Matt Groening Net Worth

How much is Matt Groening worth?

Net Worth:$650 Million
Date of Birth:February 15, 1954 (69 years old)
Height:1.75 m, 5 ft 8 in
Matt Groening Net Worth:
$650 Million

Matt Groening is an American cartoonist who has received several awards in his career. He has done several other endeavors like producing, voice acting, and writing. He is an animator and is best known as the creator of ‘The Simpsons.’ Groening has voiced for the films ‘Hair High’ and ‘Tales of the Rat Fink.’ He is next set to create ‘Disenchantment’ for Netflix.

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


Matt Groening was inspired to be a writer. He was the writer of the comic strip ‘Life in Hell’ from 1977 to 2012. He has written several other books or comics like ‘The Book of Hell’, ‘School Is Hell’, ‘Work Is Hell’, ‘Bart Simpson’s Real Father’, Life’ Before Homer’, ‘Life in Hell’, ‘The Comics Journal’, and ‘The Huge Book of Hell.

Personal Life

Matt Groening married Deborah Caplan in 1986. The couple is the parents of Abe and Homer. They divorced in 1999. He got married to Agustina Picasso of Argentina in 2011. Together, they have a child named Nathaniel Philip Picasso.

Inspirational Quotes by Matt Groening

A lot of our writers, like Conan O'Brien, moved on to other things.

Matt Groening

I grew up completely overwhelmed by TV, and part of the reason why I have gone into television is as a way to justify to myself all those wasted hours of watching TV as a kid. I can now look back and say, 'Oh, that was research.'

Matt Groening

With Charlie Brown, it was about loneliness and isolation. I always thought that the thing about Charlie Brown and those characters was the absence of the parents. Half the strip was about who wasn't there. The parents were never in the picture.

Matt Groening

I went to Bali, and I was in a small village, and somebody who was with me showed a woman a little figurine of Bart and asked: 'Do you know who this is?' And she said: 'Mickey Mouse.'

Matt Groening

I think 'Family Guy' and 'American Dad' have definitely staked out their own style and territory, and now the accusations are coming that 'The Simpsons' is taking jokes from 'Family Guy.' And I can tell you, that ain't the case.

Matt Groening