Russell Crowe is an actor from New Zealand. He’s also a producer and a director. Most of the TV films he’s been appearing in are commercially successful. His 2017-2018 films including The Mummy, The True History of the Kelly Gang, and a drama film called Boy Erased. Keep reading to know more about Russell Crowe’s net worth in 2018.
Russell Crowe Early Life
Russell Ira Crowe was born on April 7, 1964, in Wellington, New Zealand. His father, John Alexander Crowe managed a hotel and worked as a caterer, and his mother Jocelyn Yvonne Crowe was also a caterer. He also has a brother, and his name is Terry Crowe. Russell Crowe moved with his family to Australia when he was a child, and they went back to New Zealand after a while.
Russell Crowe attended 2 schools in Australia and 2 others in New Zealand. In Australia, he studied at the Vaucluse Public School, and Sydney Boys High School. The New Zealand based schools he went to are Auckland Grammar School and Mount Roskill Grammar School.
Russell Crowe married the Australian singer, songwriter and actress Danielle Spencer in 2003. The couple separated in 2012, and there’s no information on a divorce situation. Russell and Danielle gave birth to 2 sons, Tennyson Spencer Crowe and Charles Spencer Crowe.
Russell Crowe Career
Russell Crowe released a few songs since his career start, but none of his songs were ranked on top charts, and people look at him more as an actor. In 1987, he appeared in 4 episodes of a series called Neighbours.
Russell Crowe began having several major roles in films in 1990. He appeared in 2 films in 1990, drama war film called Prisoners of the Sun (Blood Oath), and a romantic drama film called The Crossing. The next year, Russell appeared in a drama film called Proof. In 1992, he appeared in 2 drama films, Spotswood (The Efficiency Expert), and Romper Stomper.
Russell Crowe appeared in 4 1993 released films, drama For the Moment, and comedy Love in Limbo, drama The Silver Brumby, and another drama film called Hammers over the Anvil.
Russell Crowe had a major role in 4 films that were released in 1995, No Way Back, Rough Magic, The Quick and the Dead, and the action film Virtuosity. He also had 3 1997 films, Breaking Up, L.A. Confidential, and the crime film Heaven’s Burning. Followed by 2 1999 released films, drama thriller The Insider, and comedy-drama Mystery, Alaska.
Russell Crowe’s breakthrough success began with the 2000 historical drama film, Gladiator. In the same year, he appeared in the action thriller film Proof of Life. After experiencing a great commercial success with Gladiator, he starred in several films including A Beautiful Mind, Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, Cinderella Man, and the comedy-drama A Good Year. In 2007, 3 films were released that Russell had a major role in, documentary Bra Boys: Blood Is Thicker Than Water, the crime American Gangster, and the crime thriller 3:10 to Yuma. The next year, he appeared in Body of Lies, followed by 2 2009 films Tenderness and State of Play, 2 2010 films Robin Hood which he’s also one of its producers, and the thriller The Next Three Days, and 2 2012 films drama Les Misérables and action martial arts The Man with the Iron Fists. The next year, Russell Crowe appeared in 3 films, documentary Red Obsession, fantasy Man of Steel, and crime Broken City. In 2014, he starred in 3 films, The Water Diviner which he’s the director of, fantasy drama Noah, and the supernatural mystery drama Winter’s Tale. Then, he had a 2015 drama film which he’s one of its executive producers, Fathers and Daughters, and the 2016 mystery crime film The Nice Guys.
Russell Crowe’s 2017-2018 films including an action-adventure film called The Mummy, a crime drama film called The True History of the Kelly Gang, and a drama film called Boy Erased.
Awards & Achievements
Russell Crowe has a great list of award winnings and nominations. So far, his award winnings include Academy Award for Best Actor (Gladiator), 2 AACTA Awards for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Proof, Romper Stomper), 2 AACTA International Awards for Best Actor (Cinderella Man, State of Play), BAFTA Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role (A Beautiful Mind), Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Drama (A Beautiful Mind), Satellite Award for Best Cast – Motion Picture (Les Misérables), Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role (A Beautiful Mind), Dallas–Fort Worth Film Critics Association Award for Best Actor (Gladiator), London Film Critics’ Circle Award for Actor of the Year (Gladiator), San Diego Film Critics Society Award for Best Actor (Gladiator), National Board of Review Award for Best Actor (The Insider), Empire Award for Best Actor (Gladiator), and the National Board of Review Award for Best Cast (Les Misérables).
Net Worth of Russell Crowe
Russell Crowe has an estimated net worth of more than $80 million. He made his fortune from the great TV films he’s been appearing in, producing, and directing. Russell Crowe salary for Gladiator was $5 million, he earned around $10 million for A Beautiful Mind, and more than $15 million for Robin Hood. His Rose Bay based house has a value of more than $10 million.
Russell Crowe is one of the greatest, and most loved to watch actors of all time. The Gladiator film is considered to be his breakthrough success, which he won several awards for. Russell Crowe is married to Danielle Spencer, but they separated, and there’s no information on a divorce situation.