Robert Downey Jr Net Worth

Robert Downey Jr Net Worth

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Net worth$250 million
Date of Birth:1965 April 4
First NameRobert
Last NameDowney Jr.
Age:59 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 9 Inch

Robert Downey Jr. Net Worth: $250 Million

Robert John Downey Jr. is a famous American actor and singer. He is famous for his shining performing in ‘Chaplin’, the original version of ‘Tony Stark’ in ‘Iron Man’. For three years Downey topped the ‘Forbes’ list of Hollywood's highest-paid actors, making an estimated $80 million in earnings between 2014 and 2015. He starred as the heading nature in the film Chaplin for which he earned a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actor and won him the BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. Downey also joined the cast of the TV series 'Ally McBeal' for which he earned a Golden Globe Award. Downey began representing the role of Marvel Comics superhero Iron Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Estimated net worth of Robert Downey Jr. is $250 million.

Robert Downey Jr. Career

Robert Downey Jr. was born on April 4, 1965, in Manhattan, New York. Downey performed musical ‘American Passion (1983)’ and was directed to be a part of ‘Saturday Night Live’. He also performed in ‘Turf Turf (1985)’, ‘Weird Science (1985)’ and ‘Pretty in Pink (1986)’. Downey did the most famous task of his lifespan in Richard Attenborough’s ‘Chaplin’. He engaged in recreation the role of ‘Charlie Chaplin’ in the movie. He organized lengthily for his role and succeeded for an Oscar nomination and a BAFTA Award for it. He did profitable cinema like: ‘Heart and Souls (1993)’, ‘Shortcuts (1993)’, ‘Only You (1994)’, ‘Richard III (1995)’, ‘Two Girls and a Guy (1998)’ and ‘Black and White (1999)’. Earning from the film, Richard III was $50,000. Downey did a mental murder mystery called ‘In Dreams’, in which he gazed with Annette Bening. After his release from prison, he connected the shed of an American legal comedy-drama television sequence called ‘Ally McBeal’ for which he was nominated for an Emmy Award and won a Golden Globe. In 2001, he got the escorted the role in ‘The Singing Detective’ Downey did a paranormal thriller ‘Gothika’ along with Halle Berry. Downey did foremost and underneath position in movies like ‘Good Night, and Good Luck’. He did profitable cinema that made him more well-known in the industry: ‘Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005). He also acted in the ‘The Shaggy Dog (2006)’ and ‘The Zodiac (2007)’. Downey gave his primary main runaway success hits like: ‘Tropic Thunder’, an action. He starred in the movie ‘Iron Man’ in which he played the unforgettable and idiosyncratic role of ‘Tony Stark’ and his estimated salary from Iron Man was $500,000. He came into view in drama film called ‘The Soloist’. He also acted at the British-American action mystery film, ‘Sherlock Holmes’ earning from the movie was $9 million. Bracing his task of ‘Tony Stark’ in the sequel ‘Iron Man 2’ in 2010, Downey again became a part of the Marvel studios film project and he earned a net of $10 million from the movie. The movie was published in 54 countries and grossed $623.9 million. ‘Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows’, a continuance of ‘Sherlock Holmes (2009)’ was released in 2011 and he made a gross of $15 million. ‘The Avengers’ movie was released, which helped him to make a net worth of $50 million. Another ‘Iron Man’ movie third part ‘Iron Man 3’ was released in 2013 in which he earned a gross of $50 million.

Robert Downey Jr. Personal Life

Robert Downey Jr. wedded to singer and actress Deborah Falconer in 1992. They have a son. They divorced in 2004. He is also arrested for several times on various occasions on drug-related charges. He is also sent to the California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison for 3 years. Robert married Susan Levin. They have one son named Exton Elias Downey.



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