Drew Rosenhaus Net Worth
Drew Rosenhaus net worth and commission: Drew Rosenhaus is a highly successful American sports agent who has a net worth of $165 million. As of this writing, Drew has negotiated $1.2 billion worth of contracts for his clients. In a typical year he earns $30-40 million in commission personally. He is the founder and lead partner in Rosenhaus Sports Representation.
Drew's career got off to a particularly auspicious start when in 1989 he became the youngest registered sports agent in the NFL or elsewhere. He was 22. Fast forward 30 years and Rosenhaus has negotiated more than a billion dollars in NFL contracts, many of whom are held by the most flamboyant and famous players in the NFL. His company, called Rosenhaus Sports Representation, handles more than 100 NFL players, many of them having graduated from Rosenhaus' alma mater at the University of Miami.
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Publicly, Drew Rosenhaus is known for his aggressive style of representation of controversial athletes such as Terrell Owens. In addition to this, he's also made an inordinate amount of public appearances for someone in his normally someone secluded profession. These include guest appearances on TV series such as Arliss and The Late Show with David Letterman. He also made in appearance in the Oliver Stone football movie Any Given Sunday, and the popular film Jerry Maguire is often said to be based on Rosenhaus.
Drew Rosenhaus Salary: Drew Rosenhaus earns a percentage-based salary depending on how much money he is able to secure for his clients. The average agent will earn anywhere from 15-20% of all money earned by an athlete. Rosenhaus has claimed that he only takes 3% of his NFL client's paydays. In return for these fees an agent typically hopes to bring the client at least 5x more money through his negotiation experience and leverage.
|Net Worth:||$165 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Oct 29, 1966 (53 years old)|
|Profession:||Lawyer, Businessperson, Sports agent, Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|