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David Chase Net Worth

David Chase Net Worth is
$80 Million

David Chase Biography

$80 Million: David Chase (Davide DeCesare) (born August 22, 1945) can be an American writer, television producer and director. Chase spent some time working in television for 40 years; he has created and created for such displays as The Rockford Documents, I’ll Fly Away, and Northern Exposure. In 1980, he wrote a Television film known as “Off the Minnesota Strip”, and because of this function, he was awarded an Emmy Award. the first, Nearly Grown, aired for 10 episodes in 1988 and 1989. Chase is most beneficial known for his second initial series, the incredibly influential and critically acclaimed HBO drama The Sopranos, which aired for six months between 1999 and 2007. A prominent physique in American tv, Chase has earned seven Emmy Awards. It’s been claimed that the existing estimate of David Chase net worthy of gets to as high as 80 million dollars. 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After that, he became a maker of some other Television series, including “Northern Publicity” and “The Rockford Documents”. David Chase’s net well worth is usually $80 million dollars. He is suffering from severe depressive disorder and it was specifically prevalent during his college years. He has generated two initial series; He began operating as a tale editor, producer, and article writer in the 70s, on such displays as “Kolchak”, “The Rockford Files”, “Nearly Grown”, “I’ll Fly Away”, and “Northern Publicity”. In 2005, for his focus on Television, David Chase was awarded a particular Edgar Award from the Mystery Authors of America. David Chase may be the creator of the series known as “Nearly Grown”, which aired in the time of 1988-1989. The series got positive feedback from critics, nonetheless it lasted for just a short period of time as just 10 episodes of it were filmed. Nevertheless, he became mainly known when he produced the favorite Television drama known as “The Sopranos”. In his profession he in addition has been able to utilize a few of the biggest titles in the film market. What’s David Chase’s net well worth? Focusing on these series begun to increase the overall quantity of David Chase net worthy of, as well. Born in Mount Vernon, NY, David Chase was raised in NJ and had multiple problems with his home lifestyle. In addition to creating “The Rockford Data files”, he also wrote nineteen episodes for this. He attended Wake Forest University, then used in New York University to spotlight film, and eventually shifted to Stanford University’s College of Film. In 2000, he became a recipient of the Austin Film Festival’s Outstanding Television Article writer Award. He became children name when he started writing, directing, and creating the multi-award winning present, “The Sopranos” for HBO. He has earned multiple awards during the period of his profession, including a Directors’ Guild of America Award, an Edgar Allen Poe Award, a Authors’ Guild of America Award, and six Primetime Emmy Awards. He ultimately attended NY University where he studied filming. He has were able to accumulate this prosperity from his profession as an producer, author of films and editor. He was created in Mount Vernon, NY but was raised in NJ. His childhood was challenging and he experienced melancholy in most cases. David Chase’s net worthy of happens to be at $ 80 million.


Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameDavid Chase
Net Worth$80 Million
Date Of BirthAugust 22, 1945
ProfessionScreenwriter, Television producer, Actor, Drummer, Television Director
EducationStanford University, Wake Forest University, New York University
NationalityAmerican
SpouseDenise Kelly
ChildrenMichele DeCesare
AwardsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special, Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Dramatic Series, Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing – Drama Series, Norman Lear Achievement Award in Television, Special Edgars Award, Producers Guild of America Award - Norman Felton Producer of the Year Award in Episodic Television - Drama, Laurel Award for TV Writing Achievement, PGA Television Producer of the Year Award - Episodic, Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original TV Drama Anthology
NominationsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series, Writers Guild of America Award for Television: Episodic Drama, Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, Edgar Award for Best Television Episode Teleplay, TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Drama
MoviesNot Fade Away, The Rockford Files: Punishment and Crime, Off The Minnesota Strip
TV ShowsThe Sopranos, Almost Grown


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 Livia Soprano's frequently used line "Oh poor You" was something Chase's mother used to say.
2 Based Tony Soprano's experience in psychotherapy for depression and anxiety on his own.
3 Chase named the 'College" episode of _ "The Sopranos (1999)_ as his favorite because of its "self-contained nature". Co-stars James Gandolfini and Jamie-Lynn Sigler agreed it was perhaps their favorite episode as well.
4 Has suffered from severe depression and panic attacks since his teens. His depression was so severe in his first year of college that he often slept for 18 hours a day.
5 He originally wanted to be a professional musician.
6 The character of Livia Soprano is based on his own mother, Norma.
7 Attended Wake Forest University in the mid-'60s. A few of The Sopranos (1999) episodes included references to both Wake Forest's basketball team as well as its location, Winston-Salem, NC.
8 Father of Michele DeCesare.


