Chuck Lorre net worth

Chuck Lorre net worth

Net Worth: $600 million

About Chuck Lorre

One of the best paid producers Chuck Lorre net worth has an estimate of 600 million dollars. In addition to his career as a producer, Chuck Lorre net worth also comes from writing scripts, composing and directing films. The hit shows to which Chuck Lorre contributed include “The Big Bang Theory”, “Two and a Half Men” and “Grace Under Fire”. One of his current works includes producing the TV show entitled “Mike and Molly”. Initially, Chuck Lorre wanted to become a musician with sold out tours all around the world.

However, in 1986 he changed his mind and decided to get involved into television and cinema business. Born in Long Island, New York, in 1952 Chuck Lorre whose real name is Charles Michael Levine got his big break in the television business with the release of the TV show called “Grace Under Fire” which started in 1993 and which started to accumulate the Chuck Lorre net worth.

According to Forbes, during the years 2010-2011 Chuck Lorre earned around 35 million dollars, which added a lot to the overall amount of his net worth. Moreover, the TV shows that Chuck Lorre producers are considered to be the biggest moneymakers in the television. Talking about his recognition, Chuck Lorre got his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2009. The star was raised in a Jewish household and he quitted attending the University of New York and Potsdam, when he decided to concentrate on his career as a musician. After he left university, Chuck Lorre tried to tour the United States playing the guitar and writing his own songs. He was quite successful in songwriting.

Chuck Lorre wrote a single called “French Kissing in the USA” for Deborah Harry, which was included in her album “Rockbird” released in 1986. Also, Chuck Lorre contributed to the composing the soundtrack for the children favorite TV series back in the days called “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”. Soon after, Chuck Lorre switched to being a script writer and he was one of the writers for the show entitled “Roseanne”. Other shows which also added to the total amount of Chuck Lorre net worth include “Cybill” which ran from 1995 until 1998 and “Dharma and Greg” which was broadcasted from 1997 and lasted till 2002. Talking about his awards and achievements, Chuck Lorre received four BMI Television Music Awards. Moreover, his name was inscribed into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in 2012.


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