Haim Saban (born October 15, 1944) is an Israeli-American media proprietor, investor, and record, film, and television producer.
He is the 232nd richest person in America and is a businessman with interests in financial services, entertainment, and media. Saban is the founder of Saban Entertainment, which produces and distributes children’s television shows such as Power Rangers in the United States.
Haim Saban’s Net Worth
Haim Saban is a $3 billion net-worth Egyptian-born Israeli-American television and media proprietor, producer, and composer. And that’s AFTER Haim has donated over $1 billion to charity to date.
Haim Saban made his fortune in television and media as the founder of Saban Entertainment, a television production company.
He also wrote theme songs for a number of children’s television shows, including “Inspector Gadget” and “He-Man,” as well as producing Western adaptations of Japanese cartoons like “Power Rangers” and “VR Troopers.”
Haim Saban was born in Alexandria, Egypt, on October 15, 1944. He comes from an Egyptian-Jewish family that immigrated to Israel in 1956.
Haim’s parents enrolled him in a Youth Aliyah boarding school, and after being expelled, he began attending night school, where the principal told him, “You’re not cut out for academic studies; you’re cut out for making money.” Saban went on to serve in the Israeli Defense Forces.
Haim married Cheryl Lynn Flor in 1987, and they had two children: Ness in 1989 and Tanya in 1991. Cheryl is a producer and screenwriter, and Ness followed in his parent’s footsteps by becoming a producer as well.
Saban is also the stepfather of Cheryl’s daughters from her marriage to Ray Lenhart, Tifanie Christian, and Heidi Lenhart.
Heidi is best known for her role as Jenny Garrison on the teen sitcom “California Dreams” in the 1990s, and Tifanie is a voice actress. Haim has consistently donated to the United States.
Democratic Party, and in 2007, he co-hosted an $850,000 fundraiser for Hillary Clinton with Steven Spielberg.