Net Worth & Salary

TitleSalary
The Sopranos (1999) $15,000,000 (Season 5)


Quotes

#Quote
1 [on the final scene of The Sopranos (1999)] He [Tony Soprano] can never be sure that any enemy is completely gone. He always has to have eyes behind his head. He stood more of a chance of getting shot by a rival gang . . . than you or I do because he put himself in that situation. All I know is the end is coming for all of us. That's what I wanted people to believe. That life ends and death comes, but don't stop believing.
2 Network television at that time was nothing but a world of certainties. The Sopranos (1999) was ambiguous to the point where, to this day, I'm not really sure whether it was a drama or a comedy. It can be both, but people like to reduce it to one or the other. I know there are the two masks, Comedy and Drama, hanging together, but that's not the way American audiences seem to break things down.
3 [on James Gandolfini as Tony Soprano] His eyes are very expressive. There's something about him that's very caring, which you see in him no matter what he's doing. There's a sadness there. As cynical, bullying, vulgar and overbearing as he could be, there's still a little boy in there. He did a lot of mean things, and he enjoyed vengeance, but he didn't seem mean. Somewhere he believed that people are good. There were some roads he was not going to go down, because there was no coming back.
4 [on having to eliminate certain characters during The Sopranos (1999) run] I'd call them into my office and tell them how grateful I was for all the work they'd done, and that this was very painful for the show but that the story had to be served. and this is where the story has taken us--rightly or wrongly--for myself and the other writers. And that the writers had thought about it a lot. We didn't do this easily or cheaply. We never fired anyone for dereliction of duty or for being difficult. It was a hard thing to do, but at the same time, I thought to myself, "Well, I'm writing about a guy who's the boss of a Mafia family, and he has to do these things, too".
5 I was picturing Anne Bancroft as Livia, Tony's mother. We must have read 200 women or more. Then somebody suggested Nancy Marchand. She came up the stairs; she was very out of breath. She sat down and did it, and she was channeling--that character is based on my mother, her mannerisms--she was channeling it. She just got it. The other people were playing this Italian mama who was crazy. She was playing some person who's only hearing what's going on in her head--that was the key.
6 [on the conception of The Sopranos (1999)] When I got over there, they asked, "Would you be interested in doing The Godfather (1972) for TV?" I said, "No, it's already been done". But then I started thinking about this idea that I'd had for a feature film, about a mobster in therapy. I told them about it, they sparked to it, and Fox bought it. When I wrote the pilot script for Fox, I had a feeling that this whole thing wasn't going to happen. I knew what network television is like, and this didn't have that feeling. Sure enough, they passed.
7 It's a cold universe, and I don't mean that metaphorically. If you go out into space, it's cold. It's really cold and we don't know what's up there. We happen to be in this little pocket where there's a sun. What have we got except love and each other to guard against all that isolation and loneliness?
8 I wrote many, many, many a script and they never got made. I could not get arrested, as they say. Nothing started to click movie-wise for me. All the scripts were either too dark or too this or that. Their appetite for me didn't get whetted until The Sopranos (1999), and once they see you are someone who can make a billion dollars, they let you do anything. That's all it comes down to.
9 I guess Tony Soprano has his roots in film noir, but the American gangster picture goes back a lot further than that. But in those films there was a moral accounting. In The Sopranos (1999) there is not. I guess what's essential about it is you are still portraying a hero. In American film, the hero is always the smartest guy in the room, he's always got the answer or the plan. We don't make movies about stumble-bums and slackers or lost souls.
10 [on a perceived change in the traditional view of men as heroes] There are people that will tell you the white American male is clinging to, and nostalgic for, his place at the top of the food chain. Maybe it isn't true anymore and that's what we're seeing.
11 Network dramas have not been personal. I don't know very many writers who have been cops, doctors, judges, presidents, or any of that--and, yet, that's what everybody writes about: institutions. The courthouse, the schoolhouse, the precinct house, the White House. Even though it's a Mob show, The Sopranos (1999) is based on members of my family. It's about as personal as you can get.
12 It wasn't something I was really dying to hear, because my response in my head was: I don't give a fuck - I hate television. But I wasn't used to being talked to that way. - on his reaction to Brad Grey's desire to sign him to a television deal.
13 I felt I was out of step with everything. I remember seeing Pretty Woman (1990) on an airplane. Everybody was laughing their heads off. "Ho-ho-ho!" It wasn't funny to me, it wasn't dramatic--it wasn't anything. I thought, "Why don't I just open the door and jump out?"
14 Network television is all talk. I think there should be visuals on a show, some sense of mystery to it, connections that don't add up. I think there should be dreams and music and dead air and stuff that goes nowhere. There should be, God forgive me, a little bit of poetry.


