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Allen Covert Net Worth

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Net Worth$10 Million
Full NameAllen Covert
Date of BirthOct 13, 1964
Birth PlaceUnited States of America

Allen Covert, from West Palm Beach Florida, was Fraternity brothers with fellow actor and comedian, Adam Sandler at New York University. They have remained close friends since and have worked on many projects over the past 20 years of Allen’s acting career. At times Covert has taken the lead acting role (Grandma’s Boy) in a project produced by Happy Madison Productions, Adam Sandler’s production company, but he has recently taken more of producing and writing role in Sandler’s movies. He has a healthy net worth of $14 Million, as he not only has guest stared in many of Adam Sandler’s movies, but also received an Executive-Producer credit on many.Allen Stephen Covert (born October 13, 1964) is an American comedian, actor, writer, and producer best known for his frequent collaborations with actor Adam Sandler.
Covert was born in West Palm Beach, Florida and educated at New York University, where he was a classmate and Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity brother of Adam Sandler.[citation needed] The two have remained friends since, and have also developed a professional partnership that has continued throughout both of their careers. Covert has served as a performer, writer, and/or producer for almost every film and comedy album Sandler has ever released.
Covert’s father was Jewish and his mother was a Southern Baptist; Covert identifies as Jewish.
Covert’s first film role, as a bartender, was in Sandler’s 1989 film Going Overboard. He had minor parts in several subsequent Sandler films before his first prominent role in 1998’s The Wedding Singer alongside Sandler and Drew Barrymore. Covert would continue to have fairly large roles in Sandler’s next four films, including one in Little Nicky for which he gained 40 pounds. He eventually settled back into smaller walk-on and single-scene appearances in Sandler’s films beginning with 50 First Dates in 2004. However, in 2006 Covert starred in the comedy Grandma’s Boy, his first (and only) role as the top-billed actor. Sandler didn’t act in that film but served as an executive producer. Covert has also had small roles in two films that neither star or are produced by Sandler: Never Been Kissed and Late Last Night.

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