Joss Whedon Net Worth, How Did Joss Whedon Build His Net Worth Up To $100 Million?

Joss Whedon Net Worth, How Did Joss Whedon Build His Net Worth Up To $100 Million?

Facts of Joss Whedon Net Worth, How Did Joss Whedon Build His Net Worth Up To $100 Million?

Net worth$100 Million
Date of Birth:1964 June 23
First NameJoseph Hill
Last NameWhedon
NationalityAmerican
AkaJoss Whedon
Age:55 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 10 Inch

Joss Whedon is an American screenwriter, film & television producer and film & producer-director who has a net worth of $100 million. He is the co-founder of Bellwether Pictures and also the founder of Mutant Enemy Productions. Joss has established himself as a composer and a comic book author.

How Much Is Joss Whedon Net Worth?

Annual Income: $25,000,000.00

Monthly Income: $2,080,000.00

Weekly Income: $480,000.00

Daily Income: $68,000.00

Joss is one of the successful personalities in the film industry who has a net worth of $100 million. He has acquired this amount of net worth by making profession in directing, composing and writing.

In 1993, Joss received $750,000 with an additional $250,000 if production had commenced after the sale of Suspension. In 1994, he also received $1.5 million of Afterlife with an additional $500,000 if production had commenced)

Joss Whedon Property

He has owned a mansion in Los Angeles worth $4 million including Home office, Gaming Room, and Sports Room.

How Did Joss Whedon Start His Career and Professional Life? Let's Know

Joss Whedon started his career as a staff writer for the 1989 sitcom "Roseanne", where he was the writer and also the producer. In the same year, Joss also worked as a staff writer for the show, "Parenthood". He created his first TV show, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" starring Kristy Swanson, Hilary Swank and Donald Sutherland, which released in 1992.

Joss has been nominated for Emmy Award for the 1999 episode “Hush“. He wrote the script for the movie, "Atlantis: The Lost Empire" in 2001 and also created the comic book line, X-Men in 2004. In 2008, Joss finished his 24 issue run and then handed over the writing reins to Warren Ellis.

Joss co-wrote and produced the thriller flick titled "The Cabin in the Woods" with director Drew Goddard in 2009. He also wrote and directed the superhero movie, "The Avengers" in 2010, which went on to make waves at the box-office. He has written and created many other movies and films too.

Joss has earned several awards in his career life. He won numerous awards like Eisner Award– Best New Series for Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season Eight in 2008, Bradbury Award- Outstanding Dramatic Presentation in 2009, Emmy Award– Outstanding Short-Format Live-Action Entertainment Program for Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog.

Joss also won the Saturn Award- Best Director for the movie, "The Avengers" in 2013 and was nominated for the Empire Award for the same movie.

Know About Joss Whedon Early Life And Childhood

Joss Whedon was born on 23 June 1964 in New York City, USA as Joseph Hill Whedon. He is the son of Tom Whedon, a screenwriter and Lee Stearns, a teacher & novelist. He has five siblings, brothers Jed Whedon, Samuel Whedon, Zack Whedon, and Matthew Whedon. 

Concerning about his education, Joss went to Riverdale Country School in New York City, where his mother taught history. Then, he spent three years at Winchester College in England and graduated from Wesleyan Universit in 1987.

Joss Whedon Wife And Children

Talking about his personal life, Joss Whedon got married to Kai Cole, an architect, producer and co-founder of Bellwether Pictures in 1995. They dated each other for many years before getting married. Later, the couple was blessed with two children, daughter Squire Cole and son Arden Cole. Unfortunately, they got a divorce in July 2016, and Kai said that Joss has been unfaithful to her.


ScreenwriterEmmy AwardSaturn AwardEmpire AwardJoss Whedonfilm & television producerfilm & producer-directorBellwether PicturesMutant Enemy ProductionsKristy SwansonHilary SwankDonald SutherlandDrew GoddardEisner AwardBradbury AwardJoseph Hill WhedonKai Cole