Woody Allen net worth: Woody Allen is a world-famous American screenwriter, film director, actor, comedian, musician and playwright who has a net worth of $80 million. Woody Allen was born Allen Stewart Konigsberg in Brooklyn, New York on December 1, 1935. He is best known for his screwball and somewhat zany romantic comedies. Woody got his start in show business while still very young when he began writing jokes for an early talkfest on TV called The Herb Shriner Show. Shortly thereafter, he became a scriptwriter for Ed Sullivan, The Tonight Show (before Johnny Carson) and Sid Caesar. He also wrote for Candid Camera.
In 1961, Woody Allen decided to become a stand-up comic and performed before small audiences at clubs in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan. His next career move took him uptown to Broadway where he wrote such plays as "Don't Drink The Water" and "Play It Again, Sam," both of which enjoyed successful runs and were well-received by the theater-going public. Woody Allen is best-known for his work on the silver screen. He has received 24 Oscar nominations and won four times (three as a writer, one as a director). His work has also been recognized in Europe where he has won awards for his screenplays and his films in Spain and France. Woody Allen has also written four books and is an accomplished jazz clarinetist.