• Naomi Odenkirk is an American film and TV producer, renowned for her marriage to Golden Globe Award-nominated actor Bob Odenkirk.
• She has worked on projects such as “Melvin Goes to Dinner” (2003), “The Pity Card” (2006), “Derek and Simon: The Show” (2007), “Let’s Do This!” (2011), and “W/Bob and David” (2015).
• She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
• She married Bob Odenkirk in 1995, and the couple have two children together.
• Bob suffered a mild heart attack in July 2021, but recovered quickly.
Who is Naomi Odenkirk?
Naomi Odenkirk is an American film and TV producer, who has worked on such projects as the TV series “Derek and Simon: The Show” (2007), and “W/Bob and David” (2015), among others, but she’s probably best known as the wife of Golden Globe Award-nominated actor Bob Odenkirk.
Naomi Odenkirk Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education
Born Naomi Susan Yomotov in 1974 in the USA, she is rather secretive about her early life, as she’s decided not to reveal her exact date of birth or birthplace. The secrets about her life go deeper, as there is no information about her parents, any siblings, and her educational background as well.
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Popularity Through Marriage
Bob Odenkirk’s career started in the late ‘80s, and he and Naomi married in 1995. She was unknown at the time, but as Bob’s career was improving, Naomi’s popularity was also increasing. She took over the production duties of her husband’s creations over the years, so giving herself another dimension. The media buzzed her name, but still, she’s declined all the major publications for an interview, deciding to work behind the scenes and raise her and Bob’s children, while helping Bob’s career along the way.
Career as a Producer
Her first work as a producer was on the award-winning romantic comedy-drama film “Melvin Goes to Dinner” in 2003, directed by her husband, and starring Michael Blieden, Stephanie Courtney and Matt Price. Three years later, she was the executive producer of the short film “The Pity Card”, while in 2007 she worked as the producer on the TV series “Derek and Simon: The Show”. To speak further of her success, she was the executive producer on the television movie “Let’s Do This!” (2011), and in 2015 worked on the TV series “W/Bob and David”. Her latest work was as executive producer on the podcast series “Summer in Argyle”.
As of late 2021, Naomi Odenkirk’s net worth has been estimated at around $2 million, earned through her career as a film and television producer.
Personal Life, Marriage, Husband, Children
Naomi and Bob met in 1994 during one of Bob’s comedy shows in West Hollywood. At first he wasn’t very interested in her, but after another chance encounter outside a comedy club in Santa Monica, Naomi and Bob started dating. The two married in 1997, and have welcomed two children together, a son Nate and daughter Erin Odenkirk.
Appearance and Vital Statistics
Bob Odenkirk’s wife has brown hair and brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 9ins (1.75m), while she weighs approximately 165lbs (75kgs). Her vital statistics are currently unknown, as well as her bra, dress and shoe size.
Naomi Odenkirk’s Husband, Bob Odenkirk Biography
Born Robert John Odenkirk on 22 October 1962, in Berwyn, Illinois USA, he’s one of seven children of Walter and Barbara Odenkirk. Of German and Irish ancestry, his parents’ divorced apparently because of his father’s alcohol addiction, which steered Bob away from all alcoholic beverages.
He went to Naperville North High School, and matriculated at just 16 years old. Feeling that he was too young for college, he still attended the local College of DuPage in Glen Ellyn, Illinois, then after a year he went to Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He didn’t stop there and eventually obtained his bachelor’s degree from Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.
Bob might be best known to the world as Saul Goodman in the crime-drama series “Breaking Bad” and its spin-off “Better Call Saul”, however, he’s given much more to the entertainment world.
From the late ‘80s to the ‘90s, he was a writer on such shows as “Saturday Night Live”, “The Ben Stiller Show”, and “Late Night with Conan O’Brien”. From 1995 to 1998, he was the writer behind the “Mr. Show with Bob and David”, while from 2004 to 2006 he wrote for the “Tom Goes to the Mayor” show, after meeting the comedy duo Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim.
To speak further of his accomplishments, in 2017 he wrote, produced and starred in the Netflix original film “Girlfriend’s Day”.
Other than the role of Saul Goodman, Bob is also known for playing Ross Grant in the film “Nebraska” (2013), then as Bill Oswalt in the anthology series “Fargo” (2014), and in 2015 appeared in the sci-fi horror-comedy film “Freaks of Nature”.
Two years later, Bob co-starred in the Academy Award-nominated drama film “The Post”, with Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks and Sarah Paulson in the lead roles, while in 2019 he appeared in the award-winning romantic comedy film “Long Shot”, starring Charlize Theron, Seth Rogen and June Diane Raphael. Later that year, Bob featured in the Academy Award-winning romantic drama film “Little Women”, based on the novel of the same name written by Louisa May Alcott, and it starred Saoirse Ronan, Emma Watson, and Florence Pugh.
Most recently, Bob appeared in the remake of the popular horror film “Halloween Kills”, and starred in the action crime-drama film “Nobody”, directed by Ilya Naishuller, both in 2021.
According to sources, Bob Odenkirk’s net worth has been estimated to be around $16 million as of early 2022, earned through his successful career as an actor, writer and director.
In July 2021, Bob suffered a mild heart attack while on the set of the sixth season of “Better Call Saul”. He was rushed to the hospital where he spent several days, recovering with Naomi by his side. Bob ultimately recovered without needing surgery, and returned to his acting duties in early September.