Michael Keaton Net Worth, How Did Michael Keaton Build His Net Worth Up To $15 Million?

Michael Keaton Net Worth, How Did Michael Keaton Build His Net Worth Up To $15 Million?

Facts of Michael Keaton Net Worth, How Did Michael Keaton Build His Net Worth Up To $15 Million?

Net worth$15 million
Date of Birth:1951 September 5
First NameMichael John
Last NameDouglas
NationalityAmerican
Age:68 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 10 Inch

The experienced person who is an actor, producer, and director, professionally known as Michael Keaton has accumulated the net worth of $15 million. He is known for his role in "Batman" and "Batman Returns".

What Is The Net Worth of Michael Keaton?

Slowly upgrading to the movies from the series and gaining the same rewards, Michael Keaton has the net worth of around $15 million. In 1989, he earned $5 million from the film "Batman". In 2010, Keaton voiced in the film "Toy Story 3" which grossed over $1 billion worldwide. His income from "Game 6" is as follows:

Daily salary: $100,000

Weekly salary: $700,000

Monthly salary: $3 million

Yearly salary: $36 million

Know About Michael Keaton's Property

Michael Keaton owns a house in Los Angeles, CA worth $3 million.

Michael Keaton's Ranchette on Montecito

Michael Keaton owns a house in Santa Barbara, CA

How Did Michael Keaton Begin His Career? Let's Know

In 1975, Michael appeared for the first time on the television. He appeared in "Where the Heart Is" and "Mister Rogers' Neighbourhood". Then he appeared in popular TV shows "Maude" and also in "The Mary Tyler Moore Hour". Then in 1978, Keaton made his film debut with the film "Rabbit Test".

Michael Keaton then appeared in the series "Working Stiffs". He was the co-star of the film "Night Shift". With his performance, he was starred in more films including "Mr. Mom", "Johnny Dangerously", and "Gung Ho". In 1988, Keaton appeared in "Beetlejuice" which was directed by Tim Burton.

Know About Michael Keaton's Career Growth

In 1989, Michael Keaton worked for the second time with Tim Burton in the film "Batman". In 1992, Keaton appeared in "Batman Returns". These two films were the big success of Michael Keaton. During the '90s, he appeared in the films "Pacific Heights", "One Good Cop", "My Life", "The Paper", "Speechless", "Multiplicity", "Inventing the Abbotts", "Jackie Brown", "Jack Frost", and "Body Shots".

Entering 2000, Keaton appeared in some successful films that include the films "Life From Baghdad", "First Daughter", "White Noise", and "Herbie". In 2006, Keaton voiced in the film "Cars". In the same year, he starred in the series "Game 6". He also appeared in the series "Lost".

In 2007, Keaton was able to appear in the miniseries "The Company". Then in 2010, Keaton voiced in the film "Toy Story 3". He starred in "The Other Guys" in 2010. In 2014, he appeared in "RoboCop".

In 2014, Keaton had his most successful time where he appeared in the film "Birdman" alongside Emma Stone and Edward Norton. He won Golden Globe Award for his role in the film "Birdman". Then in 2015, he appeared in "Spotlight". In 2016, he appeared in "The Founder".

In 2017, Keaton appeared in "Spider-Man: Homecoming" as the supervillain. The same year he appeared in "American Assassin". He will be appearing in "Dumbo" alongside Coline Farrell which will be released in 2019.

Know About Michael Keaton's Early Life

Michael John Douglas professionally known as Michael Keaton was born on September 5, 1951, in Coraopolis, Pennsylvania. He was the seventh child of Geroge A. Douglas and Leona Elizabeth.

Michael Keaton went to Montour High School in Pennsylvania. Then he went to Kent State University to study speech where he appeared in plays afterward.

Know About Michael Keaton's Personal Life

In 1982, Michael Keaton married the late actress Caroline McWilliams. They had one son together. They were separated in 1990.

In 1989, Keaton dated Courteney Cox, an actress of the sitcom Friends. But they were separated in 1995.

In 2017, Michael Keaton received the honorary doctorate degree in Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University.


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