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Gérard Xavier Marcel Depardieu Wiki/Biography
Gérard Xavier Marcel Depardieu was born on the 27th December 1948, in Chateauroux, Indre, France, and is an actor, filmmaker, and businessman, best known to the world as Cyrano De Bergerac in “Sirano”, as Porthos in “The Man In The Iron Mask”, and for portraying Obelix in the “Asterix and Obelix” franchise films, among other roles. His career has been active since 1964.
Have you ever wondered how rich Gerard Depardieu is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Depardieu`s net worth is as high as $200 million, an amount earned through his successful career in the entertainment industry. He owns a vineyard too, which has also increased his net worth.
Gerard Depardieu Net Worth $200 Million
Gerard is the son of Anne Jeanne Josephe and her husband Rene Maxime Lionel Depardieu, and along with four other children he grew up in his hometown. He left school when he was 13 years old, and soon ran into problems with the law, which resulted in probation. Three years after he left school, Gerard moved to Paris, where he joined the comedy theatre Cage de la Gare. He also studied dancing and was taught by Jean Lauren Cochet. His career on the screen began in the 1960s, but before 1974 he didn`t have any major role, until portraying Jean-Claude in “Les Valseuses”, a comedy directed by Bertrand Blier. In the 1970s, Gerard also made successful appearances in “La Femme du Gange” (1974), “The Wonderful Crook” (1975), “The Last Woman” (1976), “1900” (1976) alongside Robert De Niro, “Get Out Your Handkerchiefs” (1978), and “The Dogs” (1979), all of which increased his net worth by a large margin. Since then, his career has only gone upwards, and he has appeared in both English language and French language films, and so far has made over 200 appearances, which have added a substantial amount to his net worth.
In the 1980s, Depardieu had notable roles in such productions as “The Last Metro” (1980), “Choice of Arms” (1981), “Danton” (1983), “Jean de Florette” (1986), “Under the Sun of Satan” (1987), and “Camile Claude” (1988), among others, which only increased further his net worth.
In the 1990s, Gerard continued successfully, starting with a role in the highly acclaimed Peter Weir comedy “Green Card” (1990), and just two years later he appeared in “1492: Conquest of Paradise”, directed by Ridley Scott. In 1993 he starred in “Germinal”, and the next year he had the leading role in “A Pure Formality”. His next big role was in “Hamlet” (1996), directed by Kenneth Branagh, and in 1998 he appeared next to Leonardo DiCaprio and Jeremy Irons in “The Man in the Iron Mask”. The following year he was selected for the role of Obelix in the first installment of the franchise – “Asterix and Obelix vs. Caesar” (1999) – and has repeated this role in “Asterix and Obelix Meet Cleopatra” (2002), and “Astérix and Obélix: God Save Britannia” (2012), which have certainly added to his net worth.
In the early 2000s, Gerard appeared in “Vatel” (2000), with Uma Thurman, “The Envy of Gods” (2000), “The Closet” (2001), “I Am Dina” (2002), “A Loving Father” (2002), “Changing Times” (2004), alongside Catherine Deneuve, among other productions, which have only increased his net worth.
In 2005, Gerard featured in “How Much Do You Love Me”, with Monica Bellucci, and two years later appeared in “La Vie en Rose”, starring Marion Cotillard and Sylvie Testud. By 2010, Gerard had appeared in “Babylon A.D.” (2008), with Vin Diesel, “Hello, Goodbye” (2008), and “Inspector Bellamy” (2009). In 2010 he appeared in the title role as“Dumas”, and also appeared in “My Afternoons with Margueritte”. His next notable role was in the film “Life of Pi” (2012), and the next year he starred in “A Farewell to Fools”.
More recently, Gerard has had roles in “The End” (2016), “Saint Amour” (2016), and “La Dream Team” (2016). Also, he has several projects in the making, including “Bach”, which is in pre-production, “Creators: the Past” (2016), and “Big House”, among others.
Thanks to his skills, Gerard has received numerous prestigious awards, including Golden Globe in category Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture – Comedy or Musical for the film “Green Card”, and two Cesar Awards for films “The Last Metro”, and “Cyrano de Bergerac”.
Regarding his personal life, Gerard was married to Elisabeth from 1970 until 1996; the couple had two children. However, Gerard had children with other women; with Karine Silla he has a daughter, and a son with Hélène Bizot.
Since 2005 he has been in a relationship with Clementine Igou.
Because of the high taxes in France, Depardieu became a resident of Nechin, Belgium in 2012, and a year later he became a Russian citizen, after President Vladimir Putin granted him the citizenship, and soon after he was registered as resident of Saransk. The same year, Gerard became the cultural ambassador of Montenegro.
|Net Worth||$200 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 27, 1948|
|Place Of Birth||Châteauroux, France|
|Height||5' 10¾" (1.8 m)|
|Profession||Actor, Producer, Director, Filmmaker, Businessman|
|Spouse||Élisabeth Depardieu (m. 1970–1996)|
|Children||Guillaume Depardieu, Julie Depardieu, Roxanne Depardieu, Jean Depardieu|
|Parents||Anne Jeanne Josèphe Marillier, René Maxime Lionel Depardieu|
|Siblings||Alain Depardieu, Franck Depardieu, Catherine Depardieu, Hélène Depardieu, Eric Depardieu|
|Partner||Carole Bouquet (1997-2005), Clémentine Igou (2005)|
|Awards||César Award for Best Actor(1991, 1981), Cannes Best Actor Award (1990), National Order of Merit, Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement (1997), Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy (1991), Stanislavsky Award (2006), Lumières Award for Best Actor (2007)|
|Movies||“Sirano”, “Asterix and Obelix”, "Police" (1985), "Jean de Florette" (1986), "Green Card" (1990), "Hamlet" (1996), "The Man in the Iron Mask", "Life of Pi" (2012), “The End” (2016), “Saint Amour” (2016), “La Dream Team” (2016)|
|The Middle-East Problem||2010||Video short producer|
|The American Trinity||2009||Video short producer|
|Absolutely True||2000||TV Series executive producer|
|In Search of History: Hell's Angels||1999||TV Movie documentary producer|
|Totally Ridiculous||1998||TV Series executive producer - 1998|
|For Goodness Sake II||1996||Short executive producer / producer|
|For Goodness Sake||1993||Short executive producer / producer|
|The Unknown Marx Brothers||1993||TV Movie documentary executive producer - as Richard Markey|
|Our Planet Tonight||1987||TV Movie co-executive producer|
|Absolutely True||2000||TV Series|
|In Search of History: Hell's Angels||1999||TV Movie documentary written by|
|Totally Ridiculous||1998||TV Series 1998|
|Our Planet Tonight||1987||TV Movie|
|Top Secret!||1984||special thanks|