Judith Sheindlin

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Judith Sheindlin

Judith Susan Sheindlin is better known by her stage as Judge Judy. Judith Sheindlinis an American court show arbitrator, media personality, television producer, author, women’s advancement philanthropist, and former prosecutor and Manhattan family court judge.

She was claimed to be the highest-paid television personality in mid-2012, earning $123,000 per day, or $45,000,000 annually for the 52 days she tapes her show.

Sheindlin was still the highest-paid TV star in October 2013, with a salary of $47 million per year for Judge Judy.

What is the Net worth of Judith Sheindlin?

Judge Judy, or Judith Sheindlin, is an American family court judge and television personality with a net worth of $350 million.

Quick Facts About Judith Sheindlin:

Full Name Judge Judy
Net Worth $350 Million
Date Of Birth October 21, 1942
Place Of Birth Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States
Height 1.55 m
Profession American lawyer
Education New York Law School (1965), American University (1963), James Madison High School, Washington College of Law
Nationality American
Spouse Jerry Sheindlin (m. 1991), Jerry Sheindlin (m. 1977–1990), Ronald Levy (m. 1964–1976)
Children Jamie Hartwright, Gregory Sheindlin, Jonathan Sheindlin, Nicole Sheindlin, Adam Levy
Parents Ethel Blum, Murray Blum
Siblings David Blum
Awards Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Legal/Courtroom Program
Nominations Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Series, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Program, 151. Sick and Kicked Out?!; Child Attacked by Out of Control Dog?!; Friends Don’t Loan to Friends!, 150. Ex-Lover’s Expensive Mistake!; Shoot My Dogs if You See Them!, 149. High at Work? You’re Fired!; I’m Just Trying to Get Home!; Raise Your Hand if You Were Sober!, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Series, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Program, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Series, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Special Class Program
TV Shows Judge Judy, Hot Bench, Judge Judy, Hot Bench

Judith Sheindlin Mansion, House, and Car Collection

Judith Sheindlin
Judith Sheindlin with her husband- Source: LittleThings

The Sheindlings paid $13.2 million for the manor residence in 2007.

Greenwich Manor gets a $13 million makeover by Judge Judy Beverly Hills, CA:

Judy and Jerry Sheindlin are the buyers.IN THE CITY OF BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA

VALUE FOR MONEY: $10,700,000, SIZE: 4,680 sq. ft., 5 bedrooms, and 3.5 baths

Judge Judy, whose net worth is $40 million per year, bought a mansion in Naples for $8.6 million last month after selling her nearby 16th-floor Penthouse for $11 million.

The mansion has eight bedrooms, an enclosed lagoon with three waterfalls, and over 10,000 square feet of living space.

With over 1,500 square feet of the balcony, the penthouse has four bedrooms and magnificent ocean views.

FAQ about Judith Sheindlin:

What religion is Judy Sheindlin?

Sheindlin was born Judith Susan Blum in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, to German-Jewish and Russian-Jewish parents.

She described her dentist father Murray as “the greatest thing since sliced bread” and her mother as “a meat and potatoes kind of gal.”

Who is Judge Judy’s best friend?

My great friend Cindy Adams and I met decades ago through our dogs.

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Is Judge Judy real or scripted?

Because Judge Judy is a reality TV show, you may wonder if it’s scripted.

Many reality TV shows claim to show authentic scenes of real life, but in fact, they’re actually scripted.

Is Judge Judy a real judge or an actress?

The cases are real — but the proceeding is an arbitration.

Though Judge Judith Sheindlin once resided in a New York courtroom, her role on TV is technically that of an arbitrator, The Consumerist website reports. This goes for other TV judges as well.