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(American Television Writer, Producer, Creator, Philanthropist and Writer)

American television writer, producer, creator, and writer.

Relationship Facts of Philip Rosenthal

Philip Rosenthal is not having an affair with anyone presently.
His sexual orientation is straight.

What is the relationship of Philip Rosenthal?

Philip is married to Monica Horan. Monica is an American actress.

They met each other past when Monica was around 23 years old. Philip was her performing in New York City and later met in the theatre majors at Hofstra. Two became good friend and joined a comedy group together.

The close friendship blossom into love and the couple started dating. They tied the knot on 22 April 1990.

The couple has two children Lily Rosenthal and Ben Rosenthal together. The family resides together in Los Angeles.

Philip and Monic have together also founded The Flourish Foundation.

Who is Philip Rosenthal?

Philip Rosenthal is an American television writer, producer, creator, and writer.

He is the executive producer of the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond and has also presented various food and travel documentaries.

Philip Rosenthal: Age, Parent, and Ethnicity

Philip was born on January 27, 1960, in Queens, New York City, New York, U.S. He was born to a Jewish family.

His family has transferred to various places while Philip grew up. He spent most of his childhood in New City, New York, located in Rockland County. His parent’s names are Helen Rosenthal, Max Rosenthal. Sadly his mother passed away in October 2019. She was diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease.

He has a brother named Richard Rosenthal. Philip holds an American nationality and has mixed (German, French, and English) descent.


Philip has his schooling at Clarkstown North High School in 1977.  He was also very active in the school’s drama club, Cue ‘N Curtain, and theatre. Likely he completed his graduation from Hofstra University in 1981.

Philip Rosenthal: Career, Professional life

Philip started his career as an actor and later moved toward a production and writer career. It was in the early 1980s when he began his career,

He worked as a writer and producer of such shows as Coach with Craig T. Nelson and the short-lived Baby Talk. His career received commercial success after working in the sitcom Everybody Loves Raymond in 1996 and consequently in Coach (1989), and The Simpsons Movie (2007).

Furthermore, he is the author of the book You’re Lucky You’re Funny: How Life Becomes a Sitcom. The writer wrote and directed a documentary film for Sony Pictures called Exporting Raymond. 

In 2015, for the PBS’s I’ll Have What Phil’s Having Rosenthal traveled around the world to explore their food culture. He even directed President Bill Clinton in a White House Correspondents’ Dinner video in April 2000 event.

Philip even launched his youtube channel on Aug 2, 2019, and regularly posts various videos.

Philip is also into philanthropy and serves on the Creative Council of Represent.Us, a nonpartisan anti-corruption organization. Moreover, he launched a national campaign called “Somebody Feed The People” along with the Rosenthal Family Foundation.

Philip Rosenthal: Salary, Net Worth

The famous Screenwriter has a net worth of around $200 million.

Further, he also earns from his merchandise from his website. Philip now resides in his own house in Los Angeles, California. He sold his Mediterranean villa before in 2007 for $5.85 million.

Philip Rosenthal: Rumor, controversy

The writer has maintained a clear image without facing any type of rumors. Similarly, he has never faced any controversies yet.

Body measurement: Height, Weight

Philip stands at a height of 5 feet and 8 inches. His body mass is not exactly known.

Talking about his appearance, he has colored hair with beautiful gray eyes.

Social media

Phillip is active on Twitter with around 74K followers, over 266K followers on Instagram, and likely around 74K followers on his Facebook account.

Moreover, he also has a youtube channel with over 21K subscribers.


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