We all know Larry David as one of the comedic geniuses of Hollywood. His rise to fame started when he began his career in stand-up comedy in Manhattan, New York, which then eventually led to him becoming a writer for Saturday Night Live (SNL) from 1984-1985...

Larry David's Net Worth

In 1989, David partnered with comedian Jerry Seinfeld to create Seinfeld. The sitcom lasted for ten years, from 1989-1999, and is considered the third greatest TV show of all time, according to Entertainment Weekly

In 2000, David created the now popular and award-winning HBO series Curb Your Enthusiasm. The show won a Golden Globe for Best Comedy - Television Series - Comedy in 2002! The 10th season premiered last year. 

Larry David in the series Curb Your Enthusiasm 

With two Primetime Emmy awards and a Golden Globe on his resumé, Larry David has a net worth of $400 million! His success with Seinfeld greatly contributed to this wealth - in 2015, Hulu acquired the streaming rights for the sitcom for an alleged $20 million for six years

Then, in September 2019, Netflix would also gain access to the show for $500 million. As co-creators of the show, Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld continue to rack up their earnings from DVD sales of the show, syndication and merchandise. 

Larry David attends the LA Premiere Of Neon's The Biggest Little Farm at the Landmark Theater on May 07, 2019 in Los Angeles, California

All in all, Larry's life doesn't seem too shabby with a net worth of $400 million. Larry was previously married to activist Laurie Lennard from 1993-2007, and they have two daughters together.