Richest Celebrities
Net Worth:
$20 Million
Dec 20, 1946 (77 years old)
Tel Aviv
6 ft (1.829 m)
Magician, Psychic, Film Producer, Actor
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What is Uri Geller's Net Worth?

Uri Geller is an internationally known magician, illusionist, psychic, and television personality who has a net worth of $20 million. Uri Geller is best known for his ability to bend spoons and his claims of possessing psychic powers. Geller owns a Cadillac covered in bent silverware donated to him by other celebrities such as the Spice Girls and John Lennon. Michael Jackson was best man at Geller's vow renewal ceremony. Geller attributes his technique and skills to paranormal abilities given to him by extraterrestrials. Several scientists and skeptics have argued against his abilities and tried to prove him wrong. The opinion seems to be divided. He famously failed to bend tableware on an episode of the Tonight Show in 1973. Geller has published several works of fiction and eight works of non-fiction during his career.

Early Life

Uri Geller was born on December 20, 1946, in Tel Aviv, Israel. He grew up in a Jewish family with Hungarian and Austrian roots. Geller claimed that he began to experience paranormal phenomena at a young age, such as premonitions and telepathic abilities. He also stated that he had been visited by extraterrestrial beings.


Geller rose to fame in the 1970s with his spoon-bending performances and his claims of possessing psychic abilities. He performed on numerous television shows, including "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson" and "The Merv Griffin Show." He also appeared on "The David Frost Show" and "The Tom Snyder Show," among others.

Geller's most famous illusion is the spoon-bending trick, which he claimed he could perform through the power of his mind. He also claimed to be able to bend keys and nails, and to stop and start watches. Geller was highly controversial, with many critics accusing him of being a fraud and using sleight of hand to perform his tricks.

He also founded the Uri Geller Museum in Jaffa, Israel, which showcases his collection of unusual and paranormal objects.

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Throughout his career, Geller has been surrounded by controversy. In 1973, he was exposed by magician and skeptic James Randi, who accused Geller of using sleight of hand to perform his tricks. In 2007, Geller sued Randi for defamation, but the case was dismissed.

Geller has also been accused of working as a psychic spy for various governments, including the CIA and Mossad. He has denied these claims, stating that he has never worked as a spy, but has used his psychic abilities to aid in the investigation of crimes.


Geller has written several books about his life and experiences. His autobiography, "My Story," was published in 1975 and became a bestseller. The book detailed his life, from his childhood in Israel to his rise to fame as a psychic and magician.

In 2019, Geller released a new book, "The Secret Life of Uri Geller: CIA Masterspy?" In the book, Geller claims that he was recruited by the CIA to carry out psychic spying operations during the Cold War. The book has received mixed reviews, with some critics praising it as an intriguing memoir, while others have criticized it as a work of fiction.

Personal Life and Real Estate

Uri Geller has been married twice. His first marriage was to Hannah Geller, with whom he had two children. His second marriage was to his current wife, Hannah Geller, with whom he has two children.

In November 2015, Uri listed his longtime U.K. mansion for around $23 million. He did not get a buyer and re-listed the property in March 2023 for $9.5 million. The 4-acre property features a 16,000 square foot mansion

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