Joaquin Phoenix net worth
Current Net Worth – $50 Million (USD – 5 Crores), (Rupees – 387 Crores)
Joaquin Phoenix short biography
|October 28, 1974 (Age – 47)
|San Juan, Puerto Rico
|Rooney Mara (2016–present; engaged)
Joaquin Phoenix has a net worth of $50 Million (Rupees – 387 Crores) and is an American actor, most known for his amazing acting in Hollywood movies.
Joaquin Rafael Phoenix is an actor from the United States.
He has garnered several awards for his dark and unorthodox roles in indie films, including an Academy Award, a British Academy Film Award, a Grammy Award, and two Golden Globe Awards.
He was named 12th on The New York Times’ list of the 25 Greatest Actors of the Twenty-First Century in 2020.
Phoenix, Joaquin Rafael, is an American actor.
He has won an Academy Award, a British Academy Film Award, a Grammy Award, and two Golden Globe Awards for his dark and unorthodox roles in indie films.
The New York Times rated him 12th on their list of the 25 Greatest Actors of the Twenty-First Century in 2020.
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Joaquin Phoenix biography
|Joaquin Rafael Bottom
|San Juan, Puerto Rico
|5.8 feet, 172 cm
|John Lee Bottom
Joaquin Rafael Bottom was born on October 28, 1974, in the Ro Piedras neighborhood of San Juan, Puerto Rico, to John Lee Bottom, the founder of a landscape gardening company, and Arlyn “Heart” Bottom, an executive secretary at NBC who provided her children with acting work through a connection with an agent.
He is the third of five children, after River and Rain and before Liberty and Summer, all of whom have worked in the entertainment industry.
From his father’s previous relationship, he has a half-sister called Jodean.
His father was of English, German, and French origin and was a devout Catholic from Fontana, California.
Meyer Dunetz, his maternal grandfather, was Russian Jewish, and Margit Lefkowitz, his maternal grandmother, was Hungarian Jewish; both were Ashkenazi Jews who lived in New York City. Phoenix’s parents met in California while traveling and married less than a year later.
Soon after the birth of their second child, they joined the Children of God religious cult and began traveling around South America and the Caribbean as Christian missionaries, where the following two children were born.
Phoenix and River shared a nomination for Best Young Actor in a Family Film Made for Television at the 6th Youth in Film Awards in 1984 for their roles in the ABC Afterschool Special Backwards: The Riddle of Dyslexia.
Phoenix made his feature film debut in SpaceCamp (1986), in which he played a young child who visits Kennedy Space Center to learn about NASA’s space programme and undertakes amateur astronaut training.
In Ron Howard’s comedy-drama Parenthood, Phoenix co-starred as Garry, the distant adolescent nephew of Steve Martin’s character.
River died of an overdose outside The Viper Room in West Hollywood on October 31, 1993. Phoenix, who had gone to the club with his brother and elder sister Rain, dialled 911 to get aid for his dying sibling.
He returned to acting in 1995 with Gus Van Sant’s black comedy To Die For, based on Joyce Maynard’s novel of the same name, which was inspired by the Pamela Smart murder case.
In Oliver Stone’s U Turn, Phoenix portrayed a small-town troublemaker, and in Inventing the Abbotts, he played a poor guy in love with a rich lady.
He appeared in three films in 2000. The first of these was in Ridley Scott’s historical epic picture Gladiator, when he played a fictionalised version of Roman Emperor Commodus.
He voiced Kenai in the Disney animated picture Brother Bear and played the irresolute spouse of a celebrity skater (Claire Danes) in Thomas Vinterberg’s romance-drama It’s All About Love in 2003.
He featured opposite Reese Witherspoon in the Johnny Cash movie Walk the Line, directed by James Mangold, in 2005, after Cash himself gave his approval.
In Gray’s Two Lovers, Phoenix played a suicidal bachelor trapped between the family friend his parents want him to marry and his gorgeous but dangerous new neighbour.
Phoenix was hired in Paul Thomas Anderson’s drama film The Master in 2011, which follows Freddie Quell (Phoenix), a World War II naval veteran attempting to adjust to post-war society, and Lancaster Dodd, the head of a religious cult known as “The Cause.”
In the criminal comedy-drama Inherent Vice, based on Thomas Pynchon’s detective novel of the same name, Phoenix played Doc Sportello, a private investigator and hippie/dope head seeking to help his ex-girlfriend solve a crime.
He portrayed Jesus in the biblical drama Mary Magdalene, directed by Garth Davis and scripted by Helen Edmundson.
He portrayed the DC Comics character Joker in Todd Phillips’ psychological thriller Joker, which told a different version of the character’s genesis tale.
He worked as an executive producer on Viktor Kossakovsky’s film Gunda in 2020.
He played as Johnny, a radio journalist who goes on a cross-country vacation with his little nephew, in Mike Mills’ drama C’mon C’mon in 2021.
Joaquin Phoenix some movies
|Kids Don’t Tell
|To Die For
|It’s All About Love
|We Own the Night
|You Were Never Really Here
Joaquin Phoenix income model
|$4.5 Lakh+ (Rupees – 3.4 Crore+)
|$5 Million+ (Rupees – 38 Crore+)
Private & early life
Phoenix returned to Los Angeles in the mid-1990s after re-establishing himself as an actor. He is noted for his contempt for celebrity culture, for giving few interviews, and for keeping his personal life private.
He dated Liv Tyler, his co-star in Inventing the Abbotts, from 1995 until 1998. Tyler considers Phoenix and his sisters to be her family, and the two remain close friends.
From 2001 through 2005, he was romantically connected with South African model Topaz Page-Green. Phoenix now serves on the board of directors of The Lunchbox Fund, a non-profit organisation started by Page-Green that distributes daily lunches to pupils in township schools in Soweto, South Africa.
Phoenix met her co-star Rooney Mara in 2012. During the filming of Mary Magdalene, the two remained friends and began a love connection four years later. Their engagement was announced in July 2019, and the pair was rumoured to be expecting their first child the following year. The couple welcomed a boy, River, in late September 2020, named after Phoenix’s late brother.
Phoenix describes his family life as straightforward.
He is a karate black belt.
Phoenix booked himself into rehab for alcoholism treatment in early April 2005.
|Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards
|Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards