Adam Sandler Net Worth, Money and More

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Adam Sandler is one funny man who knows how to do some serious business. Adam Richard Sandler was born of 9th September 1966. He discovered and nurtured his talent as a natural comic through regular performances at campus and clubs while he was at the New York University.  He made his mark as a cast member of the popular TV show ‘Saturday Night Live’. Sandler has been a part of movies like Billy Madison (1995), Big Daddy (1999), Happy Gilmore (1996), Mr. Deeds (2002) and more. His movies have grossed more than $ 2 billion at the box office. One of the most bankable superstars in Hollywood, Sandler’s estimated net worth is $300 million. He has earned a place for himself in the list of the highest earning celebrities in Hollywood.


Adam Sandler receives around $ 20 million per movie. Not only this, Sandler also commands a decent percentage of the GROSS profit of his movies.

It is not much of a surprise that Sandler receives such high income for his work because the box office collection of some of his movies is around $ 150 in U.S. alone. According to Forbes, for every dollar Adam Sandler has received for his work, his movies have made about $9.

Sandler was a part of Hotel Transylvania , an animated film, which earned $347 million on a budget of $85 million. It is one of his biggest hits to date. Other movies which have contributed greatly in making Sandler a wealthy man include ‘Happy Gilmore’ , ‘The Wedding Singer’, ’Grown ups’  and more.

Sandler’s star power has earned him reliable fans which remain unaffected by the bad reviews some of his movies have received in the past. For example, although the movie ‘Grown Ups’ was give only 10 out of 100 by Rotten Tomatoes, it managed to earn $271 million at the box office.


Once Sandler had made a name for himself in the world of comedy and acting, producing movies seemed to be the next best thing. This is exactly what he did. Sandler established his very own production company, ‘Happy Madison Productions’, in the year 1999. Other than producing most of Sandler’s movies, the company is known for developing the TV series “Rules of Engagement” in 2007. Adam was not all that successful as a screenwriter and a producer initially but his recent productions have been received well by the audience.

Sandler’s annual income has been pretty much consistent over the past few years. He managed to earn $ 40 million in the year 2010 as well as 2011. His earnings for the year 2013 are around $37 million.




The entertainment industry has been extremely kind to Sandler. He has achieve a lot in all these years, be it fame, success or money and he does not mind giving something back every once in a while. Sandler donated $ 1 million to Boys and Girls Club in Manchester (his hometown). He donated 400 Sony Playstations to the Israel- Lebanon war victims in Israel. Other than this, Sandler has been a part of charity events such as ‘Autism Speaks’ and America: A Tribute to Heroes (charity telethon for victims of 9/11).




Being one of the highest paid celebrities in Hollywood, Sandler leads an extremely luxurious life. He owns a huge mansion is Pacific Palisades, Los Angeles.

His other mansion is in Bel Air (California) and is worth $ 42.5 million. Adam Sandler owns a Cadillac  Escalade Hybrid, a full size luxury SUV which compliments his lavish life perfectly.




Sandler is married to actress Jacqueline Samantha Titone. The wedding took place on 22nd June in the year 2003.The couple has two beautiful daughters-Sunny and Sadie.


Adam Sandler generally prefers to stick to his funny and goofy ways for most of his movies. He never takes his critics too seriously and does what he is best at, i.e. making people laugh. This has kept him going on and going strong for all these years.


Quote: I had my moments of being humiliated and then I had moments of doing something humiliating. I’m glad I lived out both roles. 

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