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Michael Francis Moore, commonly known as Michael Moore, is a famous American film director and producer, writer, social critic, as well as an actor. Michael Moore is perhaps best known for directing and producing the popular documentary film called “Fahrenheit 9/11”, which focuses on the presidency of George W. Bush, as well as an international military campaign known as “The War on Terror”, which started shortly after the tragic events of September 11, 2001. The film made its debut at the Cannes Film Festival in 2004, and was received with a standing ovation and the Palme d’Or prize.
Michael Moore Net Worth $50 Million
The film came out in the cinemas that same year and was shown not only in the United States and Canada, but also Iran, United Arab Emirates, Egypt and many countries around the world. A critical and commercial success with more than $222 million grossed worldwide, “Fahrenheit 9/11” is considered to be one of the most influential documentary films of all time that sparked a critical outlook on the events happening at the time.
In addition to “Fahrenheit 9/11”, Michael Moore has released several other successful documentaries, namely “Sicko” that grossed more than $36 million in the box office, and the award-winning “Bowling for Columbine”, which focuses on the Columbine High School massacre that occurred in 1999.
A well-known film producer and director, how rich is Michael Moore? According to sources, Michael Moore’s net worth is estimated to be $50 million. Undoubtedly, most of Michael Moore’s net worth comes from his involvement in the film industry.
Michael Moore was born in 1954, in Flint, Michigan. Moore studied at St. John’s Elementary School and then continued his studies at the Davison High School. Upon his graduation from high school, Moore enrolled in the University of Michigan-Flint, yet he dropped out soon after his first year. Moore then went on to write for several newspapers, until he became the editor of a magazine called “Mother Jones”, which focused on various political issues. Shortly after, Moore was fired from the newspaper and ventured into directing films instead.
Moore’s first attempt at directing and producing was an award-winning documentary film under the name of “Roger & Me”, which explored the consequences of closing several auto plants in Michigan by General Motors, which resulted in the loss of jobs for 30 000 people. Moore followed his first successful attempt with “Pets or Meat: The Return to Flint”, “Canadian Bacon”, and “The Big One” before he came out with “Bowling for Columbine”.
In addition to directing documentaries, Michael Moore ventured into television and directed such series as “TV Nation” and a satirical television show entitled “The Awful Truth”. As Michael Moore’s fame grew, he was asked to be featured in other documentaries and television projects, including a documentary written by Joel Bakan called “The Corporation”, Madonna’s documentary film “I’m Going to Tell You a Secret”, as well as a documentary film about American Democracy entitled “The Party’s Over”.
A famous filmmaker, Michael Moore has an estimated net worth of $50 million.
|Net Worth||$50 Million|
|Date Of Birth||April 23, 1954|
|Place Of Birth||Flint, Michigan, United States|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.82 m)|
|Profession||Film director, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Writer, Actor, Critic, Presenter|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Spouse||Kathleen Glynn (m. 1991–2014)|
|Nicknames||Michael Francis Moore , The Big Man|
|NCIS||2006||TV Series||Miles Larson|
|Desperate Housewives||2006||TV Series||Cabbie|
|NYPD Blue||2002||TV Series||Phillip Stover|
|Malcolm in the Middle||2001-2002||TV Series||Elroy|
|Angel on Abbey Street||1999||Briefcase|
|Becker||1999||TV Series||Mr. Bursky|
|Caroline in the City||1999||TV Series||Man|
|That '70s Show||1998||TV Series||Art|
|Just Shoot Me!||1998||TV Series||Buck|
|Nothing Sacred||1998||TV Series|
|Everybody Loves Raymond||1997||TV Series||Guy|
|Mad City||1997||Bowler #1|
|The Naked Truth||1997||TV Series||Policeman|
|Chicago Hope||1997||TV Series||Tobias Anders / Strategist|
|Renegade||1993-1997||TV Series||Jimmy (Burglar) / Car Driver|
|Men Behaving Badly||1996||TV Series||Phone Guy|
|Almost Perfect||1996||TV Series||Service Guy|
|Picket Fences||1995-1996||TV Series||Zoromski / Saul Frankhauser / Neil Mannix|
|Space: Above and Beyond||1995||TV Series||Sorrel|
|Illegal in Blue||1995||Video||Hearn|
|The 5 Mrs. Buchanans||1994||TV Series||Photographer|
|Bakersfield P.D.||1993-1994||TV Series||Fireman #1 / Fireman|
|Tonya & Nancy: The Inside Story||1994||TV Movie||Derrick Smith|
|Wings||1991-1994||TV Series||Customer / Buzz Crandall / Man #1|
|Home Improvement||1993||TV Series||Jimmy Graber|
|FBI: The Untold Stories||1993||TV Series||Sweren|
|The Larry Sanders Show||1992||TV Series||Steve Himmel|
|Seinfeld||1992||TV Series||Studio Guard|
|Almost Pregnant||1992||Video||Ray Burns|
|China Beach||1988||TV Series||Dr. Dum|
|Jake and the Fatman||1987||TV Series||Leon Banks|
|In Love and War||1987||TV Movie||Intelligence (as Christopher M. Moore)|
|Hill Street Blues||1987||TV Series||Parker|
|St. Elsewhere||1984-1985||TV Series||Andrew Oakley|
|The Fall Guy||1985||TV Series||Littman|
|City Heat||1984||Roxy Cop|
|The A-Team||1984||TV Series||Soldier|
|Joe Bob's Drive-In Theater||1994||TV Series||Ray Burns|