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It’s been reported the total sum of David Geffen net worth reaches 5.5 billion dollars, which additionally makes him one of the most affluent individuals on earth. David Geffen is regarded as as one of not so many producers, who created various popular generation businesses, which are known globally.
Ten years later, his second generation business was created which was called “Geffen Records”. All these three firms add lots of sales to the entire sum of David Geffen net worth year after year. Additionally, in 1994 David Geffen co-worked in creating another business called “DreamWorks SKG”, which produced many success movies which are known globally.
Yet, shortly after the postal got a job place in the “William Morris Agency”, David Geffen determined to be a private representative which additionally raised David Geffen net worth a lot. The postal became an representative of artists like Crosby, Still and Nash and Laura Nyro.
Among the best truth about David Geffen is that he started his career as an entrepreneur in his occupation in postal office. There, he soon began to act as a talent agent. David wished to work in the “William Morris Agency” but so that you can get a place there, he needed to show his diploma. David Geffen failed to end any university and school, so, he acquired a fraudulent diploma and got a place in “William Morris Agency”. In his phony diploma, David Geffen wrote he was the grad of the University of California at la. In addition, in the postal service he worked with some folks who afterwards got involved into business sector with him, including Elliot Roberts.
Seeing his possibility, David Geffen was guided to create his own record label business. When the postal was trying to find a record company because of his act Jackson Browne, he founded his first business, known now as “Asylum Records”.
David Geffen Net Worth $55 Million Dollars
|Birth date:||February 21, 1943 age 72|
|Birth place:||Borough Park, New York City, New York, United States|
|Profession:||Businessperson, Theatrical producer, Film Producer, Music executive, Record producer, Television producer|
|Education:||University of Texas at Austin, Santa Monica College, Brooklyn College, New Utrecht High School|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Parents:||Batya Volovskaya, Abraham Geffen|
|Awards:||Tony Award for Best Musical, Tony Award for Best Play|
|Movies:||Interview with the Vampire, Little Shop of Horrors|
More about David Geffen:
|1||Co-founded Asylum Records in 1971.|
|2||UCLA announced in December 2012 that this 'visionary donor'/ philanthropist had also established a $100-million scholarship fund for students of the Geffen School of Medicine.|
|3||Of Polish-Jewish and Ukrainian-Jewish descent.|
|4||In 2006, he donated $1.6 million to the David Geffen Foundation.|
|5||A supporter of Leonard Peltier, whom he believes was wrongly convicted of the 1975 murders of two FBI agents, he said he became disillusioned by Bill Clinton's decision to pardon financier Marc Rich, instead of Peltier. This caused a rift between him and the Clintons, and led to his decision to endorse Barack Obama for president, instead of Hillary Clinton.|
|6||Ranked #12 on Premiere's 2006 "Power 50" list along with DreamWorks co-founder Jeffrey Katzenberg. They had ranked #12 in 2005 as well.|
|7||Same birth date as Mikhail Vartanov, Riccardo Fellini, King Harald V and Nina Simone|
|8||In 2005 he lost a California civil suit, forcing him to grant right-of-way to public sunbathers on the beach of his private home in Carbon Beach, California.|
|9||In 1980 he signed John Lennon to what would prove to be the latter's last recording contract.|
|10||Announced a $200-million donation to UCLA medical school in May 2002, the largest single donation to a US medical school in history. The school will be named The David Geffen School of Medicine. The campus already includes The Geffen Playhouse. which was named after him when he donated $6 million to the university. He has also bestowed gifts of $2.5 million to Los Angeles' AIDS Project, as well as another $2.5 million to New York city's Gay Men's Health Crisis, and $1.4 million to AIDS Action in Washington, DC.|
|11||Sits on USC School of Cinema-Television's Board of Councilors|
|12||Co-founder with Steven Spielberg and Jeffrey Katzenberg of DreamWorks SKG.|
|13||Dated Marlo Thomas and Cher long before he publicly came out as gay.|
|Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles||1994||producer|
|Beetlejuice||1989-1991||TV Series executive producer - 94 episodes|
|Little Shop of Horrors||1986||producer|
|Personal Best||1982||executive producer|
|Little Shop of Horrors||1986||ADR voice - uncredited / producer: off-Broadway production|
|Vito||2011||Documentary special thanks|
|Coming Attractions: The History of the Movie Trailer||2009||Documentary thanks|
|A Single Man||2009||the producers wish to thank|
|The Kid Stays in the Picture||2002||Documentary thanks|
|Medal of Honor||1999||Video Game special thanks|
|Trespasser||1998||Video Game special thanks|
|Barney's Great Adventure||1998||special thanks: "Barney's Godfather"|
|The Art of Impermanence: David Geffen||2012||Documentary short completed|
|Judee Sill: How to Give My Heart Away||Documentary filming||Himself|
|Everything Is Copy||2015||Documentary||Himself|
|All Things Must Pass: The Rise and Fall of Tower Records||2015||Documentary||Himself|
|History of the Eagles||2013||TV Mini-Series documentary||Himself|
|American Masters||2003-2012||TV Series documentary||Himself / Former Agent|
|Legends of the Canyon: The Origins of West Coast Rock||2010||Documentary|
|AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Warren Beatty||2008||TV Special||Himself|
|Hotel California: LA from The Byrds to The Eagles||2007||TV Movie documentary||Himself|
|AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Steven Spielberg||1996||TV Special documentary||Himself (uncredited)|
|Putting It Together: The Making of the Broadway Album||1985||Video short||Himself|
|The 37th Annual Tony Awards||1983||TV Special||Himself - Winner: Best Musical|
|Inside the White House||1995||TV Movie documentary||Himself (uncredited)|
|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|1990||Daytime Emmy||Daytime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Animated Program||Beetlejuice (1989)||· Patsy Cameron (story editor)|
· Tedd Anasti (story editor)
· Tim Burton (executive producer)
· Michael Hirsh (producer)
· Clive A. Smith (producer)
· Patrick Loubert (producer)
· Lenora Hume (supervising producer)
· Stephen Hodgins (coordinating producer)
· Robin Budd (director)
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