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Scott Mosier Net Worth

Scott Mosier Net Worth 2018: Wiki, Married, Family, Wedding, Salary, Siblings

Scott Mosier net worth is
$5 Million

Scott Mosier Wiki/Biography

Scott A. Mosier is a film producer, editor, writer, podcaster and actor born on 5th of March 1971. He is best known for co-hosting a weekly podcast “SModcast” with his long-time filmmaking partner, director Kevin Smith and for producing and editing numerous movies such as “Good Will Hunting” (1997) , “Chasing Amy” (1997), “Dogma”(1999) and “Jersey Girl”(2004).

Have you ever wondered how rich Scott Mosier is? According to sources, it has been estimated that Scott Mosier’s overall net worth is $5 million, earned largely through frequent cooperation with director Kevin Smith, and both producing and editing almost all of his films. Co-hosting the weekly podcast “SModcast” also significantly added to his net worth which continues to increase.

Scott Mosier Net Worth $5 Million

Scott was born in Vancouver, Washington State USA but during his childhood he grew up in different places between British Columbia and Washington – since his father was born in Canada, Mosier has dual citizenship. During his schooling at the Vancouver Film School, Scott met his future colleague, Kevin Smith. Their first mutual project was a student film documentary “Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary”, but it unfortunately fell apart in production. Before his decision to drop out, Mosier made a deal with Smith that whoever finished the writing of his own film scenario last, would help the other one with the movie. In 1994, Scott edited Kevin Smith’s first feature film “Clerks” and contributed to its budget. Apart from this, he has appeared on screen playing multiple characters in movies. A year later, Mosier was leading a much larger film crew, while organizing the budget for the film “Mallrats” in which he also portrayed a character. His net worth was growing steadily.

Mosier and Smith cooperated once again while making the 1997 romantic comedy “Chasing Amy”, for which they both agreed on reducing the initial budget so that they could cast their friends instead of popular actors. Two years later, Mosier was doing the editing of the movie “Dogma”, which lasted for almost a year, again appearing in one of the roles in the film. In 2001, Scott was working on the “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back” film, with a budget of $20 million, and two years later his budget significantly increased when he had at his disposal $35 million for producing “Jersey Girl”.

Some of his other notable work includes being an executive producer, editor and actor for the 2000 comedy thriller film “Vulgar”, producing “Drawing Flies”, A Better Place” and “Clerks: The Animated Series”; he also co-produced “Good Will Hunting” and “Big Helium Dog”. Mosier’s short documentary from 2007, “Salim Baba” was nominated for an Academy Award.

Since February 2007, Scott has been a co-host of the weekly podcast “SModcast”, alongside his colleague, Kevin Smith. The show occasionally features guests and is released each Sunday night. The same year it was released, “SModcast” was named one of the best new podcasts by iTunes.

When it comes to Mosier’s private life, not much is known, except for the fact that he is married to Alex Hilebronner, having met his future wife on the set of “Jersey Girl” – the couple married on 1st September 2006.


