Bill Lawrence Net Worth
Bill Lawrence Net Worth: Bill Lawrence is an American screenwriter, producer and director who has a net worth of $150 million. Born December 26, 1968 in Ridgefield, Connecticut, Bill Lawrence is best known as the creator of the sitcom Scrubs, co-creator of Cougar Town and co-creator of Spin City. His production company, Doozer, is a wordplay on his middle name (Van Duzer). After graduating from the College of William & Mary, where he studied English, his first writing job was as a staff writer on the short-lived ABC sitcom Billy. He briefly wrote for Boy Meets World and The Nanny. In 1996, he wrote for the short-lived sitcom Champs. Lawrence's first show as creator was the ABC multi-camera sitcom Spin City, co-created with Champs creator Gary David Goldberg, which originally starred Michael J. Fox as a deputy mayor of New York City. The show lasted for six seasons and won a Primetime Emmy Award and four Golden Globes. He went on to create the hit single-camera sitcom Scrubs. The show premiered in 2001 and ran for 9 seasons in total, 7 on NBC and 2 on ABC and received critical acclaim as well as 17 Emmy nominations. Lawrence's next project was co-creating the 2002 animated sitcom Clone High for MTV with Phil Lord and Chris Miller. In 2005, Lawrence co-created the failed WB pilot Nobody's Watching with Neil Goldman and Garrett Donovan. Lawrence co-created the single-camera sitcom Cougar Town with Kevin Biegel. The show ran from 2009-2012 on ABC then moved to TBS in 2013. In 2013, Lawrence was involved with three shows which were made into series: Ground Floor, Surviving Jack and Undateable. Additionally, Lawrence went on the road with four cast members from Undateable with a standup tour to promote the show.