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Jeffrey Alan Franklin was born on the 21st January 1955, in Inglewood, California USA, and is a film producer and director, who is probably best known for being the creator of the ABC coming of age series “Full House” (1987-1995), and its sequel “Fuller House” (2015-present). He is also known for his work on “Mike Hammer, Private Eye” (1997-1998), “Malcolm & Eddie” (1996-2000), and “Stuart Little” (2003). His career has been active since 1976.
Have you ever wondered how rich Jeff Franklin is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the size of Jeff’s net worth is over $60 million, which has been accumulated through his successful career in the entertainment industry.
Jeff Franklin Net Worth $60 Million
Jeff Franklin’s early life is unknown to the media, except the facts that he spent his childhood in Los Angeles, California with two sisters, and that he graduated with a BA degree in Media Production from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Right after college, he began to work as a substitute teacher in his hometown, and soon began his writing career.
Jeff` started his career as a film and series writer in the late 1970s, working on the TV series “Laverne & Shirley” (1979-1981). Also in 1979 he wrote a few episodes for such series as “Brothers and Sisters”, “The Bad News Bears” and “Angie”. He continued successfully in the early 1980s, with the TV series “Bosom Buddies” (1982), and the film “Young Hearts” (1984). Before the “Full House” saw the light of the day, he presented the show called “House of Comics” to the ABC producers, and soon added children to the show as the ABC was looking for a family sitcom, and so “Full House” was created, which subsequently ran on ABC from 1987 until 1995, which increased Jeff`s net worth by a large margin.
During the late `80s and early `90s, Jeff also worked on the films “Wally and the Valentines” (1989), and “To Grandmother`s House We Go” (1992). However, he best talent was in TV series, and after “Full House” ended, he started working on another long time running show, and created the comedy series “Hangin` With Mr. Cooper” (1992-1997), and “High Tide” (1994-1997), increasing further his net worth.
Also during the 1990s, he worked on such TV series as “Head Over Heels” (1997), and “Born Free” (1998), and in 1999 wrote the film “Love Stinks”. In the 2000s he wasn`t quite as active as a writer, but still created the TV series “Where There`s a Will” (2004), the film “The Last Resort” (2011), and a sequel to “Full House” entitled “Fuller House” (2016). He focused more on working as a producer, and has credits for such successful TV series and films as “Malcolm & Eddie” (1996-2000), “Raptor Island” (2004), “Man with the Screaming Brain” (2005), and “Basketball Wife” (2013), among other titles, which added a substantial amount to his net worth.
Regarding his personal life, there is no information in the media on his private life, but Jeff Franklin is believed to be single; his current residence is in Beverly Hills, California.