How rich is Gary Larson?
Gary Larson Net Worth:
|Birth date:||August 14, 1950|
|Birth place:||Tacoma, Washington, United States|
|Profession:||Cartoonist, artist, author, "The Far Side" creator|
|Education:||Curtis Senior High School in University Place, Washington, Tacoma; Washington State University, Pullman|
|Parents:||Doris Larson, Verner Larson|
|Awards:||Newspaper Panel Cartoon Award by the National Cartoonists Society (1985 (1985), 1988), Reuben Award (1990 (1990), 1994)|
|Nominations:||"New York Times Best Seller" ; Serratoterga larsoni (1998), The Garylarsonus (Ecuadorian rainforest butterflies carries his name)|
|Movies:||Simpsons:"Once Upon a Time in Springfield", Tales from the Far Side (1994), Tales from the Far Side II (1997)|
|TV shows:||Gary Larson's Tales from the Far Side|
Gary Larson Net Worth:
Gary Larson Net Worth $50 Million
Gary Larson is an American cartoonist with an estimated net worth of $50 million dollars. While working in a music store, he took some time off and drew some cartoons. He submitted $50 into a magazine based in Seattle. This led to some other magazine submission, and then a weekly cartoon called, “Nature’s Way”, for The Seattle Times. His work would likewise be featured in multiple anthologies, on gift cards and t shirts, and even spawned two animated specials. Mr. Larson retired in 1995, and contains largely discontinued many of the goods related to the “Far Side” franchise. He’s occasionally drawn charity cartoons for assorted groups, and he published the short illustrated New York Times bestseller, “There’s a Hair in My Dirt!: A Worm’s Story”, in 1998.
He is famous for being the originator of the internationally syndicated cartoon series The Far Side. His set of 23 cartoon novels earned over 45 million sales copies. His world distinguished cartoon series ended when he retired in 1995.
After completing his communications degree at Washington State University, Gary Larson decided to work in a music store but just to quit shortly after. He later realized that he could make money from cartooning. The cartoon started with 6 cartoons which he submitted to Pacific Hunt. After contributing to another local newspaper in Seattle, Larson started submitting his cartoon strip to The Seattle Times, though under the name of Nature’s Way. His work was published every week. His work was released and it had been renamed to The Far Side. In 1985 and 1988, he was a receiver of the Newspaper Panel Cartoon Award from the National Cartoonists Society.