J.J. Abrams Net Worth is estimated to be over $340 Million. J.J. Abrams is one of the highest paid film directors, with a salary exceeding $25 million per film. J.J. Abrams is an American filmmaker and composer. He is best known for his works in the genres of action, drama, and science fiction. J.J. Abrams directorial film work includes Mission: Impossible III (2006), Star Trek (2009), Super 8 (2011), and Star Trek Into Darkness (2013). He also directed, produced and co-wrote The Force Awakens, the seventh episode of the Star Wars saga.
J.J. Abrams Net Worth
|Net Worth||$340 Million|
|Loans & Liabilities||$29 Million|
J.J. Abrams Assets & Investments
J.J. Abrams owns over 8 real estate properties, 10 Cars, and 4 Luxury Yachts. J.J. Abrams’s Assets also include Cash reserves of over $42 Million. J.J. Abrams also owns an investment portfolio of 11 stocks that are valued at $70 Million.
J.J. Abrams Salary per movie
|Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker||$25 Million|
|Super 8||$15 Million|
|Mission: Impossible III||$12 Million|
|Forever Young||$6 Million|
J.J. Abrams Car Collection
J.J. Abrams has recently bought a BMW X6 for $74,000 USD. J.J. Abrams also owns a Audi Q8 that cost him $155,000 USD. A Few other cars owned by J.J. Abrams are listed below.
- Tesla Model X
- Jaguar F-TYPE
- Land Rover Defender
J.J. Abrams House
J.J. Abrams has bought a 9,500-square-foot luxury house for a price of over $36 Million. J.J. Abrams has then renovated this house by hiring an architectural design firm and spending an additional $5 Million on this luxury home. J.J. Abrams has imported Swedish-oak flooring for this property.
J.J. Abrams’s house also comes with a library room and a fireplace in the corner. According to the taste of J.J. Abrams, the house was designed with minimalistic interiors and furniture, with the principal bedroom featuring walls of glass that open directly to the backyard.
Exclusive Facts about J.J. Abrams
|Favorite Actor||Robert De Niro|
|Favorite Dish||Apple Pie|
|Favorite Music Artist||Bob Dylan|
|Favorite Holiday Destination||Netherlands|
J.J. Abrams Childhood
J.J Abrams was born in New York City with the name Jeffrey Jacob Abrams to veteran television producer Gerald W. Abrams (born 1939) of Polish-Jewish descent. His sister is screenwriter Tracy Rosen. His father had just begun his career in television, working at CBS’s flagship television station in Midtown Manhattan the year prior to Abrams’ birth.
J.J Abrams attended Palisades High School and after graduation, Abrams planned on going to art school rather than a traditional college, but eventually enrolled at Sarah Lawrence College, in Bronxville, New York, following his father’s advice.
J.J. Abrams First Job
Abrams’ first job in the movie business was at age 16 when he wrote the music for Don Dohler’s 1982 horror movie Nightbeast. During his senior year at college, he teamed with Jill Mazursky, the daughter of award winning writer/director, Paul Mazursky to write a feature film treatment.
In 1994, he was part of the “Propellerheads” with Rob Letterman, Loren Soman, and Andy Waisler, a group of Sarah Lawrence alums experimenting with computer animation technology. They were contracted by Jeffrey Katzenberg to develop animation for the film Shrek.
J.J. Abrams Later Career
Under his production company, Bad Robot, which he founded with Bryan Burk in 2001, Abrams created and executive-produced ABC’s Alias and is co-creator (along with Damon Lindelof and Jeffrey Lieber) and was executive producer of Lost.
In 2008, Abrams produced the monster movie Cloverfield, which Matt Reeves directed. In 2009, he directed the science fiction film Star Trek. Abrams wrote and directed the Paramount science fiction thriller Super 8, starring Joel Courtney and Elle Fanning, while co-producing with Steven Spielberg and Bryan Burk.
J.J Abrams directed the sequel to Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness, released in May 2013. Abrams directed the sequel to Star The film was interpreted as a loose remake of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
J.J. Abrams Books
In 2019, Abrams made his debut as a writer for Marvel Comics, co-authoring the company’s title Spider-Man from September of that year with his son Henry. The first issue of the comic includes the death of Mary-Jane Watson, and a twelve-year time shift, with the series’ protagonist being Ben Parker, son of Peter Parker and Mary Jane.