Vince Gilligan Net Worth is $25 Million (as of 2020)
It has been estimated that the current sum of Vince Gilligan net worth reaches as high as 15 million dollars. Vince Gilligan has become famous because of his work on TV, where he has worked on a lot of popular projects as a writer, director and producer. In addition to his work on TV, he has also worked on some feature films. However, he is mostly known as a TV producer, director and writer, and these involvements have also added up to the overall amount of Vince Gilligan net worth.
|Net Worth:||$25 Million|
|Age:||54 years old|
|Date of birth:||Feb 10, 1967|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Occupation:||Television producer, Screenwriter, Television Director|
Firstly, he became famous as a writer when he was hired to work on the popular TV series called “The X-Files”. In addition to working as a writer, he also served as a producer of 24 episodes of this show. In addition, in 44 episodes of this show Vince Gilligan was credited as an executive producer. In 40 episodes of “The X-Files”, Vince Gilligan worked as a sole executive producer. Moreover, in 20 episodes of these series Vince Gilligan worked as a supervising producer. Thus, this show has added up a lot to the total size of Vince Gilligan net worth as well.
Later, he worked on the spin-off of this show, which was called “The Lone Gunmen”. This show consisted of 13 episodes and Vince Gilligan worked as the executive producer of this show.
Vince Gilligan became even more popular with his work on another popular series called “Breaking Bad” on AMC. These series are considered to be one of the most popular and successful television drama series ever created. Thus, this show has also increased the overall amount of Vince Gilligan net worth. In fact, in recent years, “Breaking Bad” has been titled as one of the most acclaimed TV series loved not only by the audience, but also by the critics.
Giving some personal details about him, Vince Gilligan was born in Richmond, Virginia in 1967. When his parents divorced, Vince Gilligan moved to live to Chesterfield County and Farmville. When he made friends with Angus Wall, the duo got interested into filmmaking and created some short films. Vince Gilligan was a student at the prestigious Tisch School of Arts in New York, where he got his BA degree in film production. When he was studying there, Vince Gilligan wrote “Home Fries”, which later was turned into a movie, as well. For this work, Vince Gilligan was awarded with the Virginia Governor’s Screenwriting Award.