Bob Chapek Net Worth, Earning ,wife, children, education
Bob Chapek aka Robert Alan Chapek is an American media Executive and businessman who became the Chief executive officer(CEO) of the Walt Disney Company on February 25, 2020. This is one of the world’s largest media and entertainment companies. Bob Previously worked at J. Walter Thompson and H.J. Heinz company. Before Bob as CEO, he had already been involved with their Home Entertainment division for 26 years, and served as the Chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and products from 2015 to 2020. Scroll down to know more information about Net worth, earning, wife.
How much Bob Chapek earns? Net worth and Contract
As of 2022, Bob net worth is $50 million. Chapek made the majority of his fortune while working for The Walt Disney Company. Chapek earned $14.2 million for the fiscal year that ended in September 2020. He paid $5.3 million for a Mediterranean- style villa in may 2019. Currently, the property is listed for $7.4 million. In April 2021, Rob bought a $12.5 million mansion in Westlake Village, California. This house is situated on 6 acres of land. Chapek’s annual base earnings are $2.5 million.
His main source of income is from his career as a business executive and entrepreneur. Chapek’s successful career has earned him some Luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars. He is one of the richest CEOs in the United states.
who is Bob Chapek wife? When did he Married??
Bob Chapek is married to his longtime girlfriend Cynthia Ann Ford. In 1980 the couple married. The couple met while attending Indiana University and have been together ever since.
It seems that there is a strong bond between these beautiful couples. The couple have three children’s names are Brian Alan, Kimberli Ann and Kelly Marie. They are also the proud grandparents of four grandchildren.
In 1977, Bob Chapek graduated from George Rogers Clark Jr. /Sr. High School. He went on to receive a Bachelor of Science in microbiology from Indiana University Bloomington and a Master of Business Administration from Michigan State University.