Jason Blum Net Worth

As rich as they come, people in business usually have the most wealth to brag about. Million-dollar houses, private jets and a variety of other premium things usually distinguish successful business people from the rest of us. However, some are more humble than other, but it’s not about perception and philosophy this time, but rather about Jason Blum. This unknown tall Film producer, CEO of Blumhouse Productions is American. Born in unknown on the unknown, Jason Blum has emerged as a successful business person. Graduating Vassar College, this individual has received tons of awards and accolades for successes in various fields. Earning the nicknames of unknown along the way Jason Blum was born into the family of Shirley Neilsen Blum, Irving Blum unknown. Nowadays, moving around the world and managing lots of business ventures has to be synchronised with personal time which is mostly occupied by business and Lauren A. E. Schuker unknown. The total estimated net worth of Jason Blum is $20 Million.

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  • Full Name: Jason Blum
  • Net Worth: $20 Million
  • Date Of Birth: February 20, 1969
  • Place Of Birth: Los Angeles, California, U.S.
  • Profession: Film producer, CEO of Blumhouse Productions
  • Education: Vassar College
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Lauren A. E. Schuker
  • Parents: Shirley Neilsen Blum, Irving Blum
  • Twitter: https://twitter.com/jason_blum
  • Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blumhouse
  • IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0089658/
  • Allmusic: www.allmusic.com/artist/jason-blum-mn0000218425
  • Awards: Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Television Movie (2014), PGA Producer of the Year Award in Non-Fiction Television (2016), Producers Guild of America Award,Gotham Independent Film Tribute Award (2017)
  • Nominations: Academy Award for Best Picture (2014)
  • Movies: “Hamlet” (2000), “Hysterical Blindness” (2002), “The Darwin Awards” (2006), “Whiplash” (2014), “13 Sins” (2014), “Creep” (2014), “The Normal Heart” (2014),“Griffin & Phoenix” (2006), “Sleight” (2016), “Hush” (2016), “Incarnate” (2016), “The Purge: Electi…
  • TV Shows: Hysterical Blindness (2002), Washingtonienne (2009), The River (2012), Stranded (2013), The Normal Heart (2014), Eye Candy (2014), Hellevator (2015), Tremors (2016)


  • At this time last year, I had 9 out of 10 movies that I categorized as a sure thing…Of course, none of them worked out the way we thought they would. [The flop] Jem and the Holograms (2015) was a sure thing and in fact, it did the worst of all of them. It’s very tortuous, and it also should say that anything that any of us say today should be taken with a big grain of salt.[2015]
  • [his advice for aspiring filmmakers] Raise whatever you can and shoot whatever you can for whatever amount.[2015]
  • There’s a real correlation between not spending a lot of money and having fun.[2015]
  • If I was giving someone $30 million to make a horror movie, I would want every decision to be looked over by many, many people. But if you keep budgets down, you can let James Wan do what he does, fast, and let him focus on making the movie he wants to make. And if he wants to do something that seems a little out of the ordinary, if the budget is low it’s okay to let him do that.
  • We have a lot of data for everything, so it’s not to say we don’t give lots of notes on the script, lots of thoughts about casting and lots of thoughts about the cuts of the movies. But the directors are free to take what they think makes the movie better and not use what they think doesn’t make it better. And surprise, surprise, when you give a director total control, they listen more, they solicit us more. The dialogue becomes healthier.
  • There are a lot of parallels between doing a sequel and doing low budget movies, which is they give creative parameters. As a creative person myself, I work better with parameters as opposed to anything goes. Sequels force you to work creatively so that you don’t make a movie that people say, ‘That was so original, why was that a sequel? That should have just been its own movie. It had nothing to do with the first movie’. You don’t want them coming out saying, ‘Well, that movie felt exactly like the first movie. Why did I waste $14.50 on that?’. I think that’s fun. I really like the challenge of that.
  • [on making horror films with an open ending] That I really discourage our filmmakers to do. On a micro-budget movie, I always tell them to make a great movie. If you make a great movie that succeeds, we’ll figure out a sequel.
  • Success is always a surprise. Maybe I lose a little less sleep, but still I lose sleep. There’s the movie itself obviously, there’s marketing, there’s the weather, current events. Everything can be right and then you have bad weather and you’re suddenly in trouble. There are so many factors that go into having a successful movie.. too many that you can’t control. I’m always thrilled and always surprised.


