Know about Robert Duvall Net Worth and his earnings, career,relationship

Know about Robert Duvall Net Worth and his earnings, career,relationship

Facts of Know about Robert Duvall Net Worth and his earnings, career,relationship

Net worth$60 Million
Date of Birth:1931 January 5
First NameRobert Selden
Last NameDuvall
AkaRobert Duvall
Age:93 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 10 Inch

Robert Duvall is an American filmmaker and an actor who has a net worth of $60 million. He is best known for his roles in The Godfather, To Kill a Mockingbird, Lonesome Dove, and The Apostle.

How Much Do You Think Robert Duvall has Earned From His Successful Career?

Robert Duvall has a  huge net worth of $60 million and his salary is $473,604. He also earned money from endorsing brands like Tv commercial: DirecTV in which he parodied the character in The Apostle and TV commercial for Kellogg's(voice).

Robert salary from the film, "The Godfather" is $36,000. He has accumulated his net worth through his various performances on the stage,  films, and TV and as a director and writer.

Robert has played in many films and some of his lead parts were shown in these films. Therefore, he collected a big amount of worth.

Robert Duvall's Property 

He has owned a mansion in West Hollywood worth $1.6 million.

Career Beginning Of Robert Duvall

Robert started his acting career professionally in 1952, assuming the part of a Pilot for a stage show, Laughter in the Stars, an adaptation of The Little Prince. From 1953 to 1954, he was drafted to serve the United States Army as well as amid his service at the military he acted in a beginner generation of the drama, "Room Service".

After relieving himself of the military duties, Robert came back to the theater and was cast in various parts in 1955 such as, "Time Out For Ginger", "Picnic", "The Crucible", "The Cat And The Canary", and "Dark Of The Moon".

In 1957,  we witnessed him play the characters of Mr. Mayher in "Observer For The Prosecution", Eddie Carbone in "A View from the Bridge", and Hector in "Criminals' Carnival".

Other than showing up at the Gateway Theater, he additionally showed up at the Augusta Civic Theater, McLean Theater, and Virginia and the Arena Theater. He made his Off-Broadway to make a big appearance in 1958 playing the character of Frank Gardner in "Mrs. Warren's Profession".

In 1959, he appeared in various lead parts as Stanley Kowalski in "Streetcar Named Desire", Maxwell Archer in "Afresh With Feeling", Igor Romanoff in Peter Ustinov's "Romanoff and Juliet", and Joe Mancuso in "The Happiest Millionaire".

In 1959, he made his debut on TV for 'Armstrong To hover Theater', in the scene, "The Jailbreak". He is also seen as a regular guest in many TV shows including, "Bare City", "The Untouchables", "Highway 66", "The Twilight Zone", "The Outer Limit", "The Fugitive' and so on. 

In 1962, Robert made his large screen debut with the film, "To Kill A Mockingbird". In 1966, he influenced Broadway to make a big appearance as Harry Roat, Jr in "Hold up Until Dark". From there on, he was seen playing the character of Walter Cole in "American Buffalo".

Robert greatest breakthrough came with the 1972 film, "The Godfather" as Tom Hagen. He repeated his part for the spin-off in 1974. After two years he was seen assuming an outstanding supporting part in the film,"The Eagle Has Landed".

In 1979, he appeared in the film, "End of the world Now". Some of his different movies of the decade incorporate, "Network", "The Great Santini" and "The Betsy". In 1980, Robert earned an Academy Award for Best Actor for the film, "Tender Mercies". Moreover, he showed up in the miniseries "Lonesome Dove", "The Apostle", and "A Civil Action".

He began the year 2000 with three released scheduled, "The 6th Day", "A Short at Glory", and  "Gone in 60 Seconds". Eventually, he was seen in various movies such as "Gods and Generals", "Assassination Tango", "Open Range", "Thank You Fr Smoking", "Four Christmases","Get Low" and so on.

In 2011, he plays the part of Johnny Crawford in "Seven Days in Utopia". The next year, he had two discharges with 'Jayne Mansfield's Car' and 'Jack Reacher'.

How Did Robert Duvall Spend His Early Life And Childhood? Let's Know

Robert Duvall was born on January 5, 1931, in San Diego, California, U.S. as Robert Selden Duvall. He is the son of William Howard Duvall, a Virginia-conceived US Navy admiral and Mildred Virginia, an amateur actress.

Concerning about his education, Robert attended Severn School and graduated from The Principia in St Louis Missouri in 1953. Later, he enrolled at the Principia College in Illinois.

From 1955 until 1957, he learned at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theater in New York, where he was trained by Sanford Meisner. It was there that he become befriended with Dustin Hoffman and Gene Hackman.

Is Robert Duvall Still Single Or Married?

Talking about Marital status, Robert Duvall got married to Barbara Benjamin, who worked as a previous dancer in The Jackie Gleason Show on December 31, 1964. The two initially met while shooting the movie, "To Kill a Mockingbird". The couple got divorced in 1975.

Robert's second wife is Gail Youngs with whom he got married on August 22, 1982. They get separated in 1986, after spending 4 years together.

Robert third wife is Sharon Brophy, an artist with whom he got married on May 1, 1991. The two began dating in 1989 while changing over their affirmed issue into marriage in 1991. Unfortunately, they also split up in 1996.

Robert fourth and current wife is Luciana Pedraza, who is 41 years more youthful than him. The couple got married on October 6, 2004, and they have been together since 1997.

It was also rumored that he also had an affair with Betty Kelly and Ellen Barkin.

ActorEllen Barkin $60 million.American filmmakerJanuary 5, 1931,San Diego, California