Rob Burnett is an American producer, director and writer who has a net worth of $32 million. Rob Burnett has earned his net worth as a five-time Emmy Award-winning executive producer of Late Night With David Letterman, a U.S. late night talk show that airs on CBS. Burnett is also the president and CEO of Worldwide Pants, an American television and film production company owned by comedian and talk show host David Letterman.
At Worldwide Pants INC, Burnett oversees both the LATE SHOW and THE LATE LATE SHOW with CRAIG FERGUSON. Additionally, he serves as co-president of B&B Productions, a production company in the Worldwide Pants family. He was born on July 08, 1962 in North Caldwell, New Jersey, and he started his television career in 1985 as an intern for David Letterman. Then in 1992 he became the head writer for the show, during this time he also helped develop the American television sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. Along with Jon Beckerman, Burnett created two critically acclaimed series for network television, the comedies Ed, and The Knights of Prosperity. “Ed,” was broadcast on NBC from 2000 to 2004, the show won a People’s Choice Award and earned them an Emmy nomination for writing. The “Ed,” series is where Burnett made his directorial debut in February 2003. The Comedy TV series “The Knights of Prosperity,” was based on a group of blue-collar guys who decide to rob Mick Jagger. This joint venture between Touchstone Pictures, Worldwide Pants Inc., and B&B Productions, premiered on ABC in 2007. He graduated in 1984 from Tufts University, he majored in English and he also played varsity soccer. In 2008 Tuffs University presented Burnet with the P.T. Barnum Award for his exceptional work in the field of media and entertainment. He is married to his wife Eunice; they have two daughters and one son.
|Date of Birth:
|Jul 8, 1962 (59 years old)
|Television Producer, Screenwriter, Television Director
|United States of America