  • His business moto is making his films 3 millions and under


Title Year Status Character
Insidious: Chapter 4 2017 producer post-production
Get Out 2017 producer completed
Creep 2 2017 executive producer post-production
Prey 2017 producer filming
Sharp Objects 2017 TV Series executive producer – 8 episodes pre-production
Stephanie 2017 producer post-production
The Keeping Hours 2016 producer post-production
Amityville: The Awakening 2016 producer completed
Delirium 2016/II producer completed
Benji producer filming
Bev Kearney Story producer announced
Half to Death producer filming
The Purge 4 producer announced
Unfriended 2 producer announced
Untitled Halloween Sequel producer announced
The Resurrection of Gavin Stone 2016 executive producer
Ouija: Origin of Evil 2016 producer – produced by
Split 2016/IX producer
The Belko Experiment 2016 executive producer
Viral 2016/I producer
The Purge: Election Year 2016 producer
Lowriders 2016 producer
Incarnate 2016 producer
The Darkness 2016/I producer
Judgment Day: Prison or Parole? 2016 TV Series documentary executive producer
#15SecondScare 2015-2016 TV Series short executive producer – 14 episodes
Alive and Kicking 2016 Documentary executive producer
Hush 2016/I producer
In a Valley of Violence 2016 producer
Sleight 2016 executive producer
The Veil 2016/I producer
Hellevator 2015 TV Series executive producer – 9 episodes
South of Hell 2015 TV Series executive producer – 8 episodes
Jem and the Holograms 2015 producer
Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension 2015 producer
Martyrs 2015 producer
Curve 2015 producer
The Visit 2015/I producer
Visions 2015/II producer
Sinister 2 2015 producer
The Gift 2015/VI producer
The Gallows 2015 producer
Insidious: Chapter 3 2015 producer
Area 51 2015 producer
The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst 2015 TV Mini-Series documentary executive producer – 6 episodes
Exeter 2015/III executive producer
The Lazarus Effect 2015 producer
How to Dance in Ohio 2015 Documentary executive producer
The Boy Next Door 2015 producer
Eye Candy TV Series executive producer – 1 episode, 2015 producer – 1 episode
Ascension 2014 TV Mini-Series executive producer – 3 episodes
Jessabelle 2014 producer
Ouija 2014/II producer
Stretch 2014 producer
Mercy 2014/I producer
Mockingbird 2014 producer
The Town That Dreaded Sundown 2014 producer
Unfriended 2014 executive producer
The Purge: Anarchy 2014 producer
The Normal Heart 2014 TV Movie executive producer
Not Safe for Work 2014 producer
Creep 2014/I producer
13 Sins 2014 executive producer
Whiplash 2014 producer
Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones 2014 producer
Best Night Ever 2013 producer
Insidious: Chapter 2 2013 producer
Plush 2013 producer
Oculus 2013/I executive producer
The Green Inferno 2013 executive producer
The Purge 2013/I producer
Stranded 2013 TV Series executive producer – 6 episodes
Dark Skies 2013 producer
Whiplash 2013 Short executive producer
Paranormal Activity 4 2012 producer
The Bay 2012/II producer
The Lords of Salem 2012 producer
Lawless 2012 executive producer
The River 2012 TV Series executive producer – 8 episodes
Sinister 2012/I producer
The Babymakers 2012 producer
Paranormal Activity 3 2011 producer
The FP 2011 executive producer
Paranormal Activity 2 2010 producer
Insidious 2010/I producer
Tooth Fairy 2010/I producer
Washingtonienne 2009 TV Movie producer – 2009
The Reader 2008 co-executive producer
The Accidental Husband 2008 producer
Paranormal Activity 2007 producer
Graduation 2007 executive producer
Griffin & Phoenix 2006 producer
Stagedoor 2006 Documentary executive producer
The Darwin Awards 2006 producer
The Fever 2004 producer
Easy Six 2003 producer
The Adventures of Tom Thumb & Thumbelina 2002 Video executive producer
Hysterical Blindness 2002 TV Movie executive producer
Hamlet 2000 executive producer
Baggage 1997 Short producer
One Way Out 1996 executive producer
Kicking and Screaming 1995 associate producer
Title Year Status Character
The Haunting of Pearson Place 2013 inspired by
Unknown Project 2013 special thanks
The Big One 1997 Documentary grateful acknowledgment
Title Year Status Character
Foundumentary 2017 Documentary pre-production Himself (rumored)
Haunters Documentary post-production
Criminal Intent 2016 Video documentary Himself
Face Off 2016 TV Series Himself – Special Guest
Made in Hollywood 2013-2015 TV Series Himself
Janela Indiscreta 2015 TV Series Himself
Today 2015 TV Series Himself
Weekend Ticket 2015 TV Series short Himself
The 87th Annual Academy Awards 2015 TV Special Himself – Nominee: Best Picture
Vivir de cine 2013 TV Series Himself


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