Edward Norton Net Worth

Edward Norton Net Worth
Edward Norton Net Worth

Edward Norton net worth

Current Net Worth$300 Million (USD – 30 Crores), (Rupees – 2.3 Thousand Crores)

Edward Norton short biography

Net Worth$300 Million
BornAugust 18, 1969 (Age – 52)
Identified asAmerican Actor & Filmmaker
StatusDecent Actor
Years active1993–present
EducationYale University (BA)
ResidenceOsaka, Japan
Spousal statusMarried (Shauna Robertson M. 2012)​
Edward Norton short biography

Edward Norton has a net worth of $300 Million (Rupees – 2,326 Crores) and is an American actor & filmmaker, most known for his fantastic acting in Hollywood movies.

Edward Harrison Norton is an actor and filmmaker from the United States.

He’s won a Golden Globe and been nominated for three Academy Awards.

He worked in Japan for a few months after graduating from Yale College in 1991 before heading to New York City to pursue an acting career.

He keeps his personal life private and has stated that he has no desire to be a superstar.

He is a trustee of Enterprise Community Partners, a non-profit that fights for affordable housing, and the president of the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust’s American branch.

He also serves as the United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for Biodiversity.

He is married to Shauna Robertson, a Canadian film producer, with whom he has one kid.

Edward Norton became the first celebrity supporter of the international Anti-Corruption Foundation in March 2022, on the day of another sentence of Russian opposition leader and political prisoner Alexei Navalny.

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Edward Norton biography

Full NameEdward Harrison Norton
BirthplaceBoston, Massachusetts, U.S.
Height6 feet, 182 cm
Weight79 Kg
FatherEdward Mower Norton, Jr.
MotherLydia Robinson Norton
Edward Norton Biography

On August 18, 1969, Edward Harrison Norton was born into a progressive Episcopalian family in Boston, Massachusetts.

He grew up in the city of Columbia, Maryland. Edward Mower Norton Jr., his father, was a Marine lieutenant in Vietnam before working as an environmental lawyer and conservationist in Asia and as a federal prosecutor during the Carter administration.

Lydia Robinson “Robin” Rouse, his mother, was an English teacher who died in 1997 from a brain tumor.

James Rouse, Norton’s maternal grandfather, was the founder of the real estate developer The Rouse Company and a co-founder of Enterprise Community Partners.

Molly and James are his two younger siblings.

Norton became interested in theatre after seeing Cinderella with his parents at the Columbia Center for Theatrical Arts (CCTA) when he was five years old.

Norton stated that it was theatre, not movies, that motivated him to pursue acting. At the age of eight, he made his professional debut at Toby’s Dinner Theatre in his hometown in the musical Annie Get Your Gun.

He went on to become a cinema buff, citing Dustin Hoffman and Robert De Niro as early influences because “the ones loved were also the ones who made think they could do it since they weren’t the most gorgeous people.”

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In 1987, he graduated from Wilde Lake High School.

He graduated from Yale College with a BA in History.

He also studied Japanese, performed in university musicals, and competed in rowing.

Norton worked for a non-profit as a representative for his grandfather’s firm Enterprise Community Partners in Osaka, Japan, after graduating from Yale in 1991.

He also studied aikido and krav maga in the United States and Japan.


Norton arrived in New York City after five months in Japan, where he supported himself by taking odd jobs.

Norton auditioned for Albee’s Finding the Sun in 1994 but was not cast.

Shirley Rich, a casting agent, spotted Norton in 1995.

Norton co-starred in Rounders with Matt Damon in 1998, a film about two buddies who desperately need money and play poker to pay off a massive debt.

Norton starred as an unidentified unreliable narrator locked in his white-collar profession in David Fincher’s 1999 thriller Fight Club.

Norton made his directorial debut in the romantic comedy Keeping the Faith in 2000, in which he played a priest called Brian Finn.

In the year 2002, Norton featured in four films.

In 2005’s epic historical drama Kingdom of Heaven, Norton played Baldwin IV, the leper king of Jerusalem.

In 2006, Norton appeared in two significant films, as Eisenheim the magician in The Illusionist and bacteriologist Walter Fane in The Painted Veil.

Norton produced the documentary By the People: The Election of Barack Obama in 2009, which covers former US President Barack Obama’s efforts leading up to his win in the 2008 election.

In 2012, Norton had two leading cinema roles.

Norton appeared in two Academy Award-winning films in 2014: The Grand Budapest Hotel and Birdman, and most recently (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance).

On November 1, 2019, the film was released to mixed reviews. Peter Howell of the Toronto Star commended Norton’s directing but found the picture was too intricate and protracted.

On May 11, 2021, it was revealed that he will star opposite Daniel Craig in the sequel to the mystery thriller Knives Out.

Edward Norton some movies

1996Primal Fear
1999Fight Club
2002Death to Smoochy
2005Kingdom of Heaven
2008The Incredible Hulk
2012Moonrise Kingdom
2016Sausage Party
2019Alita: Battle Angel
2021The French Dispatch
Edward Norton some movies

Edward Norton income model

Monthly Income$2 Million+ (Rupees – 15 Crore+)
Yearly Income$28 Million+ (Rupees – 217 Crore+)
Edward Norton income model

Private & early life

Norton has chosen not to discuss his personal life in public, claiming that excessive media attention may distract him from his work as an actor.

Tabloids reported that Norton and his onscreen co-star Courtney Love were dating after the release of The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996).

Norton stated that he and Love were merely friends and coworkers and that they were not romantically linked.

Love, however, revealed on an episode of Craig Ferguson’s Late Late Show that they had been together for “four years.”

This was in addition to her comments about their previous relationship in a 2006 interview.

She described Norton as a “power of good” who served as a “mediator” and “communicator” between her and her daughter Frances Bean Cobain.

After breaking up with Love in 1999, Norton began dating Salma Hayek, with whom he eventually co-starred in the 2002 movie Frida.

Norton skipped the premiere of The Italian Job, in which he acted, to attend the premiere of Hayek’s directorial debut, The Maldonado Miracle.

They split up in 2003. Norton and Hayek are still friends.

After six years of dating, Norton proposed to Canadian film producer Shauna Robertson in 2011. They married in 2012 and had their first child, Atlas, the following year.


1997Best Supporting Actor
1999Best Actor
2010Outstanding Nonfiction Special
2015Best Supporting Actor
Edward Norton awards


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