Russell Crowe Net Worth

Russell Crowe Net Worth
Russell Crowe Net Worth

Russell Crowe net worth

Current Net Worth$120 Million (USD – 12 Crores), (Rupees – 932 Crores)

Russell Crowe short biography

Net Worth$120 Million
BornApril 7, 1964 (Age – 58)
Identified asNew Zealander Actor, Director & Singer
StatusDecent Actor
Years active1985–present
EducationVaucluse High School, Vaucluse Public School, Mount Roskill Grammar School, Sydney Boys High School, Auckland Grammar School
NationalityNew Zealanders
ResidenceSydney, Australia
Spousal statusDivorced (Danielle Spencer M. 2003; Div. 2018)​
Children2
Russell Crowe short biography

Russell Crowe has a net worth of $120 Million (Rupees – 932 Crores) and is a New Zealander Actor, Director, and Singer, most known for his glorious acting in Hollywood movies.

Russell Ira Crowe is a singer, actor, and filmmaker.

He was born in New Zealand, lived in Australia for ten years as a youngster, and migrated there permanently at the age of 21.

Crowe went on to feature in the musical drama Les Misérables (2012), the superhero epic Man of Steel (2013), the biblical fantasy drama Noah (2014), and the action-comedy The Nice Guys, among other films (2016).

With the drama The Water Diviner, in which he also featured, he made his directorial debut in 2014.

He has received several honors, including a plaque on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, two Golden Globe Awards, and a British Academy Film Award.

Since 2006, he has been a co-owner of the South Sydney Rabbitohs of the National Rugby League (NRL).

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Russell Crowe biography

Full NameRussell Ira Crowe
BirthplaceStrathmore Park, Wellington, New Zealand
Height5.10 feet, 179 cm
Weight98 Kg
FatherJohn Alexander Crowe
MotherJocelyn Yvonne Crowe
Russell Crowe Biography

Russell Ira Crowe was born on April 7, 1964, in the Wellington suburb of Strathmore Park, to Jocelyn Yvonne and John Alexander Crowe, who worked as film set cooks.

His father was also a hotel manager.

Stan Wemyss, his maternal grandfather, was a cameraman who received an MBE for recording World War II material as a member of the New Zealand Film Unit. Crowe is Mori, and one of his maternal great-great-grandmothers identifies with Ngti Porou.

John Doubleday Crowe, his paternal grandfather, was a Welshman from Wrexham, while another of his forebears was Scottish.

English, German, Irish, Italian, Norwegian, and Swedish ancestors are among his other relatives.

He is the nephew of cricketer Dave Crowe and the cousin of former New Zealand national cricket captains Martin and Jeff Crowe.

Crowe’s family relocated to Australia when he was four years old, settling in Sydney, where his parents worked as film set caterers.

Thompson would later play the father of Crowe’s character in The Sum of Us in 1994.

Crowe also had a brief appearance in the TV series The Young Doctors.

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Education

He attended Vaucluse Public School and Sydney Boys High School in Australia before returning to New Zealand with his family in 1978 when he was 14 years old.

He finished his secondary studies at Auckland Grammar School and Mount Roskill Grammar School alongside his cousins and brother Terry before dropping out at the age of 16 to pursue his acting dreams.

Career

New Zealand

Crowe began his performance career as a musician in the early 1980s, under the stage name “Russ Le Roq,” with the help of his good buddy Tom Sharplin.

In 1984, he was the manager of “The Venue,” an Auckland music venue.

Australia

At the age of 21, Crowe returned to Australia with the intention of applying to the National Institute of Dramatic Art.

Director Daniel Abineri gave him his first professional job in a New Zealand version of The Rocky Horror Show from 1986 to 1988.

When he couldn’t find another job in 1987, Crowe busked for six months. Crowe portrayed Mickey in the Australian version of Blood Brothers in 1988.

In 1989, Daniel Abineri cast him in the character of Johnny in the theatrical musical Bad Boy Johnny and the Prophets of Doom.

