Tobey Maguire net worth
Current Net Worth – $75 Million (USD – 7.5 Crores), (Rupees – 575 Crores)
Tobey Maguire short biography
|Net Worth||$75 Million|
|Born||June 27, 1975 (Age – 46)|
|Identified as||American Actor, Film Producer|
|Education||Young Actors Space|
|Residence||Los Angeles, California|
|Spousal status||Married (Jennifer Meyer M. 2007; Sep. 2016)|
Tobey Maguire has a net worth of $80 Million (Rupees – 615 Crores), is an American Actor, Film Producer, most known for his Spiderman role.
Tobias Vincent Maguire is an actor and film producer from the United States.
He is most known for his portrayal as Spider-Man in Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man trilogy (2002–2007), which he repeated in Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021), earning him the Guinness World Record for “longest career as a live-action Marvel character.”
Pleasantville (1998), Ride with the Devil (1999), The Cider House Rules (1999), Wonder Boys (2000), Seabiscuit (2003), The Good German (2006), Brothers (2009), and The Great Gatsby (2009) are just a few of his other films (2013).
He has won two Saturn Awards, one for Best Actor and the other for Best Actor.
Maguire founded his own production business, Material Pictures, in 2012, and co-produced Good People in the same year.
In 2014, he produced and performed in Pawn Sacrifice as Bobby Fischer.
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Tobey Maguire biography
|Full Name||Tobias Vincent Maguire|
|Birthplace||Santa Monica, California, U.S.|
|Height||5,6 feet, 170 cm|
Wendy Brown and Vincent Maguire gave birth to Tobias Vincent Maguire on June 27, 1975, in Santa Monica, California.
Maguire spent much of his youth living with various family members after his parents divorced when he was two years old.
Tobey Maguire social media handles:
— Tobey Maguire (@TobeyMaguire) May 17, 2013
Maguire dreamed of being a chef as a youngster, and as a sixth-grader, he wanted to enroll in a home economics program. Instead, his mother gave him $100 to take a theatre class, which he accepted.
Maguire’s emotional well-being began to suffer as a result of his school’s nomadic character, and after yet another relocation during his freshman year, he dropped out of high school and never returned.
Instead, he sought a career as an actor.
He earned his General Educational Development (GED) in 2000, despite the fact that he “was not doing school; I was turning up, but… not really devoting myself” during his school years.
In 1989’s The Wizard, Maguire made his debut appearance in a feature picture. He has no lines and plays one of Lucas Barton’s goons (one of three contenders in a video game tournament).
In the early 1990s, he worked as a child actor, typically portraying characters considerably younger than his chronological age, and he was still playing teens in his mid-20s as late as 2002.
He worked with stars including Chuck Norris (Walker, Texas Ranger), Roseanne Barr (Roseanne), and Tracey Ullman in a range of advertisements, TV shows, and movies (Tracey Takes On…).
He was eventually cast as the lead in the FOX TV series Great Scott!, which lasted nine weeks before being canceled.
DiCaprio was cast, and Maguire eventually received a guest appearance thanks to DiCaprio’s recommendation, at least in part. The identical scenario occurred during the casting for the 1993 film This Boy’s Life (with Robert De Niro); DiCaprio was cast as the protagonist kid, while Maguire was cast as one of Toby’s pals.
He was working solidly by the mid-1990s, but he was also getting embroiled in the hard-partying lifestyle of some of his fellow young actors. He asked director Allan Moyle to relieve him from his role in the film Empire Records in 1995.
Maguire shifted his career path significantly to avoid competing with DiCaprio for the same parts, and the choice paid off when he was cast as Paul Hood, a teenage boarding school student whose narration grounds the action, in Ang Lee’s 1997 film The Ice Storm.
He played a hitchhiker in the 1998 film Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas when he met Raoul Duke and Dr. Gonzo on their way to Las Vegas.
Maguire played Jakob Roedel opposite Jewel Kilcher in Ride with the Devil (1999). He portrayed the son of a unionist German immigrant who joins the Missouri Riders to avenge the horrors inflicted against Missourians by Kansas Jayhawkers and redleggers.
In the family film Cats & Dogs, Maguire played a beagle puppy named Lou, which included his youthful-sounding voice.
Maguire appeared in the 2002 film Spider-Man, which was based on the iconic Marvel Comics superhero. The film was a huge hit, and he became a celebrity as a result of it.
He had his first villainous appearance in Steven Soderbergh’s The Good German, based on the Joseph Kanon novel of the same name, in which he played Corporal Patrick Tully alongside George Clooney and Cate Blanchett.
In the mock trailer for Satan’s Alley, he made a cameo appearance in the action-comedy film Tropic Thunder in 2008 as a gay 18th-century monk with his eye on Father O’Malley (Kirk Lazarus, the character portrayed by Robert Downey, Jr. in Tropic Thunder).
In 2009, he co-starred in the Jim Sheridan-directed war drama Brothers starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Natalie Portman as Sam Cahill, a prisoner of war who returns from Afghanistan and suspects his wife of having a love relationship with his brother.
Maguire was a co-producer on Good People in 2012.
After Cats & Dogs (2001), Maguire reconnected with Alec Baldwin in the animated film The Boss Baby (2017), where he portrayed the adult version of Tim Templeton.
Maguire, alongside Tom Holland and Andrew Garfield, reprised his role as Peter Parker / Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021). He will star in and act as an executive producer in Damien Chazelle’s ensemble picture Babylon.
Tobey Maguire some movies
|1994||Revenge of the Red Baron|
|1998||Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas|
|2017||The Boss Baby|
|2021||Spider-Man: No Way Home|
Tobey Maguire income model
|Monthly Income||1 Million+ (Rupees – 7 Crore+)|
|Yearly Income||12 Million+ (Rupees – 92 Crore+)|
Private & early life
Maguire has been a vegetarian since 1992 and a vegan since 2009.
He’s altered his diet to gain or lose weight for film roles: for Seabiscuit, he drastically reduced his calorie intake, followed by a quick rise to restore weight for Spider-Man 2.
Maguire has been alcohol-free since the age of 19, after experiencing “some problems” in his late teens.
Maguire met Jennifer Meyer, a jewelry designer, in 2003 while filming Seabiscuit at Universal Studios, and the two married in April 2006, two months after their kid was born. In November of that year, their daughter was born.
Maguire and Meyer tied the knot in Kailua Kona, Hawaii, on September 3, 2007.
In May 2009, their second child, a boy, was born. After nine years of marriage, the pair announced their separation on October 18, 2016. Meyer filed for divorce in 2020, following a four-year separation.
Maguire began playing tournament poker in 2004.
He’s placed in the money in a number of tournaments and has been mentored by poker expert Daniel Negreanu
Maguire appeared on ESPN’s coverage of the World Series of Poker Main Event Championships in 2005, 2006, and 2007.
Along with Leonardo DiCaprio and Ben Affleck, he was one of several celebrities who attended Molly Bloom’s high-stakes poker games at The Viper Room in the mid-2000s and garnered unfavorable news coverage for allegedly demanding Bloom “bark like a seal” for a $1,000 poker chip after a tournament he won.
Maguire allegedly took the game from Bloom shortly after this incident, prompting Bloom to go to New York.
In the film Molly’s Game, Michael Cera plays the role of “Player X,” who represents Maguire’s behavior at the game.
|2002||Choice Movie Actor: Drama/Action-Adventure|
|2010||Performance in a Feature Film|