Bob Iger Net Worth

How much is Bob Iger worth?

Net Worth:$800 Million
Date of Birth:February 10, 1951 (73 years old)
Height:1.85 m, 6 ft
Profession:Business Executive
Bob Iger Net Worth:
$800 Million

Bob Iger is a most famous American personality, one of the richest Businessman and popularly known as the chairman and chief executive officer of ‘The Walt Disney Company’. Robert A. Iger nicknamed Bob who was born in February 1951 in the southern part Oceanside, New York. He became the president of Disney Company in 2000 and also worked as Chief Operation Officers.

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Actor Bob Iger has a networth that has to be considered jaw droppingly high, not to say inspiring.


He spends the whole of his life in New York after his birth. His main motive is to work in television as a news columnist. While studying at Ithaca College, he always focuses on the goals and has a dream to work in CBS News in his future. After so many struggles, he finally got the work of television weatherman in which he has to face the camera for the restricted news station.

Personal Life

He was married to Willow Bay.

He succeeded the controversial Michael Eisner as CEO of the Disney corporation.

Inspirational Quotes by Bob Iger

We have a unique opportunity as Disney because it really is the only true global entertainment brand.

Bob Iger

I don't happen to believe, by the way, that immigration policies that single people out because of religion, for instance, are fair and just.

Bob Iger

Success can breed all kinds of other behavior and cause companies to behave a certain way that isn't necessarily the ingredients for achieving more success. For instance, with success comes arrogance, and that's typically the death of success.

Bob Iger

Honestly, I'm interested in politics; I'm interested in giving back in some form, performing some sort of civic duty. But I'm not exploring a run for governor or senator or anything along those lines. I'm focused on running Disney.

Bob Iger

It's in our best interest to put some of the old rules aside and create new ones and follow the consumer - what the consumer wants and where the consumer wants to go.

Bob Iger