Philip Rosenthal is an American television writer and producer who is the creator, writer, and executive producer of the CBS sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. In recent years, he has presented food and travel documentaries I’ll Have What Phil’s Having on PBS and Somebody Feed Phil on Netflix.
Phil Rosenthal Net Worth 2023
|Net Worth:||$200 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Jan 27, 1960 (62 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||Queens|
|Profession:||Film director, Author, Musician, Songwriter, Record producer, Television producer, Screenwriter, Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Philip Rosenthal was born on the 27th of January, 1960, in Queens, New York. Rosenthal was born to a Jewish family and spent most of his childhood living in New York. He attended Clarkstown North High School, where he became very active in the school’s drama club. He graduated from Clarkstown North in 1977. After high school, he attended Hofstra University, from which he graduated in 1981. In the early 1980s, he was an actor based out of New York City before shifting his focus to production work.
Since 1990, he has been married to Monica Horan, and the pair has two children, Lily and Ben. Phil saw Monica for the first time in a play in the mid-1980s and was captivated by her performance and later ended up in the same comedy group and formed a connection over the fact that they were both alumni of Hofstra University.
Here are some of the best highlights of Phil Rosenthal’s career:
- Everybody Loves Raymond (Sitcom, 1996 – 2005)
- Spanglish (Movie, 2004)
- You’re Lucky You’re Funny: How Life Becomes a Sitcom (Autobiography, 2006)
- Simpsons Movie (Movie, 2007)
- Exporting Raymond (Movie, 2010)
- I’ll Have What Phil’s Having (Documentary, 2015)
Phil went on to work as a security guard at the Metropolitan Museum of Art soon after he graduated. Phil began his career as a performer before shifting his focus to production. His early writing and producing credits include Craig T. Nelson’s Coach and Baby Talk. He became well-known as the creator of the popular sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond. He has been in 30 Rock, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and The Simpsons Movie and he hosted the popular PBS TV show I’ll Have What Phil’s Having and later appeared in the reworked version titled Somebody feed Phil on Netflix in 2018. Phil has appeared in a number of films over his career, including Spanglish and The Simpsons Movie.
Rosenthal is the author of the 2006 book You’re Lucky You’re Funny: How Life Becomes a Sitcom. Rosenthal directed President Bill Clinton in a video for the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, co-authored the 9/11 telethon America: A Tribute to Heroes, and created and directed the documentary Exporting Raymond.