George Lucas Net Worth, How Did George Lucas Build His Net Worth Up To $5 Billion?

George Lucas Net Worth, How Did George Lucas Build His Net Worth Up To $5 Billion?

Facts of George Lucas Net Worth, How Did George Lucas Build His Net Worth Up To $5 Billion?

Net worth$5.1 billion
Date of Birth:1944 May 14
First NameGeorge Walton
Last Name Lucas
Age:80 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 6 Inch

George Lucas is an American filmmaker and entrepreneur who has the net worth of $5.4 billion. He has won many awards. He is nominated for Academy Awards for Best Directing for 4 times and writing for "American Graffiti" and "Star War". He has also won Irving G.Thalberg Award.

What Are The Earnings of George Lucas?

George Lucas has a net worth is $5 billion which made him the 94th richest person in the United States.

Annual Income: $90,000,000

Monthly Income: $7,500,000

Weekly Income: $1,730,000

Daily Income: $246,000

In 1968, he earned $3,000 as a salary from the movie "Finian's Rainbow". Then in 1969, he appeared in the movie "The Rain People" in which he earned $3,000 as a salary. Then in 1971, he earned $15,000 from the movie "THX 1138". His earnings in 1973 from the movie "American Grafitti" was $50,000. Then in 1977, he earned $200,000 from the movie "Star Wars". 

In 1999, he earned $400,000,000 from the movie "The Phantom Menace". In 1981, he earned $400,000 from the movie “Body Heat”. He also earned a salary and a net profit of $2.5 million from the movie "Raiders of the Lost Ark". Then in 2005, he earned $290 million in which he donated $ 1 million to Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial on the National Mall.

He is the first film of the trilogy hit theaters in may 1977.this films it broke about every box office record there was at the time. These films cost $11 million its initial budget of $8.25 million.

Know About George Lucas House And Car

George Lucas brought $33,900,000 H.Ross house. It is 8,932 square feet, 9 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms.

The house shown in the above picture is the house where George Lucas and Colin Firth live together. But its price is unknown.

He has bought a Black MT900S worth $189,000.

Know About George Lucas Early Life

George Lucas was born on May 14, 1944, in Modesto, California to the parents Dorothy Ellinore Lucas and George Walton Lucas, who owned a stationery store. He had a passion for cars and motor racing.

He attended Modesto Junior College, where he studied anthropology, sociology, and literature, amongst other subjects. He also started shooting with an 8 mm camera which included filming car races. But, he got transferred to the University of Southern California (USC) School of Cinematic Arts which was one of the earliest university.

Know About George Lucas Personal Life

George Lucas married to Marcia Lou Griffin and got divorced in 1983.

After that, Lucas started dating Mellody Hobson and got married on June 22, 2013, at Lucas's Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, California. There are no rumors of their divorce.

Know About George Lucas Philanthropy

George Lucas gave half of the fortune to charity as part of an effort which was led by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett to persuade American’s richest person. Lucas Educational Foundation was founded as a nonprofit foundation to celebrate and encourage innovation in schools. 

Lucas sold Lucasfilm to “The Walt Disney Company” for worth $4.05 million in 2012. At that time, it was widely reported that Lucas intended to give the majority of the proceeds from the sale to charity. 

Awards And Honors Received by George Lucas

George Lucas was awarded the National Medal of Arts by President Barack Obama in 2013. He has also received Honorary Membership of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineer in 2014

Social Media Profile of George Lucas

George Lucas is active on the Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

He has more than 67,819 followers on the Facebook,  219,926 posts on the Instagram and 18.6k followers on the Twitter.

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