Haim Saban

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Haim Saban Wiki Biography

Haim Saban was born on the 15th October 1944, in Alexandria, Egypt, and is an American record, film, and television producer, who is probably best recognized for being the founder of Saban Entertainment, a television production company which has produced such children’s films and TV titles as “Power Rangers”, “Inspector Gadget”, and “X-Men” among other. His career has been active since the mid- 1960s.

So, have you ever wondered how rich Haim Saban is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Saban counts his net worth at the impressive amount of $3.4 billion, accumulated through his successful career in the entertainment and music industries.

Haim Saban was brought up in an Egyptian-Jewish family, which later moved to Tel Aviv, Israel, where he attended a Youth Aliyah boarding school. Due to being a troublemaker, he was expelled, so he enrolled at a night school, from which he matriculated.

Saban’s professional career began in 1966, when he became the bass player for the rock band named The Lions of Judah (Ha’arayot). At the same time, he worked as the band’s manager, which established his net worth. Three years later, Dave Watts joined the band, and in the same year, they went on tour through England, after which they signed a contract with Polydor Records, and released the single “Our Love’s A Growing Thing”, without any major success; however, they returned to Israel, and Saban started pursuing a career as a record producer.

Subsequently, he moved to France, where he established his own record label together with Shuki Levy. Their clients were such artists as Mike Brant and Noam Kaniel, among many others. Since then, his career has only gone upwards, as well as his net worth and popularity. Levy and Saban became well-known for composing soundtracks for a number of children’s series.

He subsequently moved to the USA, where he began work as a film and television producer, launching his own company named Saban Entertainment productions in 1988. During the 1990s, the company became recognized for such productions as “The Karate Kid”, “V.R. Troopers”, and “Power Rangers”. In 1996, Fox Children’s Productions and Saban Entertainment assimilated to form Fox Kids Worldwide; however, in 2001, the company was sold for $5.3 billion to The Walt Disney Company, becoming ABC Family, which added a considerable amount to his net worth.

In 2003, Saban bought ProSiebenSat.1 Meda group, a German media conglomerate, which had gone bankrupt. The company owns five television channels, and under the control of Saban, it became one of the greatest, increasing further his net worth. Three years later, he did the same thing with Univision Communications, the largest Spanish-language media company in the USA.

Speaking about his personal life, Haim Saban has been married to Cheryl Lynn Flor Saban since 1987; the couple has two children, and he is also the father of two adopted children. His current residence is in Beverly Hill, California. In free time, he is very active in politics, and is known for supporting Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. He is also known for being a philanthropist, who donates money to charitable organizations such as Soroka Medical Center.

IMDB Wikipedia $3.4 Billion 1944 1944-10-15 3400000000 Alexandria American / Israeli Arieh Saban Cheryl Saban Composer Digimon: Digital Monsters (1999) Dragon Ball Z (1996) Egypt Haim Saban Haim Saban Net Worth Hillary Clinton Libra Media proprietor Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993) Mike Brant Music Department Ness Saban Noam Kaniel October 15 producer She-Ra: Princess of Power (1985) Shuki Levy Tanya Saban

Haim Saban Quick Info

Full NameHaim Saban
Net Worth$3.4 Billion
Date Of BirthOctober 15, 1944
Place Of BirthAlexandria, Egypt
ProfessionMedia proprietor
NationalityAmerican, Israeli
SpouseCheryl Saban
ChildrenTanya Saban, Ness Saban
SiblingsArieh Saban
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/haimsabanofficial
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/haimsaban
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm0536805/
MoviesMighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 4: The Wizard of Oz; The Magic Carpet; Alibaba and Forty Thieves, Power Rangers Monster Bash Halloween Special
TV ShowsPower Rangers, Big Bad Beetleborgs, Masked Rider, VR Troopers, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Power Rangers Megaforce, Power Rangers Time Force, Mighty Morphin Alien Rangers, Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation, Power Rangers Dino Charge, Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog, Around the World in Eighty Dreams, …

Haim Saban Important Facts

  • Haim was the owner and founder of Saban Entertainment, the company behind the monster hit “Power Rangers”. The company was bought out in 2001 by The Walt Disney Company, and it was renamed Buena Vista (BVS) Entertainment.
  • Named to University of California Board of Regents. [2002]
  • Son Ness, b. 1989; daughter Tanya, b. 1991.

