Woody Allen Net Worth | Wiki, Bio: Know his earnings, salary, movies, tvShows, wife, daughter, imdb

Woody Allen Net Worth | Wiki, Bio: Know his earnings, salary, movies, tvShows, wife, daughter, imdb

Facts of Woody Allen Net Worth | Wiki, Bio: Know his earnings, salary, movies, tvShows, wife, daughter, imdb

Net worth$65 million
Date of Birth:1935 December 1
First NameHeywood Woody
Last NameAllen
NationalityAmerican
Age:83 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 feet 5 inch

An American director, writer, actor, and comedian, Woody Allen has the estimated net worth of $65 million. He has been active in the movie industry since 1950. He is better known as Woody Allen but his born name is Allan Stewart Konigsberg.

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Let's Know About Woody Allen's Income

In 1966, Woody Allen earned $66,000 from the movie "What's Up, Tiger Lily?". Then in 1993, he earned $500,000 from the movie "Manhattan Murder Mystery". He also earned 15% from the first-dollar gross of the movie "Manhattan Murder Mystery".

Woody Allen's income was increased rapidly to $1.5 million from the movie "Bullets Over Broadway" in 1994. In 1997, Woody Allen earned $2.5 million from the movie "Deconstructing Harry".

Woody Allen has also earned some money from the sale of his assets. He has earned $17 million from the sale of his Fifth Avenue penthouse in December 2005. Then in the same month and the same year, he earned $7 million from the sale of his renovated townhouse.

Let's Know About Woody Allen's Property And Vehicles

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Woody Allen has bought a house which is of 6,000 square foot and is located in the middle of Lenox Hill, Manhattan whose worth is around $23 million. The house has a large open garden in front and a master bedroom apart from the fully furnished guest rooms.

Woody Allen doesn't have many cars so his car collection is quite Average. Woody Allen owns a few of the best luxury cars in the world whose worth is around $1.1 million including the car brand Ford, Mercedes Benz, Chevrolet, and Nissan.

Let's Know About Woody Allen's Early Career Life

In 1953, Woody Allen attended New York University, promptly failing a course in motion picture production. Discouraged but he got dropped out of school and began writing for television, including Sid Caesar's "Your Show of Shows". Due to his work, he won an Emmy Award nomination, but he grew bored and started trying his hand at stand-up comedy, becoming popular on the New York City comedy club circuit.

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A prolific writer and director, Woody Allen often appeared in his own plays and films, including "What's New, Pussycat?" in 1965 and his first play, "Don't Drink the Water", on Broadway the following year. In 1966, he made his directorial debut with "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" and then his career started beginning to soar by 1969 from the movie "Take the Money and Run". Then he followed with "Bananas" in 1971, "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex (But Were Afraid to Ask)" in 1972, "Play It Again, Sam" in 1972 and "Sleeper" in 1973. 

Let's Know How Woody Allen Spent His Childhood

Woody Allen was born on December 1, 1935, in Brooklyn, New York City, U.S. He is the son of Nettie who was a bookkeeper at her family's delicatessen, and Martin Konigsberg who was a jewelry engraver and waiter. He and his sister named Letty were raised in Midwood, Brooklyn. 

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His childhood was not particularly happy because his parents did not get along, and he had a rocky relationship with his stern, temperamental mother. While attending Hebrew school for eight years, he went to Public School 99  and to Midwood High School from where he was graduated in 1953.

Now Let's Get To Know About Woody Allen's Personal Life

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Woody Allen has been married three times. He got married to Harlene Rosen in 1956 but got divorced in 1959. Then after he got married to Louise Lasser in 1966 but got separated in the year 1970. Then in 1997, he got married to Soon-Yi Previn. It is to be heard he also had a 12-year relationship with actress Mia Farrow and with Stacey Nelkin and Diane Keaton.


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