Vince Gilligan Net Worth, Age, Height, and Bio

George Vincent Gilligan Jr. is an American writer, director, and producer. On February 10, 1967, he was born in Richmond, Virginia. During his high school, Vince became friends with future film editor Angus Wall. Also, he made science fiction films with his younger brother, and Vince experienced early victory when he won a film competition.

But Gilligan’s started his career in the film industry when he joined the Fox television series The X-Files. Although he was a fan of the show, Vince submitted a script to Fox for the second-season episode, which was accepted. After that, he went on to a long-standing writing position; he wrote a total of 29 episodes. In addition, he co-created and became executive producer of The X-Files spin-off series The Lone Gunmen.

Vince established his career in the entertainment industry, but his real breakthrough came with the debut of “Breaking Bad” in 2008. He created, directed, wrote, and produces this show in which a hero turns into a villain. The debut Breaking Bad won extensive critical acclaim. Some think it to be one of the most remarkable television series of all time. In addition, he won the Directors Guild of America Award for directing the finale of Breaking Bad, “Felina” in 2014.

Quick Facts About Vince Gilligan

Full Name:     George Vincent Gilligan Jr.

Age(in2021):  54 Years

Nationality:    American

Occupation:   Writer, Director, Producer.

Years Active: 1992-present

Height:            6′ 0″ (1.83 m)

Weight:           75 kg; In pounds: 165 lbs.

Vince Gilligan Net Worth and Source of Wealth

Thе Аmеrісаn рrоduсеr, writer, аnd director has nеt wоrth аѕ соmрutеd bу ехреrtѕ іѕ еѕtіmаtеd tо around $40 mіllіоn. Не hаѕ made а mајоr frасtіоn оf thіѕ аmоunt thrоugh hіѕ profession іn thе Аmеrісаn television аnd film іnduѕtrу. He produced, wrote, and directed many television series, shows, and films ѕuсh аѕ “Вrеаkіng Ваd“, “Тhе Х – Fіlеѕ“ “Тhе Lоnе Gunmеn“, “Веttеr Саll Ѕаul“,аnd mоrе.

According to Business Insider, Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul had a handsome amount per episode of Breaking Bad by the show’s end, so if the lead character made around $1.8 million for the second half of the show’s final season while his sidekick got $1.2 million. However, it’s small in comparison to how much wealth Breaking Bad earned throughout its tenure.