Haim Saban Filmography

TitleYearStatusCharacterRole
Los Luchadores2001TV Series 1 episodeComposer
Living with Lionel2001TV Series as Kussa MahchiComposer
Digimon: Digital Monsters1999-2001TV Series 104 episodesComposer
Avengers: United They Stand1999-2000TV Series 13 episodesComposer
Action Man2000TV Series 1 episodeComposer
Mad Jack the Pirate1998-1999TV Series 13 episodesComposer
Power Rangers in Space1998TV Series 43 episodesComposer
Curse of the ShadowBorg1997Video as Kussa MahchiComposer
The Incredible Hulk1996-1997TV Series 21 episodesComposer
Bureau of Alien Detectors1996TV Series 13 episodesComposer
Dragon Ball Z1996TV Series as Kussa MahchiComposer
Eagle Riders1996TV Series as Kussa MahchiComposer
Little Mouse on the Prairie1996TV SeriesComposer
Lord Zedd’s Monster Heads: The Greatest Villains of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers1995Video short as Kussa MahchiComposer
Space Strikers1995TV SeriesComposer
Spider-Man1995TV Series 2 episodesComposer
X-Men1995TV Series 1 episodeComposer
Sweet Valley High1994-1995TV Series 15 episodesComposer
Teknoman1994TV Series as Kussa MahchiComposer
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Alpha’s Magical Christmas1994Video short as Kussa MahchiComposer
Creepy Crawlers1994TV Series as Kussa MahchiComposer
Tonde Buurin1994TV Series as Kussa MahchiComposer
Little Shop1991TV Series 13 episodesComposer
Video Power1990TV Series 1990Composer
Attack of the Killer Tomatoes1990TV Series 13 episodesComposer
Kid ‘n’ Play1990TV Series 1990Composer
Samurai Pizza Cats1990TV SeriesComposer
The New Adventures of He-Man1990TV Series 1990Composer
Heroes on Hot Wheels1990TV Series 1991Composer
Little Golden Book Land1989TV MovieComposer
The Real Ghostbusters1986-1989TV Series 43 episodesComposer
Camp Candy1989TV Series 10 episodesComposer
Deadly Nightmares1987-1989TV Series 38 episodesComposer
The Karate Kid1989TV Series 13 episodesComposer
Captain N: The Game Master1989TV Series 13 episodesComposer
The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!1989TV Series 65 episodesComposer
Ring Raiders1989TV Series 1 episodeComposer
C.O.P.S.1988-1989TV Series 65 episodesComposer
A.L.F.1987-1989TV Series 26 episodesComposer
The Adventures of Ronald McDonald: McTreasure Island1989Video shortComposer
RoboCop1988TV Series 12 episodesComposer
Dennis the Menace1986-1988TV Series 78 episodesComposer
ALF Tales1988TV SeriesComposer
Dino-Riders1988TV Series 11 episodesComposer
Barbie and the Rockers: Out of This World1987TV ShortComposer
Diplodo1987TV SeriesComposer
Maxie’s World1987TV SeriesComposer
Meet Julie1987TV MovieComposer
Starcom: The U.S. Space Force1987TV Series 13 episodesComposer
Sylvanian Families1987TV Series 13 episodesComposer
She-Ra: Princess of Power1985-1987TV Series 93 episodesComposer
Dinosaucers1987TV Series 5 episodesComposer
Grimm Masterpiece Theatre1987TV SeriesComposer
Beverly Hills Teens1987TV Series 20 episodesComposer
The Little Wizards1987TV Series 1987Composer
Hello Kitty’s Furry Tale Theater1987TV Series 1987Composer
Lady Lovelylocks and the Pixietails1987TV Series 14 episodesComposer
The New Archies1987TV Series 2 episodesComposer
Macron 11986TV Series as Kussa Mahchi, 1986Composer
My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 4: The Wizard of Oz; The Magic Carpet; Alibaba and Forty Thieves1986Video shortComposer
Popples1986TV SeriesComposer
Sectaurs1986TV Mini-SeriesComposer
MASK1985-1986TV Series 75 episodesComposer
ABC Weekend Specials1986TV Series 1 episodeComposer
Photon1986TV SeriesComposer
Lazer Tag Academy1986TV Series 1986Composer
Heathcliff: The Movie1986Composer
La vie des Botes1986TV Series 1986Composer
My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 1: Puss n’ Boots/Little Red Riding Hood1986VideoComposer