Crowe appeared in the opening episode of the second season of Police Rescue in 1992. Crowe also acted in Romper Stomper, an Australian film directed by Geoffrey Wright and co-starring Jacqueline McKenzie that depicted the antics and collapse of a racist skinhead organization in blue-collar suburban Melbourne.

Crowe filed for Australian citizenship in 2006 and again in 2013, but was denied because he did not meet the residence criteria, according to reports in 2015.

North America

Following his first breakthrough in Australia, Crowe featured in For the Moment, a Canadian film, in 1993 before focusing on American films.

In Virtuosity, he featured with Denzel Washington (with whom he subsequently acted in American Gangster) and Sharon Stone in The Quick and the Dead in 1995.

He has starred in two more best picture nominations, L.A. Confidential and Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, between 1997 and 2003.

In 2005, he reunited with Ron Howard, the director of A Beautiful Mind, for Cinderella Man.

Crowe featured in The Next Three Days, a 2010 Paul Haggis film based on the 2008 French film Pour Elle.

He starred as a mobster in the cinematic version of Mark Helprin’s 1983 novel Winter’s Tale and as Noah in the Darren Aronofsky picture Noah in 2014.

Crowe will play Zeus in Marvel Studios’ Thor: Love and Thunder, which will be released on May 6, 2022.

Russell Crowe some movies

YearMovie
1990Prisoners of the Sun
1992Romper Stomper
1995The Quick and the Dead
2000Gladiator
2006A Good Year
2009Tenderness
2013Broken City
2016The Nice Guys
2019True History of the Kelly Gang
2021Zack Snyder’s Justice League
Russell Crowe some movies

Russell Crowe income model

Monthly Income$1 Million+ (Rupees – 7 Crore+)
Yearly Income$12 Million+ (Rupees – 93 Crore+)
Russell Crowe income model

Private & early life

While shooting the film The Crossing in 1989, Crowe met Australian singer Danielle Spencer, and the two began an on-again, off-again romance. While shooting their film Proof of Life in 2000, he fell in love with American actress Meg Ryan.

Crowe and Spencer reconnected in 2001, and two years later, in April 2003, they married. Crowe’s cattle farm in Nana Glen, New South Wales, hosted the wedding, which took place on Crowe’s 39th birthday.

He Spencer Crowe and Tennyson Spencer Crowe are the couple’s two sons. Crowe and Spencer were rumored to have split up in October 2012. In April of this year, they divorced.

He, a long-time Nana Glen resident, is well-known in the neighborhood and a regular attendee of local rugby matches. He earned almost $400,000 for the NSW RFS by selling his South Sydney Rabbitohs hat in an online auction during the Australian bushfires in 2019 and 2020.

Crowe told GQ magazine on March 9, 2005, that an FBI official approached him before the 73rd Academy Awards and informed him that al-Qaeda planned to abduct him.

He was included on a series of limited-edition postage stamps called “Legends of the Screen” that featured Australian performers at the beginning of 2009. Crowe, Rush, Blanchett, and Kidman all appear twice in the series, once as themselves and once in their Oscar-nominated role. Crowe is the only foreigner featured on the stamps.

Crowe, who began smoking at the age of ten, started in June 2010 that he has stopped for the sake of his two boys. He told David Letterman in November that he had smoked more than 60 cigarettes a day for 36 years and that the night before the interview, he had “fallen off the wagon” and smoked significantly.

Philanthropy

Crowe made a contribution to a Jewish elementary school whose library had been damaged by arson while filming Cinderella Man on location.

Crowe contributed $200,000 to a struggling primary school near his house in rural Australia on another occasion. The funds were used to fund an $800,000 project at the school to build a swimming pool.

Crowe gave $5,000 to a GoFundMe effort organized by filmmaker Amanda Bailly and journalist Richard Hall in August 2020 to help reconstruct Le Chef, a restaurant that was damaged in the Beirut explosion of 2020.

Awards

YearAward
2000Best Actor
2001Best Actor
2002Best Actor
2014Best Lead Actor – Cinema
2019Best Supporting Actor – Cinema
2020Best Supporting Actor – Cinema
Russell Crowe awards

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