Phil Rosenthal Net Worth, Professional Career Along With Wife and More!

Phil Rosenthal Net Worth – $200 million

Phil Rosenthal Net Worth $ 200 million
Real Name Philip Rosenthal
Date of Birth 27th January 1960
Nationality American
Profession Writer and Producer
Age 61
Height 5’8”
Weight 78 kg
Children 2


Phil Rosenthal is an American producer and writer who has an estimated net worth of $200 million. Rosenthal became famous for Everybody Loves Raymond that he created, produced, and wrote. It was started in 1996 and ran for ten years till 2005.

His wife Monica Horan is also an actress who featured in the show as MacDougall Barone. She appeared as then-girlfriend and later wife of Robert Barone in that show. Rosenthal is credited as a writer on 21 episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond.

There were nine seasons and more than 210 episodes; he decided to take retirement from this series. He was born on 27th January 1960 in Queens, New York, and spent most of his life in New York City, Rockland County. Phil Rosenthal got a degree in acting from Hofstra University in 1981.

He collaborated with a friend and submitted a script for Roseanne at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Moreover, he started writing for many tv sitcoms in which Coach and Baby Talk, Everybody Loves Raymond is included.

Monica and Phil have two children since 1990, and their marriage was the inspiration for many episodes of Everybody Loves Raymond. They live in Los Angeles in an 11 bed home that they brought for $4.685 million in 2005.

Moreover, Rosenthal directed many political and charitable projects such as the White House Correspondents Dinner diner video, Bill Clinton, and 9/11 telethon America. He got Peabody Award and an Emmy nomination for outstanding writing. His one of the best documentary film is Exporting Raymond.

The six episodes of “ I’ll Have What Phill’s Having aired on PBS in 2015. Phil Rosenthal launched a national campaign in 2020 called “ Somebody Feed the People” that supported organizations to provide meals during the presidential election. Moreover, he signed the deal with Simon & Schuster that will publish the accompanying cookbook in 2022.

Phil Rosenthal

Phil Rosenthal

Phil Rosenthal

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