Magic Johnson - Famous Television Producer

Magic Johnson Net Worth

$620,000,000

Earvin ‘Magic’ Johnson Jr. is a retired American basketball player and entrepreneur who has a net worth of $620 million.

Magic Johnson’s net worth of $620 million has been accumulated through his successful career as a basketball player and his ventures as a business entrepreneur.

Key facts:

  • Magic Johnson was the first overall pick in the 1979 NBA Draft by the Los Angeles Lakers.
  • He won five NBA Championships with the Lakers in 198, 1982, 1985, 1987, and 1988.
  • Johnson is considered the greatest point guard of all time.
  • After retiring as a player, Johnson became the coach of the Lakers for a brief period.
  • He launched a successful business empire called Magic Johnson Enterprises valued at over $1 billion.

Basic Information About Magic Johnson

Full NameMagic Johnson
CategoryAthletes β€Ί NBA Players
ProfessionsTalk show host, Basketball player, Actor, Film Producer, Athlete, Entrepreneur, Television producer, Basketball Coach
Net worth$620,000,000
Date of birth1959-08-14 (64 years old)
Place of birthLansing
NationalityUnited States of America
EducationEverett High School
Curiosities and TrademarksTowering height
SiblingsNine
SpouseCookie Johnson - (14 SeptemberΒ 1991 - present)Β (2 children)
KidsThree (EJ Johnson, Elisa Johnson, and Andre Johnson)
GenderMale
Height6 ft 9 in (2.06 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ Instagram β†—οΈŽ Twitter β†—οΈŽ Facebook β†—οΈŽ Youtube β†—οΈŽ Imdb

What Movie Awards did Magic Johnson win?


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Magic Johnson roles

Movie / Series Role
Malcolm XSelf - End Credits (uncredited)
She's Having a BabyMagic Johnson (uncredited)
EmpireEarvin 'Magic' Johnson 1 episode, 2018
The SimpsonsMagic Johnson 1 episode, 1991
Malcolm in the MiddleRinger Hockey Player #32 1 episode, 2002
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres ShowSelf 2 episodes, 2017-2020
WWE Monday Night RAWSelf 1 episode, 1995
The ParkersSelf 1 episode, 2002
The TalkSelf 1 episode, 2021
The Late Show with Stephen ColbertSelf - Guest 1 episode, 2021
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonSelf 3 episodes, 2016-2021
The Daily ShowSelf 1 episode, 2012
The Tonight Show with Jay LenoSelf / ... 21 episodes, 1994-2014
The Oprah Winfrey ShowSelf 2 episodes, 1992-1996
Arli$$Magic Johnson 1 episode, 1998
ConanSelf - Guest / ... 3 episodes, 2011-2018
The Maury Povich ShowSelf 1 episode, 1999
Late Night with Conan O'BrienSelf / ... 2 episodes, 2003
Late Night with Jimmy FallonSelf 1 episode, 2011

Magic Johnson's Quotes

  • As an athlete, I understood the value of my health insurance. I knew that in my profession, injuries were common and could happen at any time.
  • If you're a competitive person, that stays with you. You don't stop. You always look over your shoulder.
  • God blessed me with two unbelievable parents, and I am just like both of them. I have the smile and charisma of my mother and the big heart of my mom, because she wants to save the world and help the world, so I am just like her.
  • I'm at peace with myself. The main thing is not letting people dictate what I do or what I am.
  • The best doctors and medicine in the world can't save you if you don't do what you're supposed to do.

Magic Johnson's photos

Interesting Facts about Magic Johnson

  1. Professional basketball player.
  2. On 7 November 1991 he shocked the nation by announcing he was HIV positive and that, after twelve years with the Lakers, he would retire immediately from the game of basketball.
  3. Founded a chain of movie theatres, Magic Johnson Theatres, located in inner-city neighborhoods.
  4. Still plays basketball regularly.
  5. Has retired from basketball on three different occasions. the last time following the 1995-1996 season, which was the season before the L.A. Lakers got Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant.
  6. Played for Michigan State University (Lansing, MI), 1977-1979. NCAA Division I Tournament Most Outstanding Player (1979). The Sporting News All-America First Team (1979). All-America twice (1978-1979). All-Big Ten twice (1978-1979). Inducted into Michigan State University Athletics Hall of Fame (1992).
  7. Played for the Los Angeles Lakers (1979-1980 through 1990-1991, 1995-1996). Los Angeles Lakers franchise all-time assists leader with 10,141 and all-time steals leader with 1,724. Named NBA MVP three times (1987, 1989, 1990). IBM Award for all-around contributions to team's success (1994). All-NBA First Team nine times (1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991) and Second Team once (1982). NBA All-Rookie Team (1982). J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award (1992). Selected first overall in 1979 NBA Draft. Led NBA with 3.43 steals per game (1981) and 2.67 steals per game (1982). Holds career record for highest assists per game average with 11.2. Shares career record for most consecutive seasons leading league in steals with 2. NBA Finals MVP three times (1980, 1982, 1987). Holds career playoff record for most assists (2,346). Holds NBA Finals single-series record for highest assist per game average with 14.0 in 1985; and highest assists per game average by a rookie with 8.7 in 1980.
  8. Holds NBA Finals single-game records for most points by a rookie with 42 on May 6, 1980 vs. Philadelphia; and most assists in one half with 14 on June 19, 1988 vs. Detroit. Shares NBA Finals single-game record for most assists in one quarter with 8 (he did in four times). Holds single-series playoff record for highest assists per game average with 17.0 in 1985. Shares single-game playoff records for most free throws made in one half with 19 on May 8, 1991 vs. Golden State; most assists with 24 on May 15, 1984 vs. Phoenix; and most assists in one half with 15 on May 3, 1985 vs. Portland. NBA All-Star twelve times (1980, 1982-1992). NBA All-Star MVP twice (1990, 1992). NBA All-Star-Holds career record for most assists with 127; holds career record for most three-point field goals made with 10; and hold single game record for most assists with 22 (1984, OT).Broadcaster, NBC Sports (1992 through 1994). Vice President, Los Angeles Lakers (1994-1995 to present). Named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA history (1996).
  9. Head coach for the Los Angeles Lakers (1993-1994) (5-13).
  10. Member of U.S. Olympic gold medal team (1992).
  11. Johnson carried his friendly rivalry with Larry Bird from college to the pros.
  12. Enshrined into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002.
  13. Nicknamed "Magic" by sportswriter Fred Stabley, Jr., during his career at Everett High School (Lansing, Michigan).
  14. Children: son E.J. Johnson (Earvin Johnson III) (b. 4 June 1992), daughter Elisa Johnson, adopted in January 1995, by wife Cookie Johnson. He also has a son, Andre Johnson.
  15. Attended Everett High School in Lansing, MI.
  16. As of 2007, his net worth has been estimated at $900 million.
  17. Won the national championship with the Michigan State Spartans in 1979.
  18. Earvin "Magic" Johnson is the only NBA rookie to date to receive the Finals MVP Award. He was 20 years old and the year was 1980.
  19. (May 3, 2012) Became co-owner, with Peter Guber, Mark Walter and Stan Kasten, of MLB's L.A. Dodgers with a bid of $2.15 billion.
  20. Got married on Nas's 18th birthday.

Additional information of Magic Johnson

ZodiacLeo
Lucky Number10
Lucky StoneRuby
Lucky ColorGold
Best Match for MarriageSagittarius, Gemini, Aries
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
ReligionChristian

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