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Anthony Sullivan Wiki/Biography
Anthony John “Sully” Sullivan was born on 11 February 1969, in Devon, England, and is an infomercial pitchman and entrepreneur, best known for his appearances in various television commercials in the US. He is also the founder of the production company, Sullivan Productions, Inc. All of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Anthony Sullivan? As of early-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $6 million, mostly earned through success in business. He’s helped develop various brands including the OxiClean products, and has made commercial spots for Church & Dwight. As he continues his career it is expected that his wealth will increase.
Anthony Sullivan Net Worth $6 million
Sullivan started his career in the early 1990s, when he decided to move to the US. He teamed up with a manufacturing company to create the “Smart Mop”; eventually, the product debuted on the Home Shopping Network (HSN), which would hire Anthony as a show host, and during which time he would become close friends with US salesman Billy Mays. Eventually, he left the company to form Sullivan Productions in 1998, which has since worked on content and commercials for various brands, including Nutrisystem and Arm & Hammer. He’s also helped with celebrity ideas including Chef Ming Tsai’s Aero Knife. Despite leaving the Home Shopping Network, he still makes regular appearances.
Aside from that , he’s also appeared in various television shows; these include “Access Hollywood”, “The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien” and “Rachel Ray”. He’s also been the topic of numerous feature articles in the Los Angeles Times, New York Times, and USA Today. The numerous highlights of his career are a signifier of his continuously increasing net worth.
Anthony also became part of the reality show “PitchMen”, alongside Billy Mays. However, after Mays death in 2009, he would become the sole lead of the show during the next season. In “PitchMen”, the show follows how new products are selected including their origins, inventors, to how the advertising is produced. Before Billy’s death, the two appeared in several shows including an episode of “The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien”. Sullivan would take over the spokesperson role that Mays used to handle then, with responsibilities for Church & Dwight and Oxiclean.
Oxiclean has become one of the most successful products Sullivan has worked on, boasting high sales that has helped increase his net worth. He’s also helped develop some of the new Oxiclean products, including launching their advertising campaigns. These include Extreme Power Crystals Dishwasher Detergent Paks and the White Revive Laundry Detergent.
For his personal life, his private life is just that. However, it is known that Anthony enjoys competing in running races; he’s been a part of the New York City Marathon and the St. Anthony’s Triathlon held in Tampa, Florida.
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