Pictures

All David Chase pictures

Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2009 Lifetime Achievement Award in Television PGA Awards
2008 PGA Award PGA Awards Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey

Ilene S. Landress

Terence Winter

Matthew Weiner

Henry Bronchtein

Diane Frolov

Andrew Schneider

Martin Bruestle

Gianna Maria Smart
2007 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey (executive producer)

Ilene S. Landress (executive producer)

Terence Winter (executive producer)

Matthew Weiner (executive producer)

Henry Bronchtein (co-executive producer)

Diane Frolov (supervising producer)

Andrew Schneider (supervising producer)

Martin Bruestle (producer)

Gianna Maria Smart (producer)
2007 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series The Sopranos (1999)
2007 WGA Award (TV) Writers Guild of America, USA Dramatic Series The Sopranos (1999) Mitchell Burgess

Diane Frolov

Robin Green

Andrew Schneider

Matthew Weiner

Terence Winter
2005 Special Edgar Edgar Allan Poe Awards The Sopranos (1999)
2005 PGA Award PGA Awards Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey

Mitchell Burgess

Robin Green

Ilene S. Landress

Terence Winter

Henry Bronchtein

Matthew Weiner

Martin Bruestle
2004 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey (executive producer)

Robin Green (executive producer)

Mitchell Burgess (executive producer)

Ilene S. Landress (executive producer)

Terence Winter (executive producer)

Henry Bronchtein (co-executive producer)

Matthew Weiner (supervising producer)

Martin Bruestle (producer)
2003 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Robin Green (writer)

Mitchell Burgess (writer)
2003 Award of Excellence Banff Television Festival
2003 OFTA Television Award Online Film & Television Association Best Writing in a Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Robin Green

Mitchell Burgess
2000 Silver FIPA Biarritz International Festival of Audiovisual Programming TV Series and Serials The Sopranos (1999)
2000 DGA Award Directors Guild of America, USA Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night The Sopranos (1999) Alysse Bezahler (unit production manager plaque)

Henry Bronchtein (first assistant director plaque)

Kenneth G. Brown (second assistant director plaque)
2000 PGA Award PGA Awards Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey (executive)
1999 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) James Manos Jr.
1993 PGA Award PGA Awards Outstanding Producer of Television I'll Fly Away (1991) Ian Sander
1980 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Limited Series or a Special Off the Minnesota Strip (1980)
1978 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series The Rockford Files (1974) Meta Rosenberg (executive producer)

Stephen J. Cannell (supervising producer)

Chas. Floyd Johnson (producer)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2008 DGA Award Directors Guild of America, USA Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Dramatic Series' - Night The Sopranos (1999)
2008 WGA Award (TV) Writers Guild of America, USA Dramatic Series The Sopranos (1999) Diane Frolov

Andrew Schneider

Matthew Weiner

Terence Winter
2007 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Matthew Weiner (writer)
2007 Gold Derby TV Award Gold Derby Awards Drama Episode of the Year The Sopranos (1999)
2007 PGA Award PGA Awards Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey

Ilene S. Landress

Terence Winter

Matthew Weiner

Diane Frolov

Andrew Schneider

Henry Bronchtein

Martin Bruestle

Gianna Maria Smart
2006 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey (executive producer)

Ilene S. Landress (executive producer)

Terence Winter (executive producer)

Henry Bronchtein (co-executive producer)

Matthew Weiner (co-executive producer)

Diane Frolov (supervising producer)

Andrew Schneider (supervising producer)

Martin Bruestle (producer)

