Simon Cowell Net Worth

Simon Phillip Cowell Net Worth

Real Name: Simon Phillip Cowell
Date of Birth: 10/7/1959
Place of Birth: London, England

2017 Net Worth: $550 Million
2016 Earnings: $95 Million

Profession: Television Producer, Music Producer, Reality Television Celebrity, Talent Scout

Simon Cowell Biography


Simon Cowell was born in Lambeth, London, England, and raised in Elstree, Hertfordshire. His father was an estate agent developer and music industry executive. His father first landed him a job with the music recording giant EMI Music publishing.

Cowell is perhaps best known for his role as a judge on American Idol. His notorious, and sometimes cruel, criticism made him both loved and hated. After leaving American Idol, Cowell launched his own show in several countries called The X Factor, and America’s Got Talent, Britain’s Got Talent, and Got Talent.

Whether it’s Cowell’s talent or scathing criticism, he has worked his way to the top of the list of richest stars in both London and Hollywood. Simon is estimated to be the 6th richest person in the British music industry. He owns homes in both Beverly Hills, California and West London. His Beverly Hills estate is worth $15 million and is surrounded by affluent neighbors such as Madonna and Tom Cruise. Cowell loves his million dollar Slipstream yacht and frequently spends his summer vacations aboard it, along with long trips on his jet ski. Simon has a great love of expensive cars. He owns several Ferrari’s, a Bentley Azure, Mini Cooper, Bugatti Veyron, Lamborghini Gallardo Spyder, a 1932 Ford V8 Mode B, and a Rolls Royce Phantom.

Between Cowell’s television productions, music publishing house (Syco), his autobiography receipts, and his personal appearances, Cowell is not only a busy man, but a super-rich one as well. Simon Cowell’s net worth is $550 million. This places him among the richest of all television personalities, as well as the richest of music and television producers.

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