How much is Kevin Smith worth? $25 million
How did Kevin Smith earn his money and wealth?
Kevin Smith was born in Red Bank, New Jersey, U.S., on August 2, 1970. He is a filmmaker, acting professional, comedian writer, well-known author, and podcaster. Kevin Smith got his enhanced popularity with Clerks (1994), a low-budget funny movie, which was written, directed, co-produced, and even acted as the Silent Bob of stoner-duo, Jay, and Silent Bob. Jay and Silent Bob have showed up in Smith’s follow-up movies “Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and Clerks 2” which were mainly in his home state of New Jersey. While not totally successive, the flicks regularly presented crossover story components, personality sources, and a distributed cannon described by his fan followers as the “View Askewniverse”, known as View Askew Productions, which he co-founded with Scott Mosier.
Kevin Smith also directed and created movies such as the buddy cop action comedy “Cop Out” (2010), the scary film “Red State” (2011), and the scary comedy “Tusk” (2014), the first film in the “True Northern trilogy”.
Smith owns a comedy book store in Red Bank New Jersey, “Jay and Silent Bob’s Secret Stash”, that is the topic of the reality-television show “Comic Book Men”. He also serves the show on movie-review on television show Spoilers. Several shows are hosted by him on his own since he is a podcaster, “SModcast Podcast System”, such as “SModcast, Fatman on Batman”, and the live show “Hollywood Babble-On”. He is well known for taking part in long, comical Q&A classes that are often shot for DVD launch, starting with “An Evening with Kevin Smith.”
In 1997, Smith was employed by “New Line” to rewrite “Overnight Delivery”, which was anticipated to be a smash hit teenager movie. Smith’s then-girlfriend Joey Lauren Adams almost took the part of Ivy in it, instead of the female lead in “Chasing Amy”. Gradually she missing out to “Reese Witherspoon”, and Overnight Delivery was silently launched straight to video in April 1998. Smith’s participation with the film was exposed online, but he continues to be unaccredited. He has said that the only field which really used his conversation was the opening scene, which contains referrals to long-time friend of Smith Bryan Johnson.
In 1998, Smith had shot for two TV advertisements for Coca-Cola, which he took in New Jersey. In 2000, Smith and Mosier joined with tv writer David Mandel to develop a cartoon based television show on Individuals, called Clerks: The Animated Series that was broadcasted on ABC in May 2000.
What are the highest grossing movies of Kevin Smith?
- Clerks II (2006) – $26,983,776
- Clerks (1994) – $3,151,130
- Tusk (2014) – $1,826,705
- Red State (2011) – $1,104,682
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