How Much Is Tom Shadyac's Net Worth?
As of 2022, Tom Shadyac is a $5 million dollar director from the United States.
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Thomas Peter Shadyac is a director, screenwriter, producer, and author from the United States.
He was a communication professor at Pepperdine University's Seaver College. He took part in the Conference on World Affairs in 2011.
Shadyac began teaching film at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2015, starting with the spring semester of that year. Shadyac is a film instructor at the University of Memphis.
As of 2022, Tom Shadyac is a $5 million director from the United States.
The first Ace Ventura, written and directed by Shadyac, was an unexpected blockbuster in 1996. The first Ace Ventura had extremely low expectations from the studio, given Jim Carrey's mediocre star power at the time.
On a shoestring budget of $15 million, the picture was made. It went on to gross more than $100 million in theaters throughout the world. Among the films he produced were "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps," "Accepted," and "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry."
At the height of his career, Tom was regularly paid a base salary of $5 million for his writing, directing, and producing work. He might make tens of millions more thanks to lucrative backend point transactions.
Tom Shadyac is 63 years old and his date of birth is December 11, 1958.
Shadyac was born in the Virginia town of Falls Church to Julie and Richard Shadyac, a lawyer. His mother was of Lebanese ethnicity, and his father was half-Irish and half-Lebanese.
His mother, who died of cancer in 1998, was semi-quadriplegic and spent the majority of her adult life in a wheelchair.
Shadyac went to Falls Church's J. E. B. Stuart High School, where he played basketball, was a member of the Key Club, and was inducted into the Junior National and National Honor Societies.
Prior to his graduation in 1976, Shadyac was listed in the now-defunct "Who's Who Among High School Students" website and book in 1975 and 1976.
Tom Shadyac relocated to Los Angeles in 1983 and joined Hope's staff as a joke writer at the age of 24.
Shadyac had a brief acting career in the 1980s, appearing in a Magnum, P.I. episode in the 1987 film Jocks. He then worked for 20th Century Fox on movies-of-the-week, rewriting and directing them.
In 2013, Shadyac published a book entitled Life's Operating Manual and appeared on HBO's live broadcast show Real Time with Bill Maher as part of the advertising campaign.
Shadyac taught communication as an adjunct professor at Pepperdine University's Seaver College. He took part in the Conference on World Affairs in 2011.
Tom Shadyac's Instagram account username is @shadyacshadyac, where he has gained 1,386 followers so far.
He is also active on Twitter under the username @TomShadyac, which he joined in September 2010.
The author has gained 17.8k followers and has posted 1,084 tweets on Twitter to date.