Dick Wolf Biography
|Date of Birth:||1946 , December-20|
|Age:||72 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||6 Feet 4 Inch|
|Birth Place/City||New York City, New York, the USA|
|Profession||Writer, Director, Executive Producer, Creator.|
|Net Worth||$550 million|
|Weight in KG||120|
|Married to||Noelle Lippman (separated)|
|Divorce||Susan Scranton, Christine Marburg|
|Education||Phillips Academy, The Gunnery, Saint David's School, University of Pennsylvania,|
|Movies||School Ties, The Super, No Man's Land, When You're Strange|
|TV Show||Law & Order|
|Books||The Intercept, The Ultimatum: A Jeremy Fisk, The Execution: A Jeremy Fisk|
Dick Wolf is a famous television writer, director, executive producer, and creator best known for Law & Order franchise. Similarly, he has written books like The Intercept, The Ultimatum: A Jeremy Fisk Novel, The Execution: A Jeremy Fisk Novel, and many more. Besides writing, directing, and producing, he is also engaged in politics.
Bio, Early Life, And Education
Dick Wolf was born Richard Anthony Wolf on December 20, 1946, in New York City, New York, the USA with the birth sign Sagittarius. She holds American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.
He was born to the parents, Marie G. (mother) and George Wolf (father). Wolf attended Saint David's School and then went to The Gunnery. Later, he enrolled at the University of Pennsylvania and Phillips Academy.
Dick Wolf is famous as a television writer, director, executive producer, and creator. He served as an advertising copywriter creating commercials for Crest toothpaste along with the slogan "You can't beat Crest for fighting cavities" at Benton & Bowles.
Dick then moved to Los Angeles where he produced three screenplays like Masquerade, Hill Street Blues, and St. Elsewhere. Then, from 19090 to 2010, he worked in the Law & Order franchise starring Jerry Orbach, George Dzundza, Chris Noth, Dann Florek, Dennis Farina, and others. Additionally, Wolf was an executive producer of the CBS drama FBI in 2018.
Besides that, the versatile personality is also involved in politics. He is a classmate of the previous U.S. President George W. Bush and was a manager of politician Fred Thompson. Dick supported Thompson in his bid, and as per the reports he contributed to Fred's campaign just before he revealed he was running.
Net Worth And Salary
Dick Wolf is one of the highest-paid celebrity of Hollywood. He has a net worth of $550 million according to the Celebrity Net Worth. As per the reports, the talented star earned around $70 million in 2012.
In January 2019, his wife Noelle Lippman disclosed that he receives at the range of $10 million to $15 million per month from his TV works which makes around $120 million to $180 million annually.
Without any doubt, the producer is currently living a lavish life with his family in a luxurious mansion. However, the information about his assets, cars, villas, and other properties are yet missing.
Personal Life; Married, Divorce, And Children
Taking about Dick Wolf's personal life, he is married three times and divorced twice (officially). He first married to Susan Scranton on September 5, 1970. Sadly, the former couple divorced on March 16, 1983.
Then, Dick moved on in his life and shared wedding vows with second wife Christine Marburg on June 29, 1983. The couple shared three children named Olivia Wolf, Serena Wolf and Elliot Wolf. Unfortunately, their marital relationship also did not run for life long, and they divorced in 2003.
Again, Wolf tied the knot with his third wife Noelle Lippman on June 17, 2006. Together, the pair shares two kids. One of their children name is Rex Wolf, while the other child identity is not revealed. Like Wolf's two marriage, he split with his third wife on Jan 17, 2019; however, the couple has not officially announced that they divorced or not.