Gianna Maria Smart (producer)
2003 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey (executive producer)

Robin Green (executive producer)

Mitchell Burgess (executive producer)

Ilene S. Landress (executive producer)

Terence Winter (co-executive producer)

Henry Bronchtein (producer)

Martin Bruestle (producer)
2003 PGA Award PGA Awards Outstanding Producer of Episodic Television, Drama The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey

Mitchell Burgess

Robin Green

Ilene S. Landress

Terence Winter
2002 WGA Award (TV) Writers Guild of America, USA Episodic Drama The Sopranos (1999)
2001 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey (executive producer)

Robin Green (executive producer)

Mitchell Burgess (executive producer)

Ilene S. Landress (co-executive producer)

Terence Winter (supervising producer)

Martin Bruestle (producer)

Henry Bronchtein (producer)

Todd A. Kessler (producer)
2001 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Frank Renzulli (teleplay)
2000 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey (executive producer)

Robin Green (executive producer)

Mitchell Burgess (executive producer)

Frank Renzulli (co-executive producer)

Ilene S. Landress

Martin Bruestle

Allen Coulter

Todd A. Kessler

Terence Winter
2000 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Todd A. Kessler
1999 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series The Sopranos (1999)
1999 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series The Sopranos (1999) Brad Grey (executive producer)

Robin Green (co-executive producer)

Mitchell Burgess (co-executive producer)

Frank Renzulli (supervising producer)

Ilene S. Landress

Allen Coulter
1999 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series The Sopranos (1999)
1999 TCA Award Television Critics Association Awards Individual Achievement in Drama The Sopranos (1999)
1994 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series Northern Exposure (1990) Andrew Schneider (executive producer)

Diane Frolov (executive producer)

Michael Vittes (co-executive producer)

Michael Fresco (supervising producer)

Cheryl Bloch (supervising producer)

Jeff Melvoin (supervising producer)

Robin Green (supervising producer)

Martin Bruestle (co-producer)

Barbara Hall (consulting producer)
1993 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series I'll Fly Away (1991) Joshua Brand (executive producer)

John Falsey (executive producer)

Ian Sander (executive producer)

Barbara Hall (co-executive producer)

John Forrest Niss (co-producer)

Henry Bromell (co-producer)
1992 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series I'll Fly Away (1991) Joshua Brand (executive producer)

John Falsey (executive producer)

Barbara Hall (supervising producer)

Ian Sander (producer)

John Forrest Niss (co-producer)
1992 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Drama Series I'll Fly Away (1991)
1980 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series The Rockford Files (1974) Meta Rosenberg (executive producer)

Stephen J. Cannell (supervising producer)

Chas. Floyd Johnson (producer)

Juanita Bartlett (producer)
1980 WGA Award (TV) Writers Guild of America, USA Episodic Drama The Rockford Files (1974)
1979 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Drama Series The Rockford Files (1974) Meta Rosenberg (executive producer)

Stephen J. Cannell (supervising producer)

Chas. Floyd Johnson (producer)

Juanita Bartlett (producer)
1978 WGA Award (TV) Writers Guild of America, USA Episodic Drama The Rockford Files (1974)
1977 Edgar Edgar Allan Poe Awards Best Television Episode The Rockford Files (1974)


Filmography

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Not Fade Away 2012 producer
The Sopranos 1999-2007 TV Series executive producer - 86 episodes
The Rockford Files: Punishment and Crime 1996 TV Movie supervising producer
The Rockford Files: Friends and Foul Play 1996 TV Movie supervising producer
The Rockford Files: Godfather Knows Best 1996 TV Movie supervising producer
The Rockford Files: If the Frame Fits... 1996 TV Movie supervising producer
Northern Exposure 1993-1995 TV Series executive producer - 47 episodes
The Rockford Files: A Blessing in Disguise 1995 TV Movie supervising producer
The Rockford Files: I Still Love L.A. 1994 TV Movie supervising producer
I'll Fly Away 1992-1993 TV Series executive producer - 24 episodes
Almost Grown 1988-1989 TV Series executive producer - 13 episodes
Moonlight 1982 TV Movie executive producer
Palms Precinct 1982 TV Movie executive producer
Off the Minnesota Strip 1980 TV Movie producer
The Rockford Files TV Series producer - 62 episodes, 1976 - 1979 supervising producer - 5 episodes, 1977 - 1979

