Larry David Net Worth

Larry David Net Worth

Facts of Larry David Net Worth

Net worth$800million
Date of Birth:1947 July 2
First NameLawrence Gene
Last NameDavid
Nationalityamerican
Age:72 years old
Birth Nation: United States

The head writer and executive producer of Seinfeld, which is currently in a situation of comedy, Lawrence Gene" Larry" David has a whopping net worth of around $800million.

Better known for the television series titled Curb Your Enthusiasm that aired on HBO. Curb Your Enthusiasm starred David after he played a semi-fictional character of himself which made him popular in the industrial scenario.

Larry David's net worth along with information on his house and shows

After the syndication of Seinfeld, David is estimated to earn about $250 million. The same way in 2008, David made about $55million from Seinfeld syndication, DVD sales, and Curb Your Enthusiasm. He owns an estate in Pacific Palisades which he sold for about $12million though he was asking for $15million.

The mansion is described as a fairytale home which has seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms and also there are a separate guesthouse and fantastic ocean views from the backyard. The mansion is situated on its own private island inside a 2900 acre wilderness reserve and the millionaire outdoors folk comes with a separate hunting cabin.

David's personal life

On 31st March 1993 David married Laurie Lennard and they have two daughters, Cazzie Laurel and Romy March. Both the couples have been contributing the bloggers at The Huffington Post in May 2005. But the couple on 5th June announced their intention to separate and then Laurie David filed for a divorce on 13th July 2007 seeking joint custody of the two's daughter.

David's Early Life and career

David was born in the Jewish family on July 2nd, 1947, Brooklyn, New York, as the son of Rose and Mortimer Julius "Morty" David who was men's clothing manufacturer.

David graduated from Sheepshead Bay High School, and then from the University of Maryland. After college, he enlisted in the United States Army Reserve.

From 1980 to 1982, David worked as a famous writer for and cast member of ABC's Fridays and a writer for NBC's Saturday Night Live(SNL).

In 1989, he teamed up the work for NBC called The Seinfeld Chronicles, which became the basis for Seinfeld which is one of the most successful shows in the history that even reached in the top of TV Guide's list of the 50 greatest TV shows of all the time.David wrote 62 episodes of Seinfeld for which he won a Primetime Emmy Awards.

 

Awards and nominations

David was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his last turn as host in the Saturday Night Live episode "Larry David/The 1975", in 2016 and was also nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for various episodes of Seinfeld from 1991 to 1994.

In 1993, he won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series for the Seinfeld episode, "The Contest", in 1993. Similarly, he also shared an Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series for Seinfeld with the co-creator, Jerry Seinfeld.

The renowned comedian, Larry David was also nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Television Series-Musical or Comedy for his role in Curb Your Enthusiasm in 2002,2004, and 2005. He has also achieved Laurel award for TV Writing Achievement from the Writers Guild of America in 2010.