What is Bob Iger's Net Worth?

Bob Iger is a most famous American personality, one of the richest Businessman and popularly known as the chairman and chief executive officer of ‘The Walt Disney Company’. Robert A. Iger nicknamed Bob who was born in February 1951 in the southern part Oceanside, New York. He became the president of Disney Company in 2000 and also worked as Chief Operation Officers.


He spends the whole of his life in New York after his birth. His main motive is to work in television as a news columnist. While studying at Ithaca College, he always focuses on the goals and has a dream to work in CBS News in his future. After so many struggles, he finally got the work of television weatherman in which he has to face the camera for the restricted news station.

Personal Life

He was married to Willow Bay.

He succeeded the controversial Michael Eisner as CEO of the Disney corporation.

Bob Iger Quick Facts

What is the net worth of Bob Iger? What is his zodiac sign? Here is Bob Iger in a nutshell:

Bob Iger Overview
Net Worth$800 Million
Date of BirthFebruary 10, 1951 (age 72 years)
Zodiac SignAquarius
Height6 Feet (1.85 m)
ProfessionBusiness Executive

Quotes that Inspire by Bob Iger

Many are probably wondering about the foundation behind Bob Iger's success and wealth. Below we have listed some of the business executive's quotes that will get you in the mindset to pursue your financial success.

You try things creatively all the time, and while you want every one of them to be great, and you set out to do that, that's not always going to end up being the case.

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Even though I started off being interested in news, and I spent 13 years of my career working in television sports, I always was passionate about television and movies.

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I can stand here today, look you in the face, and say I'm proud of the efforts of 'ABC News.' I respect 'ABC News.' And I believe they work very hard to present news in an extremely fair way.

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Netflix, Amazon, iTunes - whatever platforms emerge - we are looking at as having the same potential that home video had for the movie business. Which means there are entirely new opportunities to monetize our capital investment in content and do so in ways that work for distributors, for consumers and for creators.

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I won't speak for the entertainment industry. I speak for Disney. I've seen people in the industry come to work every morning paranoid about what the other person or other company is doing. That means you're spending time and focus on somebody else's business instead of your own.

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