Published On: Thu, Sep 28th, 2017

Ted Field Net Worth; How Much Is Ted Field Net Worth?

Ted Field Net Worth in 2018: $1.2 billion

Ted Field is known as one of the richest celebrities in the world, he is a businessman, film producer and media personality; he is known as family member of The Field and according to different sources his total net worth in 2017 is $1.2 billion.


The American billionaire Frederick Woodruff “Ted” Field was born on June 1, 1953 to Marshall Field in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois; while his father was owner of Chicago Sun-Time from 1956 to 1965.

His mother Katherine Woodruff Fanning has worked as a newspaper editor in many newspapers, during his young age.

His parents get divorced and he with sisters lived with mother while her mother married to another person and they moved to Anchorage, Alaska later.

The step father of the billionaire in 1967 purchased the Anchorage Daily News, after the death of him, his mother controlled the business.

After graduation he entered in formula race, while later he produced many super hit films, in 1982 he founded the production company Interscope Communications and through this film, many movies were produced.

After leaving the Interscope, he purchased the ARTISTdirect Records which helped him to earn a huge amount while later he formed Radar Pictures and he is the known as the chairman as well as CEO of this company, and he produced several movies which have won many awards.

According to reports, he has released numerous super hot films while there are some most favorite series like Critical Condition, Cocktail, Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure, Three Men and a Little Lady, The First Power, The Gun in Betty Lou’s Handbag, FernGully: The Last Rainforest, Snow White: A Tale of Terror, The Last Samurai, The Invention of Lying, Kickboxer: Vengeance and Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle.

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