally positive reviews and $527 million in box office receipts.

Needless to say, it earned Sam Simon a sizable annual pay, but during the production of “The Simpsons,” Sam Simon assisted in the co-creation of the sitcom “The George Carlin Show,” starring George Carlin and Alex Rocco. Simon next directed episodes of “Friends,” “The Michael Richards Show,” and “The Norm Show,” as well as consulting and directing Drew Carey, Ryan Stiles, and Craig Ferguson in “The Drew Carey Show.” His net worth was boosted by all of these factors.

Simon stepped away from television when he departed “The Simpsons.” Simon’s only other attempt was a comedy series with Charlie Sheen and Selma Blair called “Anger Management.” Simon received Primetime Emmy Awards, an Emmy for Outstanding Animated Program, and a Writers Guild of America Award for his services to the entertainment sector.

Sam Simon was married twice in his personal life, first to Jennifer Tilly (1984-91) and then to actress and model Jami Ferrell in 200. Jenna Stewart was his partner for the last three years of his life. Sam Simon was also a well-known philanthropist, having founded The Sam Simon Foundation, which provides daily assistance to starving families in Los Angeles. In addition, he contributed to PETA and the Sea Shepard Organization. Sam died in 2015, at the age of 59, in Pacific Palisades, California.

Full Name Sam Simon
Net Worth $100 Million
Date Of Birth June 6, 1955, California, United States
Died March 8, 2015, Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles, California, United States
Place Of Birth California
Profession Television producer, Screenwriter, Television Director, Storyboard Artist, Actor, Philanthropist, Professional Poker Player, Cartoonist, Manager
Education Stanford University
Nationality United States of America
Spouse Jami Ferrell (m. 2000–2003), Jennifer Tilly (m. 1984–1991)
Parents Arthur Simon, Joan Simon
Nicknames Samuel Simon , Scarifying Sam Simon , Sort of Frightening Sam Simon , Sortirious Sam Simon , Slithering Sam Simon , simonsam@twitTERROR , Somewhat Shocking Sam Simon , Sam “Sayonara” Simon , ‘Supervisin’ Sam’ Simon , Sam ‘Sayonara’ Simon
Awards Writers Guild of America Award – Valentine Davies Award, 27 Primetime Awards, Peabody Award, 30 Annie Awards, Primetime Emmy Awards, Emmy Outstanding Animated Program award, Writers Guild of America AwardHollywood Walk of Fame
Nominations Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Episodic Comedy, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy Special
Movies “The Simpsons”, “Anger Management”, “The Simpsons Movie” (2007), “Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids”
TV Shows “Friends”, “The Michael Richards Show”, “The Norm Show”, “The Drew Carey Show”
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