Full NameScott Mosier
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthMarch 5, 1971
Place Of BirthVancouver, Washington, United States
ProfessionFilm Producer, Actor, Film Editor, Screenwriter, Television producer, Broadcaster
EducationVancouver Film School
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseAlex Hilebronner (m. 2006)
NicknamesScott , Scottie , Harry Scotter , Scooter , MOS , Scott A. Mosier , Scott A Mosier
Twitterhttp://www.twitter.com/smosier
IMDBwww.imdb.com/name/nm0608714
NominationsIndependent Spirit Award for Best Feature
MoviesClerks, Chasing Amy, Mallrats, Dogma, Clerks II, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, Free Birds, Zack and Miri Make a Porno, Jersey Girl, Vulgar, A Band Called Death, Drawing Flies, Reel Paradise, Salim Baba, Clerks: The Lost Scene, The Flying Car, Shooting Clerks, Hit Somebody, Pilot Season, Landspeed:...
TV ShowsClerks
#Trademark
1Sarcastic wit
#Quote
1(On Bryan Johnson's "Vulgar"): "We produced "Good Will Hunting" and this ["Vulgar"] back-to-back. Though I always felt between the two, "Vulgar" was the real Oscar contender."
#Fact
1He has appeared in seven films directed by Kevin Smith: Clerks (1994), Mallrats (1995), Chasing Amy (1997), Dogma (1999), Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001), Clerks II (2006) and Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008).
2Getting ready to write and direct his first feature film. [August 2006]
3Mentions on "SModcast" that he is friends with Dylan Brown, a Pixar animation supervisor.
4Wife Alex Hilebronner is a gourmet chef and often works in the movie industry as a chef on sets.
5Middle initial A, stands for nothing. His father did not believe in middle names but the hospital required him to give Scott a middle name, so he wrote the letter A.
6He did the commentary with Kevin Smith for the 20th Anniversary edition DVD of Roadhouse.
7Filmed a short film in college with David Klein, called "Willam Black". The main character in this short was an early version of the Willam Black in both Clerks and Mallrats.
8In the film Clerks., Mosier recorded the original sound on the set, edited the movie (at RST Video), and contributed to the budget. He also contributed by appearing on-screen as two characters: the angry hockey player and Willam Black (a.k.a Snowball), a role later played by Ethan Suplee in Mallrats. Additionally, his hockey player role on the ladder talking to Willam on the ground, as Kevin Smith describes it, is "the only special effect in Clerks".
9Unsuccessfully tried to produce a remake of the movie "C.H.U.D.".
10Wants to produce a film based on the book "Sex and Rockets".
11He draws in his spare time. He's expressed interest in creating a comic book.
12Wants to remake the Disney film "The Dark Crystal".
13Invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Producers Branch) in 2005.
14Enjoys reading comic books and playing video games.
15Originally Kevin Smith and Mosier were going to call their film production company: "Post-Party at Spago's."
16Never set out to be a producer. Early on in the beginning of his and Kevin's careers, Mosier was up in Canada and Smith was in Jersey. Claimed whoever wrote his screenplay first (him or Smith), the other would help him make his movie. Smith finished "Clerks" first and Mosier helped him out with it and has since then according to Smith "kinda got trapped in the role of 'de facto producer.'"
17Always appears in bit parts in Kevin Smith's films.
18Is an ever present member of the "Askewniverse," or Kevin Smith projects as a whole, mainly as a bit-part actor, producer and editor.

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dreaming Against the World2014Documentary short executive producer post-production
Helena Handbagproducer announced
Rip Rip Hooray!2016Documentary producer
Free Birds2013producer
P.O.V.2013TV Series documentary executive producer - 1 episode
Liquid TV2013TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
Best Kept Secret2013Documentary executive producer
Milius2013Documentary executive producer
A Band Called Death2012Documentary producer
Popcorn Porn: Watching 'Zack and Miri Make a Porno'2009Video documentary executive producer
Zack and Miri Make a Porno2008producer
Salim Baba2007Documentary short producer
Clerks II2006producer
Back to the Well: 'Clerks II'2006Video documentary executive producer
Small Town Gay Bar2006Documentary executive producer
Reel Paradise2005Documentary producer
Clerks: The Lost Scene2004Video short producer
Jersey Girl2004producer
The Flying Car2002TV Short producer
Judge Not: In Defense of Dogma2001Video documentary short producer
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back2001producer
Clerks2000-2001TV Series executive producer - 6 episodes
Vulgar2000executive producer
Big Helium Dog1999executive producer
Tail Lights Fade1999executive producer - uncredited
Dogma1999producer
A Better Place1997executive producer
Good Will Hunting1997co-executive producer
Chasing Amy1997producer
Drawing Flies1996executive producer
Hiatus1996TV Movie executive producer
Mallrats1995producer
Clerks1994producer
Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary1992Short documentary producer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ultimate Spider-Man2012-2013TV Series 8 episodes
Free Birds2013screenplay
Liquid TVTV Series concept - 1 episode, 2013 written by - 1 episode, 2013
Clerks2000-2001TV Series developer - 6 episodes
Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary1992Short documentary written by

