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Jerry Lamothe Wiki/Biography
Jerry Lamote has several professions such as screenwriter, director, producer and also actor. How rich is he? Jerry Lamote net worth is estimated to be 8 million dollars. He got famous in 2000 with his debut “Amour Infinity“ which was valued as urban underground classic. Jerry Lamote was the producer, author, director and also actor of this film. Sales of “Amour Infinity“ earned not only a lot of net worth but also fame as it won “best feature” at American film and music festival in year 2000 and it got “Audience choice award” at the Hollywood Black Film Festival the next year and also some other film festivals awards.
It is impressive as the movie was released using a very low budget and filmed with only one camera in one week time. The film was created with 45,000 dollars and was presented at Urbanworld film festival in 2000 where he became the favourite film.
Jerry Lamothe Net Worth $8 Million
Jerry Lamote was born on 16th October in 1972 in Brooklyn, New York. The entertainer is African American of Haitian origin. His parents are Frantz and Marlene Lamothe from Port-au-Prince Haiti.
The next well knows work of Jerry Lamote is the comedy drama film “Nora’s Hair Salon”, which is written by Jean-Claude La Marre and Chanel Capra. It brought a success because of talented director and experiences actors such as Lil’ Kim, Tatyana Ali, Tamala Jones, Jenifer Lewis, Bobby Brown, Jean-Claude La Marre himself and Whitney Houston. Blackfilm.com, online resource for filmmakers, which provides forums for people related to film industry has announced top 10 list of must-see films and the comedy drama “Nora’s Hair Salon” was in it.
In 2006 Jerry Lamote was praised again as he released his other written, directed and produced movie “Blacout”. It was full of impressive actors team including Jamie Hector, Jeffrey Wright, Zoe Saldana, Latanya Richardson-Jackson, Saul Rubinek, and Melvin Van Peebles. The movie was shown in New York City for the first time and it was awarded at several festivals incuding Tribeca Film Festival in 2007, Chicago International Film Festival in 2007 and Urbanworld film festival the same year. The “Blacout” was presented at the Zurich international film festival internationally the same year. The profitable film was the number one independent film which was ever bought by BET Home Video/Paramount.
Jerry Lamothe earned his net worth also as a screenwriter. He wrote screenplay to the movie “Loso’s Way” for the debut film of rapper Fabolous. It was released together with the album of the singer with the same title. The CD and DVD appeared in 2009 and was the number one on the Billboard Top 200.
To sum up, Jerry Lamothe net worth of 8 million dollars is mostly earned during relatively short but sudden career with his produced and written independent movie “Amour Infinity” and also other directed, written and produced films such as “Blackout”, “Nora’s Hair Salon” and others. The screenplay for the “Loso’s Way” is also to mention. Lamothe has won the directors spotlight award.
|Full Name||Jerry Lamothe|
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date Of Birth||October 16, 1972|
|Place Of Birth||Brooklyn, New York City, New York, United States|
|Profession||Film director, Screenwriter, Film Producer, Actor|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Parents||Marlene Lamothe, Frantz Lamothe|
|Movies||Blackout, Nora's Hair Salon, The Hustle, Amour Infinity: A Brooklyn Love Story, The Tombs|
|1||LaMothe is also a trained and experienced Neurophysiology Technologist, who has worked with some of most prominent teaching hospitals and universities in the country.|
|2||Credits the American Black Film Festival (then the Acapolco Black Film Festival) for helping launch his filmmaking career. "In 1999, I saved up some money and flew out to Acapolco to attend the festival and Bill Dukes Actor's Bootcamp. Duke had assigned the class to read a series of books first, prior to our arrival. The first day he says, "If anyone here is truly serious about their craft, someone in this room will return next year with their own movie". I went to Mexico as an aspiring actor, but returned home an independent filmmaker. It was definitely a defining chapter in my life" says LaMothe. The following year (as Bill Duke predicted), the auteur wrote/produced/directed and starred in his debut film, the cult classic 'Amour Infinity' (2000).|
|3||In 2000 he wrote, produced, directed and starred in his debut feature film, the cult indie "Amour Infinity" at the age of twenty-seven. The film was shot for $45,000.|
|4||Having built a reputation as an independent filmmaker with the ability to draw caliber talent to his films without major backing, The filmmaker often uses his hometown of Brooklyn as the backdrop or subject of his movies. Sometimes to the extent of actually shooting on actual locations that was his source of inspiration. Just was the case with "Blackout" shot on location in East Flatbush, Brooklyn.|
|The Christmas Swap||2016||TV Movie|
|Saints & Sinners||2016||TV Series 3 episodes|
|Nora's Hair Salon||2004|
|Nora's Hair Salon||2004||Bennie's Thug #3|
|Go for Broke||2002||Corrections Officer #4|
|The Tombs||2011||Short producer|
|The Hustle||2003||Video producer|
|2001||Audience Choice Award||Hollywood Black Film Festival||Amour Infinity (2000)|
|2012||Black Reel||Black Reel Awards||Outstanding Independent Short Film||The Tombs (2011)|
|2007||Golden Eye||Zurich Film Festival||Best New Fiction Film||Blackout (2007)|