Luke Wilson Net Worth, Wiki, Career, Personal Life, Childhood Life, Car
Facts of Luke Wilson Net Worth, Wiki, Career, Personal Life, Childhood Life, Car
|Net worth||$30 million|
|Date of Birth:||1971 September 21|
|First Name||Luke Cunningham|
|Age:||50 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
Luke Wilson is a film actor who has a net worth of $30 million. He is known for his comedic roles in such films as "Old School" and "Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy". He has won Lone Star Special Awards for Debut of the Year and Festival Awards.
How Much Is Luke Wilson Earnings?
Luke Wilson has a net worth of $30 million. His estimated yearly income is estimated to be $3,529,412 and Sponsorship/Endorsement amount is $784,314. He also gets paid by sponsorship, ads, endorsement, featuring and so on.
Annual Income: $3,500,000.00
Monthly Income: $291,666.70
Weekly Income: $67,307.69
Daily Income: $9,589.04
Luke Wilson Income From Movies
The Skeleton Twins: $5,244,755
Straight A’s: $2,435,065
Middle Men: $2,078,714
Death at a Funeral: $1,893,939
Luke Wilson Property and Car
He has purchased a White Dodge Challenger worth $58,295.
Do You Wanna Know How Luke Wilson Started His Acting Career?
In 1994, Luke Wilson's started his acting career with the lead role in the short film, "Bottle Rocket" which was co-written by his older brother Owen Wilson and directed by Wes Anderson. Later, it was remade as a feature-length film in 1996.
After moving to Hollywood with his two brothers, Luke was cast opposite Calista Flockhart in "Telling Lies in America' in 1997. He made a cameo appearance in the horror film "Scream 2" in the same year. In 1998, Luke filmed back-to-back romantic films, opposite Drew Barrymore, Best Men, and Home Fries.
In 1998, Luke played the physician beau of a schoolteacher in "Rushmore" and he played the role of Detective Carlson in his 1999 released "Blue Streak". Later in 2001, he starred opposite Reese Witherspoon in the comedy "Legally Blonde".
Luke appeared in the film "Old School" in 2003 and "The Royal Tenenbaums" in 2003 and he also had a recurring role on "That '70s Show" during 2002 to 2005, as Michael Kelso's older brother Casey Kelso.
In 2006, Luke appeared in "Idiocracy", Mike Judge's first film since 1999's Office Space and he portrayed an ordinary serviceman chosen for a cryogenics project. He was also seen in "Mini's First Time", "My Super Ex-Girlfriend" and "Jackass Number Two".
In 2007, Luke starred opposite Kate Beckinsale in the horror thriller "Vacancy" and in the crime comedy "You Kill Me". He worked in many movies on "Henry Poole is Here" which was released in 2008, "Tenure" in 2009, "Death at a Funeral" in 2010 and "Middle Men" in 2010.
Luke starred in the HBO TV series Enlightened from 2011 to 2013. Then he starred in "The Skeleton Twins" in 2014, "Ride"2014, "Dear Eleanor" in 2014, "Playing It Cool" in 2015, "Meadowland" in 2015, "The Ridiculous 6" in 2015, "
"Concussion" in 2015, "Outlaws and Angels" in 2016, "All We Had" in 2016, "Approaching the Unknown" in 2016 and "Roadies" in 2016.
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Luke Wilson Childhood Life and Education
Luke Wilson was born September 21, 1971, in Dallas, Texas. He is the son of Laura Wilson who is a photographer and Robert Andrew Wilson who is an advertising executive. Luke has two siblings, Andrew Wilson and Owen Wilson.
All three Wilson boys attended St. Mark's School of Texas and Luke was named the class president in the first year itself.
Luke Wilson Personal Life
Talking about his personal life, Luke has been in a number of relationship with actress Drew Barrymore, model Joy Bryant and actress Gwyneth Paltrow. He also had romantic encounters with Alison Eastwood, Audra Lynn, and Jennifer Walcott.
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