Recognized As the Writer Of The Colbert Report, How Much Has Bobby Mort Made From His Career?

News by Valdemar Published on 14 Feb,2018 Updated on 14 Feb,2018

Emmy award-winning writer and producer Bobby Mort has won millions of hearts from his writing creativity. He is also known as a writer for television shows and movies like LoudermilkCircle of Pain, Under the City, and The Colbert Report among others.

How much net worth has the writer accumulated from his career? What is Mort's present net worth? We have all details of his source of income here.

How much is Bobby Mort's Net Worth? His Sources of Income 

Bobby Mort has earned handsome amount of net worth from his career. If we believe some online sources, the Emmy Award-winning writer, Mort has accumulated an estimated net worth of $7 million, not the official figure. But it is surely a seven-digit figure.

Mort's primary source of income is his profession as a writer and producer. He is recognized for his writing in television series LoudermilkThe Bozo Super Sunday Show and Circle of Pain. He also wrote movies like Scorched Earth and Under the City.

Writer and producer Bobby Mort

Writer and producer Bobby Mort

Source: Goodman Theatre

Furthermore, he also wrote the late night talk show The Colbert Report which was hosted by anchor Stephen Colbert. He even received a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in 2013 for the show.

He is the founder of the sketch comedy trio Maximum Party Zone which helps him add more to his income.

Bobby Mort's Career Highlights

Mort started his career as a writer and producer in theatre. During the initial phase of his career, he performed at iO Theater. Mort's career rose after he wrote the screenplay of Beatdown and Locked Down.

Following the success, Mort wrote several TV series and movies like LoudermilkThe Bozo Super Sunday Show, Circle of Pain, and Under the City.

Writer and producer Bobby Mort

Writer and producer Bobby Mort

Source: Zimbio

His most recently co-wrote 2018 science friction movie Scorched Earth with co-writer Kevin Leeson. He also wrote the talk show of The Colbert Report, for which he received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing in 2013.

Bobby Mort: Quick Facts