Mike Judge Net Worth, Career And Real Estate Details 2022!

With a net worth of $75 million, Mike Judge is an American actor, animator, screenwriter, film director, comedian, cartoonist, and musician. In the early 1990s, Mike Judge became well-known for inventing the animated television comedy “Beavis and Butt-Head.” Later, he contributed to the creation of “Silicon Valley,” “The Goode Family,” and “King of the Hill.” A judge has also helmed movies like “Office Space,” “Idiocracy,” and “Extract.”

Mike Judge

Net Worth:$75 Million
Date of Birth: Oct 17, 1962 (59 years old)
Gender: Male
Height:5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)
Profession: Cartoonist, Film director, Animator, Screenwriter, Voice Actor, Film Producer, Actor, Television Director, Music Video Director, Television producer
Nationality: United States of America

Mike Judge Early Life and Career Beginnings

The middle child of three siblings, Mike Judge was born in Guayaquil, Ecuador, in 1962. His father, William, was an archaeologist who also worked for a nonprofit in Ecuador, and his mother, Margaret, was a librarian. Judge and his family relocated to Albuquerque, New Mexico when Judge was seven years old. There, he attended St. Pius X High School. He then continued his education at the University of California, San Diego, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in physics in 1985.

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After graduating from college, Judge worked briefly in physics and mechanical engineering, but he soon got disinterested in the subject. He relocated to Silicon Valley in 1987 to work for Parallax Graphics, a fledgling video card business, but left after less than three months to join Anson Funderburgh’s blues band as the bassist. He bought a 16mm film camera in 1989, and in his new residence in Richardson, Texas, he started making his first animated short films.

Beavis and Butt-Head

The characters of Beavis and Butt-Head, two socially awkward, childish, ignorant, and heavy metal-obsessed juvenile delinquents from Texas, appeared in Judge’s 1992 short film “Frog Baseball.” The cartoon series “Beavis and Butt-Head,” which had its original run from 1993 to 1997, was finally created as a result of the short. In 2011 and 2021, fresh seasons of the show were shown.

Mike Judge King of the Hill

 

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The 1995 creation of the animated series “King of the Hill” by Judge and former “Simpsons” writer Greg Daniels was one of Judge’s greatest artistic achievements. The programme made its Fox debut in 1997 and centred on a Methodist middle-class family residing in a made-up rural Texas town. Judge voiced Jeff Boomhauer, Hank Hill’s neighbour, in addition to coming up with the idea, writing the pilot script, and creating the primary characters. The programme, which ran for 13 seasons and ranks among the longest-running American animated television programmes in history, was a big hit with both viewers and critics.

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Other Television Shows

Judge co-created his third television series, “The Goode Family,” on which he also voiced many characters, after making cameo appearances on shows like “The Simpsons,” “Frasier,” and “Aqua Teen Hunger Force.” The programme had its ABC debut in 2009 but was cancelled after only one season. The fourth programme Judge produced, “Silicon Valley,” which he did with John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky, was more popular.

The HBO comedy, which debuted in 2014, was centred on the challenges faced by Thomas Middleditch’s character, a programmer who founds a startup company in the named Northern California region. The programme received five straight Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Comedy Series during its six seasons and 53 episodes.

Together with Richard Mullins and Dub Cornett, Judge produced the animated documentary series “Mike Judge Presents: Tales from the Tour Bus” in 2017. The only animated programme ever to air on Cinemax was this one.

Mike Judge Film Career

With “Beavis and Butt-Head Do America,” a 1996 adaptation of his popular MTV sitcom, Judge made his feature film directorial debut. With a $12 million budget, the movie grossed almost $63 million at the box office. The darkly humorous satire “Office Space,” which was based on his previous “Milton” cartoon series, was then directed by Judge.

The 1999 movie, which marked Judge’s debut in live-action filmmaking, featured Ron Livingston, Jennifer Aniston, Gary Cole, Stephen Root, and a small role for Judge himself. Even though “Office Space” did poorly at the box office, movie gained cult status among viewers thanks to VHS and DVD.

Judge directed “Idiocracy,” his third feature film, which was released in 2006, following his appearance in Robert Rodriguez’s family film series “Spy Kids.” The dystopian comedy, which starred Luke Wilson and Maya Rudolph, envisioned a society where crass consumerism has fully replaced intelligence and social responsibility.

It quickly developed a cult following, similar to Judge’s other works. After that, Judge helmed “Extract,” which featured a big ensemble cast including Jason Bateman, Mila Kunis, Ben Affleck, and Kristen Wiig. It was generally well received by critics and performed middlingly at the box office. It was seen as a companion piece to “Office Space.” Judge then made appearances in “Punching Henry,” “Sandy Wexler,” “Jackass 3D,” and “The Front Runner.”

Mike Judge Personal Life

Judge wed Francesca Morocco in 1989; the couple had two daughters and a son before divorcing in 2009. The “Animation Show,” a travelling animation event, has been sponsored by Judge and fellow animator Don Hertzfeldt since 2003. The tour, which featured everything from recent computer animation to timeless classics, visited more than 200 cinemas across North America during its initial season.

Mike Judge Real Estate

A 3,700 square foot, $4.5 million villa in Santa Monica, California, was bought by Judge in 2011. It had a master bedroom with a balcony overlooking a pool and hot tub, his and hers baths, and walk-in closets. There was a little inn nearby that had a well-stocked gym. Additionally, Judge had a 7,300 square foot mansion in Austin, Texas, and a 3,696 square foot ranch with six bedrooms, a sizable pool, and a guest house in Malibu.

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