Net Worth: $300 Million
- Source of Wealth South Park
- Birth Place Houston, Texas, United States
- Height 6' 2" (1.88 m)
- Marital Status Married (Angela Howard)
- Full Name Matthew Richard Stone
- Nationality American
- Date of Birth May 26, 1971
- Ethnicity Irish, Ashkenazi Jewish
- Occupation Animator, Voice Artist, Screenwriter
- Education University of Colorado at Boulder, Heritage High School
- Children 2
About Matt Stone
Matt Stone is an American animator, voice artist and screenwriter with an estimated net worth of $300 million. He became famous throughout the world by co-creating the controversial, satirical cartoon “South Park” alongside friend Trey Parker. First airing in the year 1997, the show quickly became one of Comedy Central’s most popular shows. Tackling social and political issues with a unique brand of crude humor, the show is the subject of controversy as well as critical acclaim.
As well as co-writing the show, Matt performs several of the main characters voices. The show is contracted to continue airing episodes until 2016. Besides his work with South Park, Matt has released and starred in several movies alongside his partner Trey Parker, including “Orgazmo”, “BASEketball” and “Team America: World Police”. The partners went on to co-write the musical “The Book of Mormon” which went on to win several Tony awards in 2011. Matt currently lives with his wife Angela and their son.
Earnings & Financial Data
The below financial data is gathered and compiled by TheRichest analysts team to give you a better understanding of Matt Stone's net worth by breaking down the most relevant financial events such as yearly salaries, contracts, earn outs, endorsements, stock ownership and much more.
- Earnings 2007
- Earnings 1998
- Earnings 1997
A 50-50 venture with Comedy Central on all revenue not related to television that includes digital rights to South Park, as well as movies, soundtracks, T-shirts and other merchandise (along with co-creator Mark Stone with the help of their lawyer, Kevin Morris)
Earnings with the network from sales of merchandise for show, including T-shirts and dolls
Earnings with the network from T-shirts sales alone before the first episode was even aired