Dick Wolf Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, and Career
Dick Wolf Net Worth 2020 – Dick Wolf is an American television producer, best known as the creator and executive producer of the Law & Order franchise since 1990 has included six police/courtroom dramas and four international spinoffs.
Moreover, Wolf has also written four books which include Law & Order: Crime Scenes, The Intercept, The Execution, and The Ultimatum.
Wolf was born as Richard Anthony Wolf on 20th December 1946, in New York City, New York, United States. Moreover, Wolf’s nationality is American and his ethnicity is mixed of (Jewish, Irish).
He was raised by his parents, Marie G. and George Wolf. Wolf’s childhood was very normal with good quality life as his father was an advertising executive and his mother was a common homemaker.
Wolf tied the knot with Susan Scranton, a Writer on September 5, 1970. The couple lasts for 13 years of a marital relationship. However, the couple didn’t last for long and they divorce later in 1983.
After the divorce, he tied the knot with Christine Marburg on June 29, 1983.
The couple shared 4 lovely children including Olivia, Serena, Rex, and Elliott Wolf. Unfortunately, the separated in 2005 because of some misunderstandings between them.
Later, he again married Noelle Lippman on June 17, 2006. The couple shares a beautiful daughter, Zoe Amelia.
He was an altar boy and attended Saint David’s School. Before attending the University of Pennsylvania, he studied with 43rd U.S. President, George W. Bush as a classmate at Philips Andover Academy, from which he graduated in 1969.
Later, he attended prep school which helped him for School tie screenplay.
Wolf went on to launch a successful career in advertising, writing and producing more than 100 TV commercials and penning the slogans “You can’t beat Crest for fighting cavities” and “I’m Cheryl, fly me” for National Airlines.
Yet despite his success in copywriting, Wolf decided to transition to long-form narratives for the screen.
He wrote and produced 1978’s Skateboard, an endearing teen flick that became his first feature film, and then penned the 1981 news comedy Gas.
Wolf got his breakthrough after he created the television series, Law & Order, and also popular in the world for being the executive producer of the television series.
For Wolf’s work, he received many prestigious awards including 2 times Primetime Emmy Award from 1997 to 2007.
Furthermore, Wolf has got many PGA Awards for 4 different times and also nominated thrice for other awards.
Moreover, he received this award for the first time in 1997 for Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television.
Currently, Wolf is active in the entertainment world from the start of the 1970s. From that time on he has contributed a lot to the film and television industry.
For this commitment on television, he was honored as the Star on the Walk of Fame in 2007.
Dick Wolf has a net worth of $550 million.