Robert Redford Net Worth and Income, Veteran Actor and Director

Robert Redford Net Worth and Income

Robert Redford Net Worth: $170 million

Robert Redford is a veteran actor. He began acting on TV since 1960s. He even got nominated in Emmy as Best Supporting Actor in 1962. It was due to his performance in The Voice of Charlie Pont (1962). While, his film debut was also in 1962 with a film entitled War Hunt. Robert Redford net worth today is a round $170 million.

Robert Redford had spent decades of his age in entertainment  industry. He is not only popular as an actor. But he is also successful as a director and producer. Further, he expanded his popularity through business.

As a director, he has directed various titles of movies. Some of the notable movies he directed included Ordinary People, The Milagro Beanfield War, The Legend of Bagger Vance, etc. Ordinary People should be one of the most successful of his career. from the movie, he successfully show the world that he is not only a good actor but also an excellent director. From there, the movie won 1980’s Best Picture. While he also receive an Oscar for the Best Director. The acto, Timothy Hutton also won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor.

For his great dedication, he has received a lot of award.  One of them is National Medal of Arts. He received it i 1996

The source of Robert Redford Net Worth

Surely, most of his income was from his successful career in this industry. He has directed and produced various titles of movies. He also starred as an actor as well. The successful movies give significant impact to his bank account. This is one of the main reason how he could earn more or less $ 170 million.

Don’t you know? Robert is also the founder for Sundance Institute. He also owns Sundance Film Festival, Sundance Channel, Wildwood Enterprises, Inc. Sundance Productions.

Even though she has been 81, he is still active. Many people are wondering about his new project. Will he produce a new movie?

 

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