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Not Fade Away 2012 written by
The Sopranos TV Series created by - 86 episodes, 1999 - 2007 written by - 24 episodes, 1999 - 2007 story by - 6 episodes, 2001 - 2002 teleplay by - 1 episode, 2002
The Rockford Files: Punishment and Crime 1996 TV Movie written by
The Rockford Files: Godfather Knows Best 1996 TV Movie written by
Northern Exposure 1994 TV Series story by - 1 episode
I'll Fly Away 1991-1992 TV Series written by - 4 episodes
Almost Grown 1988-1989 TV Series created by - 13 episodes
Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1986 TV Series teleplay - 1 episode
Moonlight 1982 TV Movie
Palms Precinct 1982 TV Movie
Off the Minnesota Strip 1980 TV Movie
The Misadventures of Sheriff Lobo 1980 TV Series story - 1 episode
The Rockford Files TV Series written by - 18 episodes, 1976 - 1979 teleplay by - 2 episodes, 1978 story by - 1 episode, 1978
Switch TV Series writer - 3 episodes, 1975 - 1976 teleplay - 3 episodes, 1975 - 1976
Kolchak: The Night Stalker TV Series teleplay - 6 episodes, 1974 - 1975 written by - 2 episodes, 1974 - 1975
The Magician TV Series staff writer - 7 episodes, 1974 written by - 1 episode, 1974
Grave of the Vampire 1972 novel "The Still Life" - uncredited / screenplay
The Bold Ones: The Lawyers 1971 TV Series teleplay - 1 episode

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Rockford Files 1979 TV Series creative consultant - 1 episode
Switch 1975-1976 TV Series story consultant - 24 episodes
Kolchak: The Night Stalker 1974-1975 TV Series story consultant - 20 episodes

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
I'll Fly Away 1992 TV Series 2 episodes
Almost Grown 1988 TV Series 1 episode
Alfred Hitchcock Presents 1986 TV Series 1 episode
Not Fade Away 2012
The Sopranos 1999-2007 TV Series 2 episodes
The Rockford Files: Punishment and Crime 1996 TV Movie

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Sopranos 2000-2006 TV Series Airline Passenger / Man / Italian Man

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Not Fade Away 2012 writer: "Surgical Supply"

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Act of Killing 2012 Documentary special thanks
Mad Men 2007 TV Series special thanks - 1 episode
The Sopranos: A Sitdown 2007 TV Short documentary special thanks
Expiration 2003 special thanks

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The 1st Annual West Essex High School Film Festival 2014 TV Movie Himself - Keynote Speaker
James Gandolfini: Tribute to a Friend 2013 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Basement Tapes 2013 Video documentary short Himself
Charlie Rose 2001-2013 TV Series Himself - Guest
Made in Hollywood 2012 TV Series Himself
The Hour 2012 TV Series Himself
America in Primetime 2011 TV Series documentary Himself - Creator, The Sopranos
Godfather World 2008 Video short Himself
The Godfather vs. The Godfather Part II 2008 Video documentary short Himself
The Masterpiece That Almost Wasn't 2008 Video documentary short Himself
Beyond Wiseguys: Italian Americans & the Movies 2008 Documentary Himself
The 59th Primetime Emmy Awards 2007 TV Special Himself - Winner: Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series and Outstanding Drama Series
Media City 2007 TV Series Himself
The 50 Greatest Television Dramas 2007 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Music of 'The Sopranos' 2007 TV Short documentary Himself
HBO: The Making of 'The Sopranos: Road to Respect' 2006 TV Movie Himself
Mark Lawson Talks to... 2006 TV Series Himself
The 56th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2004 TV Special Himself - Winner: Outstanding Drama Series
The 55th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 2003 TV Special Himself - Co-Winner: Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series
Casting Calls 2003 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Sopranos: Family Business 2001 TV Movie documentary Himself
The 51st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1999 TV Special Himself - Winner: Outstanding Writing in a Drama Series / Nominated: Outstanding Directing for a Drama Series & Outstanding Drama Series
The 30th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1978 TV Special Himself - Winner: Outstanding Drama Series

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
El último golpe de Tony Soprano 2008 TV Movie documentary Himself
Reinventando Hollywood 2008 TV Movie documentary Himself
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