|Net Worth:||$420 Million|
|Real Name:||Adam Richard Sandler|
|Born:||September 9, 1966|
|Age:||55 years old|
|Height:||5ft & 10in / 1.77m|
|Astrological Sign:||Virgo ♍|
|Home Town:||Brooklyn, New York, United States|
|Most Famous For:||Happy Gilmore (1996)|
Adam Sandler has been one of Hollywood’s most bankable stars for decades. He got his start on SNL but was soon starring in movies such as Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore, and The Wedding Singer. The popularity of these films sometimes elevated Sandler to be the «highest paid actor in the world». He’s diversified his career over the years, and taken on more roles behind the camera, but he still manages to maintain his status as a highly paid celebrity.
What Is Adam Sandler’s Net Worth?
Sandler is currently worth around $420 million dollars. That includes all of his assets such as homes, cars, and investments. He has taken on projects and invested wisely, and continues to add to his total net worth each year.
How Does Adam Sandler Earn His Money?
As of 2020, Sandler makes around $20 million per movie, and around $50-60 million a year in income. He is an actor, producer, and director, and also still performs as a stand-up comedian. In addition, he runs Happy Madison Productions, which makes movies that he and his friends often star in. In 2014 and 2017 he signed four-film deals with Netflix for millions of dollars.
Adam Sandler’s House & Real Estate
Sandler owns nearly a half-dozen properties in Hawaii, Long Island, New York City, and New Hampshire. His main residence is a $13 million mansion he purchased from Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn in the Pacific Palisades area of LA.
Inside Adam Sandler’s Multi Car Garage
Cadillac is the brand that Sandler seems to love. He owns a CTS and DTS, each costing over $60,000. He’s purchased multiple sports cars in the past as well. As a ‘thank you’ gift to the stars of his movie Grown Ups he gifted them each a Maserati, valued at $200,000 a piece.
Vacations Adam Sandler Style
Sandler has famously stated that he considers making movies as «paid vacations». He’s chosen some projects specifically because they were in areas he wanted to vacation. 50 First Dates took him to Hawaii, while Blended saw him in South Africa. And Jack & Jill, though universally panned by critics and audiences, did get him on a Carnival Cruise.