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
MallBratsTV Series announcedRoddy
Free Birds2013Pizza Dude / Additional Voice Talent (voice)
Jay and Silent Bob's Super Groovy Cartoon Movie2013The General / Quick Stop Hipster Buddy (voice)
Clerks II2006Concerned Father
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back2001GWH2 Assistant Director / Willam Black
Vulgar2000Scotty
Clerks2000TV SeriesWillem Black
Dogma1999Smooching Seaman
A Better Place1997Larry
Chasing Amy1997Collector
Drawing Flies1996Crying Diaperman
Mallrats1995Roddy
Clerks1994Willam the Idiot Manchild / Angry Hockey-Playing Customer / Angry Mourner

Editor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Marvel 75 Years: From Pulp to Pop!2014TV Movie documentary
Who's Your Caddy?2007
Train Wreck!2006Video documentary short
Small Town Gay Bar2006Documentary
Fool's Gold2005
The Ape2005
Jersey Girl2004
The Flying Car2002TV Short
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back2001
Vulgar2000
Dogma1999as Scott
Chasing Amy1997
Clerks1994

Sound Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Vulgar2000dialogue editor
A Better Place1997dialogue & sound effects editing - 5.1 Dolby Digital remix
Clerks1994sound editor / sound mixer

Art Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back2001storyboard artist
Dogma1999storyboard artist
Mallrats1995storyboard artist

Assistant Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Flying Car2002TV Short first assistant director
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back2001second unit director - uncredited
Dogma1999second unit director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary1992Short documentary

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back2001executive album producer - uncredited

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Shooting Clerks2016special thanks
Yoga Hosers2016the director would like to thank: for being the first person to ever utter the term "yoga hoser"
Potential Inertia2014inspirational thanks
The Arrested Development Documentary Project2013Documentary special thanks
Jackson2009Short special thanks
Fanboys2009special thanks
Popcorn Porn: Watching 'Zack and Miri Make a Porno'2009Video documentary special thanks: goes out to, for helping pull out another one - as Scott
Scene In2008thanks
Cruisin' for Love2008Short special thanks
Clerks II2006the director would like to thank: My true hetero life-mate and second-to-one soul-mate - as Scott
Back to the Well: 'Clerks II'2006Video documentary thanks: Zak And Joey would like to thank, for making it happen and being the mentor - as Scott
Small Town Gay Bar2006Documentary thanks
Vulgar2000thanks
Cold Hearts1999special thanks
Tail Lights Fade1999the director wishes to thank
View Askew's Look Back at 'Mallrats'1999Video documentary short special thanks
Dogma1999the director would like to thank: the most spiritual agnostic I know - as Scott
Chasing Amy1997the director would like to thank: Master of the Impossible, ying to my yang, heart of my heart... He's my cherry pie. - as Scott
Mallrats1995the director would like to thank: for deciding not to hike around the world - as Scott
Clerks.1995TV Short thanks
Clerks1994special thanks: for accepting an invitation to lunch - as Scott

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Visual FunkDocumentary announcedHimself
Everything Doesn't Suck2015DocumentaryHimself
Tusk2014Himself (voice, uncredited)
Katie Chats2013TV SeriesHimself
Smodimations 2-D2011Himself
Tracing Amy: The Chasing Amy Doc2009Video documentaryHimself
Popcorn Porn: Watching 'Zack and Miri Make a Porno'2009Video documentaryHimself - Producer
Train Wreck!2006Video documentary shortHimself
Clerks II: Unauthorized2006TV MovieHimself
Back to the Well: 'Clerks II'2006Video documentaryHimself - Producer
The Directors2005TV Series documentaryHimself
'Clerks' 10th Anniversary Q & A2004Video documentaryHimself
Snowball Effect: The Story of 'Clerks'2004Video documentaryHimself
An Evening with Kevin Smith2002Video documentaryHimself (on phone) (voice)
Judge Not: In Defense of Dogma2001Video documentary shortHimself (Interviewee)
View Askew's Look Back at 'Mallrats'1999Video documentary shortHimself - Producer
Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary1992Short documentaryHimself - Director

Nominated Awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovie
1998Independent Spirit AwardIndependent Spirit AwardsBest FeatureChasing Amy (1997)
1998OFTA Film AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Comedy/Musical PictureChasing Amy (1997)
1995Independent Spirit AwardIndependent Spirit AwardsBest First FeatureClerks (1994)

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