Norman Lear, the well-known television producer known for his hugely popular sitcoms like “All in the Family” and “The Jeffersons,” which deftly combined humor with perceptive social commentary, died away at home in Los Angeles on Tuesday. 

His passing was disclosed on his website by his family. He died at the age of 101.

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Cause of death-

As of now, the precise cause of his death has not been disclosed by his family members. 

Net worth-

As of December 2023, Norman Lear, the iconic TV producer and writer, is estimated to have a net worth of $200 million. His multi-decade career in television, marked by great success and influence, is the source of this substantial riches.


Norman Lear was born on July 27, 1922.  He died at the age of 101.

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Norman Lear was a famed American screenwriter, producer, and television visionary. Prominent for crafting and executing innovative sitcoms during the 1970s, Lear’s creations tackled significant societal concerns like racism, sexism, homophobia, and classism, sparking crucial dialogues and increasing consciousness. His unique style of blending humor with sharp social commentary was met with both critical acclaim and controversy, changing the face of American sitcoms and pushing the frontiers of television in the process.

In addition to his contributions to entertainment, Lear was a fervent supporter of civil rights and social justice. He established the nonprofit group People For the American Way in 1980 to uphold constitutional liberties. Lear also had success in the motion picture business, helming critically acclaimed productions like “Stand By Me” (1986) and “The Princess Bride” (1987). The American cultural and social fabric bears the permanent imprint of Norman Lear.

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He was married to Lyn Lea in 1987. Before this marriage, he was married to Frances Lear (m. 1956–1986), and Charlotte Lear (m. 1943–1947).


He had five children – Kate Lear, Madeline Lear, Benjamin Lear, Maggie Lear, Ellen Lear, and Brianna Lear.