How Much Is Judge Judy’s Net Worth?
How much is Judge Judy’s Net Worth? Judge Judy’s so rich she could buy a 150-foot luxurious yacht. Oh wait, Judith Sheindlin, aka Judge Judy, already owns a yacht half the size of a football field. It’s called the Triumphant Lady Yacht fit for a Queen, or in this case, the most popular Judge in History. Considering Judge Judy’s net worth is around $300 million, she can more than afford this luxury item. Judith Sheindlin became one of the wealthiest and most successful Reality Stars on TV through multiple sources of income.
For instance, you can rent Judith Sheindlin’s Yacht when she’s making more Judge Judy episodes for only $150,000.00 per week plus expenses. Considering it takes 51,000 liters to fill the tank, (How many gallons is that?) the expenses will add up quick.
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Judge Judy’s Salary
Judge Judy now 74 years young, only films 52 episodes for her courtroom show every season. In 2013, it was reported Judge Judy made $47 million for that season alone. Judge Judy’s salary is now over $1 million per episode or over $52 million for the 2017 season. Did you know her show has become more popular than Oprah’s as far as the ratings go?
Judy Sheindlin – Wikipedia It was reported in mid-2012 that Sheindlin was the highest-paid television personality, making $123,000 per episode of Judge Judy, or $6,396,000 annually for the 52 days per year that she tapes her show. In October 2013 it was reported that Sheindlin was still the highest paid TV star, earning $47 million per year for Judge Judy.
After the 60 Minutes special on her family court career in 1993 and authoring her first book shortly thereafter (Don’t Pee on My Leg and Tell Me It’s Raining), Sheindlin was approached about starring in a new reality courtroom series, featuring “real cases with real rulings.” She accepted the offer.
New York City prosecutor and judge, Sheindlin has spent more than 20 years in court with juveniles, both delinquents and objects of delinquency, and parents and custodians who are, lamentably often, delinquent themselves