My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 2: The Three Little Pigs/The Ugly Duckling/The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids1986Video shortComposer
My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 3: Sleeping Beauty/Snow White/Cinderella1986VideoComposer
Rainbow Brite1984-1986TV Series 13 episodesComposer
Zoobilee Zoo1986TV Series 5 episodesComposer
Punky Brewster: More for Your Punky1985Composer
He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special1985TV MovieComposer
Kissyfur1985TV SeriesComposer
Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors1985TV Series 65 episodesComposer
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe1983-1985TV Series 130 episodesComposer
Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer1985Composer
Inspector Gadget1983-1985TV Series 86 episodesComposer
The Littles1983-1985TV Series 29 episodesComposer
Mister T1983-1985TV Series 19 episodesComposer
Punky Brewster1985TV SeriesComposer
The Secret of the Sword1985Composer
Here Come the Littles1985Composer
Kidd Video1985TV Series 1 episodeComposer
Pole Position1984TV Series 13 episodesComposer
The Get Along Gang1984TV Series 13 episodesComposer
Punky Brewster1984TV SeriesComposer
Going Bananas1984TV SeriesComposer
Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats1984TV SeriesComposer
Poochie1984TV MovieComposer
Moon Madness1984Composer
Heathcliff1984TV Series 2 episodesComposer
Lucky Luke1984TV Series 8 episodesComposer
Les Dalton en cavale1983Composer
The Mysterious Cities of Gold1982-1983TV Series 39 episodesComposer
Ulysses 311981-1982TV Series 26 episodesComposer
Time bokan1975TV SeriesComposer
Power Rangers2017producer pre-productionProducer
Melody2017executive producer announcedProducer
Power Rangers Dino Charge2015TV Series executive producer – 10 episodesProducer
Power Rangers Super Megaforce2014TV Series executive producerProducer
Power Rangers Samurai2011-2012TV Series executive producer – 41 episodesProducer
Power Rangers Time Force2001TV Series executive producerProducer
Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue2000TV Series executive producer – 40 episodesProducer
Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue – Titanium Ranger: Curse of the Cobra2000Video executive producerProducer
Power Rangers Lost Galaxy1999TV Series executive producer – 45 episodesProducer
Power Rangers in Space1998TV Series executive producer – 43 episodesProducer
Ri¢hie Ri¢h’s Christmas Wish1998Video executive producerProducer
Addams Family Reunion1998TV Movie executive producerProducer
Rusty: A Dog’s Tale1998executive producerProducer
Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog1998TV Series executive producerProducer
Casper Meets Wendy1998Video executive producerProducer
Curse of the ShadowBorg1997Video executive producerProducer
Power Rangers Turbo1997TV Series executive producer – 45 episodesProducer
Breaker High1997TV Series executive producerProducer
Casper: A Spirited Beginning1997Video executive producerProducer
Beetleborgs Metallix1997TV Series executive producerProducer
Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie1997executive producerProducer
Diabolik1997TV Series executive producerProducer
Sweet Valley High1994-1997TV Series executive producer – 87 episodesProducer
Power Rangers Zeo1996TV Series executive producer – 50 episodesProducer
Big Bad Beetleborgs1996TV Series executive producerProducer
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers1993-1996TV Series executive producer – 155 episodesProducer
Masked Rider1995TV Series executive producer – 10 episodesProducer
Lord Zedd’s Monster Heads: The Greatest Villains of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers1995Video short executive producerProducer
Princess Tenko and the Guardians of the Magic1995TV Series executive producerProducer
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie1995executive producer / producerProducer
