Quick Facts of

  • First NameSeymour
  • Last NameKravitz
  • Net Worth$ 1 million
  • CareerFilmmaker
  • Age81
  • MotherJean Kaufman
  • FatherJoseph Kravitz
  • WifeRoxie Roker
  • SonLenny Kravitz

How Much Net Worth Late Filmmaker Sy Kravitz Had?  

Sy Kravitz had an estimated net worth of around $1 million at the time of his death. He had produced various hit films before his death.

Most famously, Kravitz, who was also a filmmaker and news producer at NBC, was the father of versatile singer-songwriter, actor, and record producer Lenny Kravitz. He is also the grandfather of popular actress and singer Zoë Kravitz.

He took his Slavic and Jewish roots and incorporated them into his art and talent, gaining international fame.     

Learn about his net worth, endorsement deals, sponsorships, social media earnings career, income sources, salary, assets, lifestyle, house, cars, tax, insurance, and charity below.

Net Worth: Earnings, Income Sources, Salary

As we mentioned earlier, Sy Kravitz had an estimated net worth of around $1 million. He earned most of his money from his career as a producer.

Although the exact figure of his salary is not available, reports suggest that producers in the United States earn around $115,920 per year on average.

His net worth is comparable to filmmakers like Dane Boedigheimer, Zack Pearlman, and Andy Samberg.

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His contribution to the film industry was recognized with an award. According to the study, the average salary for a filmmaker is around $68,440 and news producers earn around $43,642 per year.

His son, Lenny Kravitz, meanwhile, is worth around $50 million as per data from Celebritynetworth in June 2019. He amassed a net worth from his career as a rock star. His career started almost 4 decades ago and is still going strong.  

Similarly, her granddaughter is worth around $8 million as of June 2022 as per data from Celebritynetworth.   

His career as an NBC news producer and filmmaker garnered him international and national fame. He is considered one of the pioneering film producers of his generation.

Assets, Lifestyle, House, Cars, Charity, And Expenses

Although he was considered an iconic and famous filmmaker, the details of his property, houses, and cars are not available in the media.  

Sy Kravitz
Source: Gadgetswright

Similarly, he may have had expensive cars and state-of-the-art vehicles but the exact details are missing. 

The man of all parts may have also done charity during his incredible life and career however, the exact involvement of the star financial or otherwise is not available in the media and tabloid sources.  

Sy Kravitz’s Personal Life: Biography, Cause Of Death, Family, Son, Granddaughter

Sy Kravitz was born on December 10, 1924, in Brooklyn, New York City. He was 81 years old at the time of his death. He was an American as per his nationality and belongs to Mixed ethnicity having Jewish and Russian heritage. He had a brother who he lost during the Korean War. 

His brother was honored with the Distinguished Service Cross after his death for his service in the military. Kravitz became an only child after the death of his brother. He attended Beverly Hills High School and focused on his career as a filmmaker after graduation.  

Regarding his relationships, he got married to Roxie Roker who was an African-American woman back in 1962 when America was still very much racially segregated. The couple was still in their late teens when they got married. Their marriage did not last long, however, and the couple went their separate ways in 1962. 

After this, he got married to a woman named Erica, the marriage blessed the couple with 3 children, a son named after his late brother Lenny Kravitz and 2 daughters.  

His son Lenny Kravitz is an American singer-songwriter. He has released music albums like Raise Vibration, Mama Said, Lenny, 5, Strut.

Death, Leukemia

The icon was a victim of leukemia which is a cancer of the bone marrow or blood. He struggled and fought with the disease before eventually passing away on October 29, 2005.