Chuck Lorre Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, and Career.
Chuck Lorre Net Worth 2020 – Chuck Lorre is an American television writer, producer, and composer. He is best known for creating some of the most famous sitcoms; The Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men and Dharma & Greg. He is also an executive producer for Roseanne.
Chuck Lorre was born Charles Michael Levine on 18 October 1952 in NYC in a Jewish family to his father Robert Levine and mother Miriam Levine. He is of White ethnicity and holds American nationality.
In 1979, Chuck Lorre married his first wife and business partner, Paula Smith. The pair also shares two children. After 13 years of marriage, the couple divorced and also dissolved their partnership. The divorce was finalized in 2010.
Chuck Lorre married his second wife Karen Witter, an actress and former Playboy Playmate. The couple stayed together for ten years and divorced. The two also have two children named Nikki Lorre and Asa Lorre.
In 2017 August, Chuck started seeing a behavioral health specialist named Arielle Mandelson. And in September 2018, he married Arielle Lorre.
Lorre has talked about his struggle for decades with ulcerative colitis, as well as worry, anger/rage, and depression.
After graduating from high school, Lorre enrolled at the State University of New York at Potsdam and dropped out after two years to be a successful songwriter.
During his days at college, Lorre ”majored in rock ‘n’ roll and pot with a minor in LSD.”
After leaving school, Lorre toured across the United States as a guitarist and songwriter. He wrote Deborah Harry’s radio hit single “French Kissin’ in the USA” for her 1986 Rockbird album.
He also co-wrote the soundtrack to the 1987 television series Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with Dennis Challen Brown.
The same year, he created his first show, Frannie’s Turn, but it was canceled after 5 weeks. He created his second show, Grace Under Fire, starring comedian Brett Butler in the year 1993.
Lorre’s third show was Cybill, which won a Primetime Emmy Award in 1995. The show also won two Golden Globe Awards in 1996. He is also the creator of popular shows like The Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men. He is also the executive producer of Mike & Molly.
As of December 2020, Chuck Lorre has an estimated net worth of more than $800 million. He made this wealth by creating numerous shows in his career.
His show Two and a Half Men has won four BMI TV Music Awards in 2004, 2005, 2008, and 2009. In March 2012, he was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame. He has won four BMI TV Music Awards for Two and a Half Men.