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Brad Falchuk, an American TV writer, director, and producer, has a net worth of $30 million as per celebritynetworth.
Along with being the husband of Gwyneth Paltrow, Brad is recognized for his work in producing popular television shows such as Glee, American Horror Story, and Nip/Tuck.
He has been a long-time producing partner of the highly-acclaimed super-producer Ryan Murphy.
|Birthdate||March 1, 1971|
|Occupation||Screenwriter, Producer, Director, the Celebrity couple with Gwyneth Paltrow|
|Education||AFI Conservatory (Masters’s degree)|
|Spouse||Gwyneth Paltrow (m. 2018), Suzanne Falchuk (m. 1994–2013)|
|Children||Isabella Falchuk, Brody Falchuk|
|Siblings||Two (brother: Evan Falchuk; sister: Aimee Frances Falchuk)|
|Social Media Accounts||Twitter, Instagram|
|Height||6 feet 0 inches (1.83m)|
|Net Worth||$30 million|
Brad Falchuk Career
Brad Falchuk is a versatile talent in the television industry, serving as a writer, director, and producer.
He is best recognized for co-creating the popular TV show Glee alongside Ryan Murphy, a comedy-drama program that became a cultural phenomenon.
The dynamic duo also collaborated to create other hit shows such as Pose, American Horror Story, and Scream Queens. In addition, Brad was the executive producer and writer for the TV series Nip/Tuck.
Brad’s writing career started in 2001 when he published Mutant X and contributed to Earth: Last War. He continued to write for Veritas: The Search in 2003, which led to his hiring to work on the inaugural season of Nip/Tuck the same year.
While working on Nip/Tuck, Brad became good friends and partners with Ryan Murphy, and they have collaborated on numerous projects ever since.
They even created the Pretty/Handsome TV pilot in 2008, which focused on a transgender physician and was purchased by the FX network but ultimately not made into a series.
The TV Show “Glee”
The writers partnered with Ian Brennan as Nip/Tuck approached its 6th and final season. Ian has developed a script concerning high school show choirs.
The 3 collaborated to propose the Fox Broadcasting Company, an hour-long comedy about a glee club.
The TV show Glee is a result of this project’s popularity. Two Writers Guild of America Honor nominations for the “Best Comedy Series” trio and “Best New Series” were received.
With the success of Glee, 20th Century Fox Television and Brad agreed to a two-year, seven-figure contract. This agreement included additional Glee work and the creation of new studio projects.
U.S. Horror Tale
In 2011, Brad Falchuk teamed up with Ryan Murphy again to co-create the anthology horror drama American Horror Story, which premiered on FX.
The series starred well-known actresses such as Jessica Lange, Dylan McDermott, and Connie Britton and received 15 Primetime Emmy Award nominations in 2013 and 17 in 2012, including an “Outstanding Miniseries or Movie” nomination for Brad Falchuk.
In 2014, American Horror Story received 17 Primetime Emmy Award nominations once again, and this time Brad was nominated for “Outstanding Writing for a Miniseries, Film, or a Dramatic Special.” Brad also served as an executive producer for American Crime Story.
Brad continued his collaboration with Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan on creating the Fox horror-comedy series Scream Queens, which starred popular actors such as Emma Roberts, Abigail Breslin, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Keke Palmer.
In March 2019, Brad signed a four-year contract with Netflix through his production company Brad Falchuk Teley-Vision, to develop, write, produce, and direct a new television series.
Brad Falchuk Real Estate
Brad purchased a home in LA’s Brentwood neighborhood from director Sam Raimi for $5.6 million in 2014.
Additionally, in the same year, he bought a property in Malibu for $3.85 million, which he sold for $4.65 million in 2016. In July 2019, Brad sold the Malibu home for $10.6 million.
Brad Falchuk Car Collection
information about Brad Falchuk’s car collection is not publicly available; it is known that he and his wife are known for their healthy lifestyle and commitment to wellness.
They follow a strict diet and exercise regimen and have even launched their own wellness company called Goop. Falchuk also advocates for mental health and has spoken publicly about his struggles with anxiety and depression.
Falchuk & Children To Testify In Paltrow Ski Accident Trial, Confirms Attorney
Gwyneth Paltrow is being sued by Terry Sanderson, a retired optometrist from Utah, who accuses her of colliding with him while skiing in February 2016 at Deer Valley Resort, Utah.
The trial started on March 21, 2023, and Paltrow’s family, including her husband and children, will testify.
Sanderson seeks over $3.1 million, claiming permanent brain injury and other damages. Paltrow denies the allegations and filed a countersuit, alleging that Sanderson hit her from behind and is exploiting her celebrity and wealth. The trial is expected to end on March 30, 2023.