John Malkovich Net Worth and Salary:John Malkovich is an American actor, producer, director, and writer who has a net worth of $25 million. Malkovich has appeared in more than 80 films since his big screen debut in 1984’s “Places in the Heart,” and received Academy Award nominations for his work in that film and “In the Line of Fire” (1993). John has appeared in commercially successful films such as ‘Empire of the Sun’ (1987), ‘The Man in the Iron Mask’ (1998), ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’ (2005), ‘Burn After Reading’ (2008 ). ), and “Warm Bodies” (2013). Malkovich directed the 2002 film The Dancer Upstairs, as well as the stage productions A Celebration of Harold Pinter, Good Canary (which earned him a Moliere Award) and Les Liaisons Dangereuses.
Youth:John Malkovich was born John Gavin Malkovich on December 9, 1953, in Christopher, Illinois. His mother, Joe Anne, owned Outdoor Illinois magazine and the weekly Benton Evening News, and his father, Daniel, worked as a state conservation director. John and his siblings, Danny, Melissa, Amanda and Rebecca, were raised in Benton, Illinois; Sadly, John and Melissa are the only surviving members of the family at the time of this writing. Malkovich attended Benton Consolidated High School and, during his teenage years, acted in plays and joined a folk gospel group. After graduation, he briefly attended Eastern Illinois University before transferring to Illinois State University. John dropped out of college in 1976 to work at the Steppenwolf Theater in Chicago and took acting classes in Manhattan.
Career:In 1980, Malkovich moved to New York to star in a Steppenwolf production of “True West” and won an Obie Award for his performance. He won another Obie Award (as well as a Drama Desk Award) in 1984 for directing a Steppenwolf co-production of “Balm in Gilead,” and also made his Broadway debut that year as Biff in “Death of a Salesman.” In 1985, John received an Emmy for a television adaptation of the CBS play and soon appeared in the films “The Glass Menagerie” (1987) and “Dangerous Liaisons” (1988). Throughout the 1980s, he appeared in numerous television movies, such as ‘Word of Honor’ (1981), ‘Say Goodnight, Gracie’ (1983) and ‘True West’ (1984), and hosted ‘Saturday Night Live ” for the first time in 1989 (it would host again in 1993 and 2008). Malkovich acted in 20 films in the 1990s, playing Lennie Small in “Of Mice and Men” (1992), Gilbert Osmond in “Portrait of a Lady” (1996), General Timms in “Mulholland Falls” (1996) and Cyrus. “The Virus” Grissom in “Con Air” (1997). In 1999, he starred in the critically acclaimed film Being John Malkovich, which critic Roger Ebert called the best film of the year. John starred again in 2003’s Adaptation (1997). In 1999, he starred in the critically acclaimed film Being John Malkovich, which critic Roger Ebert called the best film of the year. John starred again in 2003’s Adaptation (1997). In 1999, he starred in the critically acclaimed film Being John Malkovich, which critic Roger Ebert called the best film of the year. John starred again in 2003’s Adaptation.
Malkovich produced and starred in “The Libertine” (2004), “Art School Confidential” (2006), “Cesar Chavez” (2014) and “The Wilde Wedding” (2017), and appeared in several notable films during the movie. 2000, including “Eragon” (2006), “The Great Buck Howard” (2008), “Secretariat” (2010), “Transformers: Dark of the Moon” (2011), “Bird Box” (2018) and “Extremely Evil , shockingly bad and vile” (2019). John also made his mark on television, playing Javert in the 2000 miniseries Les Miserables, Charles Talleyrand in the 2002 miniseries Napoleon, Blackbeard in the NBC series Crossbones (2014), Grigor Andolov in Billions ” from Showtime (2018). –2019), and Hercule Poirot in the BBC One series “
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Personal life:Malkovich married actress Glenne Headly in 1982 and they divorced in 1988 following John and Michelle Pfeiffer’s affair. He started a relationship with Nicoletta Peyran in 1989 and they have two children, daughter Amandine and son Loewy. Malkovich has lived in France for nearly a decade and is fluent in French and co-owns Bica do Sapato restaurant and Lux nightclub in Lisbon, Portugal. John lost $2.2 million in the 2008 Bernie Madoff investment scandal and was only paid $670,000 by the trustees who were responsible for winding up Madoff’s firm. In 2013, Malkovich witnessed 77-year-old Jim Walpole trip and accidentally cut his throat on some scaffolding in Toronto, and John applied pressure to the man’s neck to control the bleeding until an ambulance arrived. Walpole later said that Malkovich saved his life,
Awards and honors:In 1984, Malkovich’s performance in Places in the Heart earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor and a Boston Society of Film Critics Award, a National Society of Film Critics Award, a Kansas City Film Critics Circle and a National Board of Review. Award. That year, he also won a Boston Society of Film Critics Award and a National Society of Film Critics Award for “The Killing Fields,” and the following year he received a Primetime Emmy for Best Actor in a supporting role in a miniseries or movie for “Death of”. a salesman.” John won a New York Film Critics Circle Award and an American Comedy Award for “Being John Malkovich” and won a St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Award for “Burn After Reading.”