Source of Wealth:Acting, Directing
Birth Place:Fairport, New York, U.S.
Marital Status:Partner Mimi O'Donnell (1999–)
Date of Birth:July 23, 1967
Philip Seymour Hoffman has an estimated net worth of $35 million. Hoffman is a prolific American movie and theatre actor and director, establishing himself in the movie industry through his first major role in Scent of a Woman, where he played the character of George Willis, Jr. - the unprincipled classmate of Charlie Simms, played by Chris O'Donnell.
The HBO miniseries Empire Falls earned him his first official recognition - a Primetime Emmy Award.
He received an Oscar nomination and win for Best Actor in a Leading Role for playing Truman Capote in Bennett Miller's Capote in 2005.
Hoffman has a very reputable career in theatre, both as an actor and as a director. His first directed plays - Jesus Hopped the 'A' Train and Our Lady of 121st Street - received a Drama Desk Award nomination for Outstanding Director of a Play.
As an actor, he received 3 Tony Awards nominations in 3 different Broadway plays: True West, Long Day's Journey into Night and Death of a Salesman.
He was found dead of a Heroin Overdose on February 2nd 2014