Jerry Seinfield’s net worth is now placed at $800 Million but some magazines whispered it may $820 Million.
Even his reruns are so popular that they are continuing to rake in phenomenal amounts of money for this stand-up celebrity comedian, the best in USA.
In 2010 it was stated that his show Seinfeld had raked in more than $2.7 Billion. Reruns on TV alone generated $2 Billion. He was also the highest earning comedian in 2013 with $3 Billion from syndication royalties.
Property Description (House, Car, Private Jet):
Jerry owns a gulfstream V which is one of the safest business jets in the world; it has Rolls Royce engines and can fly at 51000 Feet. The luxuriously outfitted jet has 14 seats.
He still retains his bachelor studio on West 81st Street but purchased a multi-level apartment at Central Park West in a multi-million dollar deal. He owns two palatial mansions in Colorado and East Hampton.
He is also known for his marvelous collection of 47 Porsches; one record which may not be bettered. He is also the proud owner of a Porsche Carrera GT and a Porsche 959.
Known as Little Jerry in his, he was born to Jewish parents of Hungarian and Syrian descent. His father was a sign maker; from him, it is assumed that, Jerry inherited his massive sense of humor. His got engaged with Jessica Sklar in November 1998 and in December 1999 they both got married. Currently, they have one daughter (Sascha) and two sons (Julian Kal & Shepherd Kellen).
At an early age they moved to Massapequa, Long Island where he finished his graduation in 1976. But, the stand-up comedy bug had bitten him while in college and he started out in small productions in local clubs. His career got a Philip with some notable appearances in HBO special by Rod Dangerfield. Lady luck smiled on him when he bagged a spot in Johnny Carson’s The tonight show followed by some Performances in Late Night With David Letterman, The Merv Griffin show and Benson before disaster struck and he was sacked.
But, he had already arrived on the comedy scene and, before long, was invited to do a sitcom in 1989 by NBC.
Jerry Seinfeld’s Specialties
Jerry Seinfeld is one of the supporters for the Andre Agassi Charitable Foundation and Autism speaks which is an organization dedicated to creating awareness and helping autistic children. He also supports Exploring the Arts and National Parks Conservation Association.