The Good, the Bad, and the Stupid: The Misadventures of Bulk and Skull1995Video executive producerProducer
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Karate Club Level 11994Video executive producerProducer
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Alpha’s Magical Christmas1994Video short executive producerProducer
V.R. Troopers1994TV Series executive producer – 8 episodesProducer
Till Death Us Do Part1992TV Movie executive producerProducer
Camp Candy1989-1992TV Series executive producer – 11 episodesProducer
Little Shop1991TV Series executive producer – 13 episodesProducer
The Rape of Doctor Willis1991TV Movie executive producerProducer
Wowser1990TV Series executive producerProducer
The Girl Who Came Between Them1990TV Movie executive producerProducer
The Phantom of the Opera1990TV Movie executive producerProducer
Anything to Survive1990TV Movie executive producerProducer
Shadow Strikers1990Video executive producerProducer
The Karate Kid1989TV Series executive producer – 13 episodesProducer
A.L.F.TV Series supervising producer – 13 episodes, 1988 – 1989 executive producer – 13 episodes, 1987 – 1988Producer
Couch Potatoes1989TV Series executive producer – 9 episodesProducer
Boes1988TV Series executive producerProducer
Perfect Victims1988executive producerProducer
Offshore Television1988TV Series executive producerProducer
Treasure Mall1988TV Series executive producerProducer
I’m Telling!1987-1988TV Series executive producer – 26 episodesProducer
ALF Tales1988TV Series supervising producer – 1988-1990Producer
Barbie and the Rockers: Out of This World1987TV Short executive producerProducer
Grimm Masterpiece Theatre1987TV Series executive producerProducer
The New Archies1987TV Series executive producer – 2 episodesProducer
Macron 11986TV Series executive producer – 1986Producer
My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 4: The Wizard of Oz; The Magic Carpet; Alibaba and Forty Thieves1986Video short executive producer / producerProducer
Maple Town1986TV Series executive producer – 17 episodesProducer
My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 1: Puss n’ Boots/Little Red Riding Hood1986Video executive producerProducer
My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 2: The Three Little Pigs/The Ugly Duckling/The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids1986Video short executive producerProducer
My Favorite Fairy Tales Volume 3: Sleeping Beauty/Snow White/Cinderella1986Video executive producerProducer
Kidd Video1984TV Series executive producer – 1 episodeProducer
Celebrating 30 Years of Masters of the Universe2012Video short music editorMusic Department
Spider-Man1994-1995TV Series composer – 2 episodesMusic Department
Grimm Masterpiece Theatre1987-1989TV Series composer – 47 episodesMusic Department
The Real Ghostbusters1986-1987TV Series composer – 78 episodesMusic Department
She-Ra: Princess of Power1985-1987TV Series conductor – 93 episodesMusic Department
Sectaurs1986TV Mini-Series music producer – 1986Music Department
RamboTV Series composer – 65 episodes, 1986 producer – 65 episodes, 1986Music Department
Photon1986TV Series composer – 1 episodeMusic Department
Lazer Tag Academy1986TV Series conductor – 1986Music Department
Robotman & Friends1985TV Movie producer: background musicMusic Department
He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special1985TV Movie conductorMusic Department
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe1983-1985TV Series conductor – 114 episodesMusic Department
Mister T1983-1985TV Series music producer – 19 episodesMusic Department
Punky Brewster1985TV Series conductor – 1 episodeMusic Department
The Secret of the Sword1985conductorMusic Department
Saturday Supercade1983TV Series composer – 4 episodesMusic Department
