|Full Name||Chuck Lorre|
|Profession||Actor, Director, Producer, Writer|
|Birth City||New York|
|Father Name||Robert Levine|
|Mother Name||Miriam Levine|
|No Of Children||2|
|Date of Birth||October 18,1952|
Chuck Lorre is a versatile actor, producer, writer, and director known for producing numerous American Sitcoms like "Young Sheldon," "The Big Bang Theory," etc. Likewise, he also was once the executive producer of the famous T.V. series "Roseanne."
Chuk is currently married to a blogger and health specialist, Arielle Mandelson, but he is also known as the ex-husband of Paula Smith, and model Karen Witter.
Chuck is the producer of American Sitcoms like "The Big Bang Theory," "Dharma & Greg," "Mike & Molly," etc.
These days, Chuck is famous for producing Young Sheldon. He is also frequently talked about his divorce with actress-model Karen Witter.
Chuck is equally praised as a four-times BMI TV Music Award winner in 2004, 2005, 2008, and 2009.
born as Charles Michael Levine, on October 18, 1952, in New York, Chuck Lorre, is currently 67 years old. Likewise, he holds an American Nationality and belongs to White ethnicity.
Chuck's father is Robert Levine, and his mother's name is Miriam Levine. Chuck changed his surname from Levine to Lorre when he was 26 years old.
Growing up, Chuck completed his high school from a school in his home town and later moved to Potsdam's State University, New York. However, he dropped out of university after two years to pursue his career as a songwriter.
Chuck wrote his first song "French Kissing in the USA" for Deborah Harry in 1986. Chuck was also the co-writer of the soundtrack of "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles," which was released in the year 1987.
After his successful musical career, Chuck began producing shows. He created his first show, "Frannie's Turn," which wasn't as successful and was pulled out of the screen in 1993. The same year, he produced another show "Grace Under Fire."
After that, he produced critically acclaimed "Cybill" and co-creator of "Dharma & Greg" along with Dottie Zicklin.
After the success of "Cybill," he created a super successful sitcom "Two and a Half Men" in 2003, followed by "The Big Bang Theory" in the year 2007.
In 2010, Chuck became executive producer of "Mike & Molly" with Mark Roberts. Chuck also co-produced "Mom" along with Eddie Gorodetsky and Gemma Baker.
Recently, in 2017, Chuck signed up as an executive producer, creator, and writer of shows like "Disjointed" and "Young Sheldon." He has also served as co-producer and writer of "Grace Under Fire."
Chuck received a star on the Hollywood Walk Fame in 2009. He was also inducted into T.V. Academy Hall Of Fame in 2012. Moreover, Chuck has won BMI TV Awards four times in 2004, 2005, 2008, and in 2009.
His shows have also won numerous awards; additionally, Lorre is also conferred with an Honorary degree by the University of New York.
Chuck Lorre currently worth over $800 million as of 2020. He has completed three decades as a successful writer.
Most of his shows have turned super successful to this day. His superhit show Two And A Half Men held the record of having the 3rd highest advertising revenue-earning $3.24 million per Half and Hour. Likewise, its T.V. rights are also equally expensive.
Further, his other highest-grossing show was The Big Bang Theory was so successful that all its cast members made $1 million per episode of the series. Likewise, the show made over $5 million only from advertisements.
Likewise, Chuck has also earned a decent amount of money from his musical career; hence Chuck is one of the wealthiest people of Hollywood.
Likewise, he also owns a massive mansion in L.A., Which features two Mediterranean buildings, an outdoor swimming pool. Firepit, vast greenery, a fountain, and a car park, the house is expected to cost over $10 million, now!
Likewise, Chuck isn't all about earning; he also likes giving back to the community he draws from. He runs Chuck Lorre Foundation and has donated around $250 thousand to LAUSD to promote Grant Meal For Students.
Chuck was firstly married to Paula Smith, Chuck's business partner. The pair tied the knot in 1979.
The pair is also blessed with two children Nikki, and Asa, but after living together for 13 years, the couple brought their relationship to an end in 1992.
After divorce, Chuck got re-married to actress-model Karen Witter in 2001, but Chuck and Karen also separated after nine years, back in 2010. Chuck and Karen Witter don't have children together.
After that, Chuck got engaged to Arielle Mandelson in 2017. His current partner Arielle is a blogger and health specialist. Currently, Chuck is living a happy life with her.
|DOB||October 18, 1952|
|Age||67 years old|
|Profession||Actor, Director, Producer, Writer|
Who are the parents of Chuck Lorre?
Chuck Lorre's father's name is Robert Levine, and his mother's name is Miriam Levine.
What is the net worth of Chuck Lorre?
The estimated net worth of Chuck Lorre is over $800 million as of 2020.
Who is the first and second wife of Chuck Lorre?
The first wife of Chuck Lorre was Paula Smith, his former business partner, and his second wife was Karen Witter, a famous actress as well as a model.
Who is the present wife of Chuck Lorre?
Chuck Lorre's present wife's name is Arielle Mandelson, who is a health Specialist as well as a blogger.
Who are the children of Chuck Lorre?
Chuck Lorre had two children with Paula Smith named Nikki and Asa.
What are the approximate height and weight of Chuck Lorre?
Chuck Lorre's approximate height is 179 cm, and weight is 75kgs.