How rich is J. J. Abrams?
J. J. Abrams Net Worth:
J. J. Abrams Net Worth:
J.J. Abrams Net Worth $95 Million
Jeffrey Jacob Abrams popularly called ‘J.J. Abrams’ is well known American film and television performer, producer, director, screenwriter and composer. Abrams landed on world on June 27, 1966 in NYC, NY, U.S. He’s the son of well-known television producer ‘Gerald W. Abrams’ and executive producer ‘Carol Ann Abrams’. Abrams began his career in the youthful age of 16 as a writer of music for the film ‘Nightbeast’. While studying at senior school, he composed a feature film treatment along with Jill Mazursky. It had been his first film as a producer. Following the film, he produced film named ‘Regarding Henry’. He also became the co-writer of the comedy film ‘Gone Fishin’. In 2001, he founded his own production firm named ‘Bad Robot’ along with Bryan Burk. Under his production business, he became the co-creator and executive producer of ‘ABC’s TV series ‘Alias’. In exactly the same year, he made his directorial debut with the American actions secret agent film ‘Mission: Impossible III’. The film helped to list him as a fantastic director.
In 2013, J.J. Abrams released another directorial film ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’. His recent work as director and producer was seen in the 2013 film ‘Star Wars Episode VII”. From his extraordinary work as a producer and director, he could have collected tremendous number of net worth which he hasn’t exposed in people.
|Birth date:||June 27, 1966|
|Birth place:||New York, United States,|
|Profession:||Film director, producer, screenwriter, composer|
|Education:||Sarah Lawrence College, Palisades Charter High School,|
|Spouse:||Katie McGrath (m. 1996)|
|Children:||Gracie Abrams, Henry Abrams, August Abrams|
|Parents:||Gerald W. Abrams, Carol Abrams,|
|Awards:||Writers Guild of America Awards, ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards (2004), Emmy Awards (2005), ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards (2006), Saturn Award (2012), Empire Awards (2016)|
|Nominations:||PGA Awards, BAFTA Awards, and Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films awards|
|Movies:||“Mission: Impossible 5”, “Felicity”, "Lost', “Regarding Henry”, "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" (2015), "Star Trek Into Darkness" (2013), "Star Trek" (2009), Forever Young (1992), Armageddon (1998), Cloverfield (2008)|
|TV shows:||Fringe, Undercovers, Lost, Alias, Felicity, Odd Jobs, The Catch|