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Paul Rosenberg Wiki/Biography
Paul D. Rosenberg was born on the 1st August 1971, in Detroit, Michigan USA, and is an attorney, executive producer and music manager who is best known for representing some of the big names in the music industry, such as Eminem, Xzibit, Three 6 Mafia, Cypress Hill, The Knux and Blink-182.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this talented manager has accumulated so far? How rich Paul Rosenberg is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total amount of Paul Rosenberg’s net worth, as of mid-2016, is $90 million. It has been acquired through his music manager career which is now spanning over 20 years.
Paul Rosenberg Net Worth $90 Million
Paul Rosenberg began his professional career as a music attorney. He then sailed into the production waters when he first met Eminem, selling his mixtapes in the street. The real collaboration, and later friendship, began in 1997, when Paul helped Eminem to record his second studio album “The Slim Shady LP”, which hit the charts in 1999. Since then, Paul Rosenberg has featured in a skit title “Paul” on almost every Eminem’s album. Also, Paul Rosenberg and Eminem are the founders of the hip-hop record label – Shady Records – which has released albums of some of the biggest rap and hip-hop stars such as musical group D12 and 50 Cent. These engagements provided the basis for Paul Rosenberg’s net worth, and impacted the future course of his production career.
Apart from producing music, Paul Rosenberg had also produced the 2002 Hollywood blockbuster “8 Mile”, directed by Curtis Hanson, a drama about a young rapper and his everyday struggle to achieve something big. This engagement was followed by another movie project in 2005, 50 Cent’s biographic drama “Get Rich or Die Tryin’ “. These involvements doubtlessly increased Paul Rosenberg’s overall net worth significantly.
In 2013, Paul Rosenberg alongside Eminem decided to expand Shady Records, and founded the sister company Shady Films, which started collaborating with Electus and WatchLOUD. Among the first production engagements of Shady Films were the Detroit Rubber web series as well as Elliott Wilson’s CRWN interview series. Later that year, Paul Rosenberg announced that he had begun working with Detroit’s underground rapper, Danny Brown. All these ventures added to the overall net worth of Paul Rosenberg.
Among the “protégés” of Paul Rosenberg’s production company, apart from those already mentioned, there are also Action Bronson, The Entertainer, Lawrence Vavra as well as Steve Aoki. Paul is also a co-producer of Eminem’s Shade 45, hip-hop radio station and currently serves as the CEO of Goliath Artists management firm, as well as a member of the board of Advisors of Doppelganger, Inc. It is certain that all of the listed achievements have helped Paul Rosenberg to make a successful career in the music industry as well as to build a very respectable amount of wealth.
When it comes to his personal life, Paul Rosenberg is married to Allison Trudell, however, there is no other ready information on his/their private life.
|Net Worth||$90 Million|
|Date Of Birth||August 1, 1971|
|Place Of Birth||Detroit, Michigan USA|
|Profession||Musical Artist, music manager, executive producer|
|Record Labels||Shady Records, Dim Mak Records, Vice Records|
|Albums||"The Slim Shady LP",|
|Movies||"Get Rich or Die Tryin' ", Go, "8 Mile"|
|Cancer: Evolution to Revolution||1999||TV Movie documentary executive producer|
|America Undercover||1993||TV Series documentary producer - 1 episode|
|An Alzheimer's Story||1987||Short co-producer|
|America Undercover||1993||TV Series documentary 1 episode|
|An Alzheimer's Story||1987||Short|
|2001||Christopher Award||Christopher Awards||Television & Cable||Cancer: Evolution to Revolution (1999)|
|2000||Primetime Emmy||Primetime Emmy Awards||Outstanding Non-Fiction Special||Cancer: Evolution to Revolution (1999)|
|1994||CableACE||CableACE Awards||Documentary Special||America Undercover (1986)|