Don de la manchaTV Mini-Series composer – 23 episodes, 1980 international version – 23 episodes, 1980Music Department
Goldwing1978composer: English version / music arranger: English version / music producer: English versionMusic Department
Power Rangers2017original series created by pre-productionWriter
Power Rangers Dino Charge2015TV Series 10 episodesWriter
Power/Rangers2015Short original creator – uncreditedWriter
Power Rangers Megaforce2013TV Series creatorWriter
Power Rangers Samurai2011-2012TV Series 41 episodesWriter
Great Pretenders1999TV Series theme song – as Kussa MahchiWriter
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, the Game1995Video Game characters – uncreditedWriter
Around the World in Eighty Dreams1992TV SeriesWriter
Chappie2015writer: “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe – Opening Theme”Soundtrack
Saturday Night Live2014TV Series writer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
The Big Bang Theory2012TV Series writer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Nostalgia Critic2012TV Series writer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
Digimon: The Movie2000writer: “Digi Rap”, “Going Digital”, “Here We Go”, “Let’s Kick it Up”, “Change into Power”, “Strange”, “Hey Digimon”, “Run Around” – as Kussa MahchiSoundtrack
Inspector Gadget1999writer: “Inspector Gadget” 1987, “I’ll Be Your Everything” from Inspector GadgetSoundtrack
Power Rangers in Space1998TV Series writer: “Power Rangers in Space Theme”Soundtrack
Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie1997writer: “Freewheelin”, “Enemies Beware”Soundtrack
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie1995writer: “Go Go Power Rangers”, “Cross My Line”Soundtrack
Diplodo1987TV Series writer: “Diplodos”, “Diplodo”Soundtrack
The Real Ghostbusters1987TV Series writer – 3 episodesSoundtrack
Beverly Hills Teens1987TV Series writer: “Beverly Hills Teens”, “Bécébégé”, “Creciendo en Beverly Hills”Soundtrack
Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer1985music: “Brand New Day”, “Rainbow Brite and Me”Soundtrack
MASK1985TV Series writer: “M.A.S.K.”Soundtrack
The Secret of the Sword1985writer: “I Have The Power”Soundtrack
Lucky Luke1984TV Series writer: “Bang Bang Lucky Luke”Soundtrack
Heathcliff & the Catillac Cats1984TV Series writer: “Heathcliff”, “Les Entrechats Sont Là”Soundtrack
Kidd Video1984TV Series producer – 1 episodeSoundtrack
He-Man and the Masters of the Universe1983TV Series “Opening and Closing Title Theme”Soundtrack
Les Dalton en cavale1983lyrics: “Bang Bang Lucky Luke” – as Haïm Saban / music: “Bang Bang Lucky Luke” – as Haïm SabanSoundtrack
Inspector Gadget1983TV Series writer: “Inspector Gadget”, “Inspecteur Gadget”, “L’ispettore Gadget”Soundtrack
The Littles1983TV Series writer: “Here Come The Littles” ThemeSoundtrack
The Mysterious Cities of Gold1982TV Series writer: “Les Mystérieuses Citées D’Or”, “Mysterious Cities Of Gold”Soundtrack
Ulysses 311981TV Series lyrics: “Ulysse”, “Ulysse 31”, “Ulysse Revient” / music: “Ulysse”, “Ulysse 31”, “Ulysse Revient”Soundtrack
Power Rangers Super Megaforce2014Video Game chairman and ceo: Saban BrandsMiscellaneous
Power Rangers Super Samurai2012Video Game chairman and ceo: Saban BrandsMiscellaneous
Power Rangers Samurai2011Video Game chairman and ceo: Saban BrandsMiscellaneous
Funk Fist: The 32nd Legend of Seesaw2009special thanksThanks
Perfect Little Angels1998TV Movie the producers wish to thank: for their assistanceThanks
Prey of the Chameleon1992special thanksThanks
Fatal Games1984special thanks – as Haim SabinThanks
Uvda2015TV SeriesHimselfSelf
Charlie Rose2013TV SeriesHimself – GuestSelf
A Morphenomenal Cast: A Look Back at Becoming a Power Ranger2012Video documentary shortHimselfSelf
Morphin Time! A Look Back at Mighty Morphin Power Rangers2012Video documentary shortHimselfSelf