David Koepp Net Worth
David Koepp net worth: David Koepp is an American screenwriter and director who has a net worth of $35 million. David Koepp was born in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. His films have grossed more than $2.3 billion at the box office, which makes him the 5th most successful screenwriter of all-time. Koepp wrote and produced the film Apartment Zero in 1988. He wrote for the movies Bad Influence, Why Me?, and I Come in Peace in 1990. Koepp wrote for the films Toy Soldiers in 1991, Death Becomes Her in 1992, Jurassic Park in 1993, and Carlito's Way in 1993. He wrote and co-produced the movie The Paper in 1994 and wrote the film The Shadow the same year. Koepp wrote for the film Mission: Impossible in 1996 and wrote and directed The Trigger Effect in 1996. Koepp wrote for the films The Lost World: Jurassic Park in 1997 and Snake Eyes in 1998. He wrote and directed Stir of Echoes in 1999 and wrote and produced Panic Room in 2002. He wrote for the film Spider-Man in 2002. Koepp wrote and directed the movie Secret Window in 2004. He co-wrote the films War of the Worlds and Zathura in 2005 and Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in 2008. He wrote for the films Angels & Demons in 2009 and The Little Engine That Could in 2011. Koepp wrote and directed Premium Rush in 2012 and wrote for Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit in 2014. He directed the film Mortdecai in 2015 and wrote the movie Inferno in 2016.