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Daniel Day-Lewis Net Worth

Daniel Day-Lewis Net Worth

Net Worth: $50 Million

  • Source of Wealth Film, Television, Music, Theatre
  • Birth Place Kensington, London, England, UK
  • Height 6' 2" (1.78 m)
  • Marital Status Married (Rebecca Miller)
  • Full Name Daniel Michael Blake Day-Lewis
  • Nationality English
  • Date of Birth April 29, 1957
  • Occupation Actor
  • Children 3 (Gabriel-Kane, Cashel Blake, Ronan Cal)
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About Daniel Day-Lewis

Daniel Michael Blake Day-Lewis has an estimatedĀ net worth of $50 million. He is a proven actor with several winning Oscars in his resume.

Day-Lewis was raised in England. His mother was an actress which helped him to rise fast in the world of acting. His performance in movie Sunday, Bloody Sunday (1971.) established him as one of the most talented young stars in the film industry. He was only 13 at that time.

Acting in Shakespeare’s, Marlowe’s and Farquer’s plays during his student days taught him how to engage with complicated characters and show theirs psychological (and physical) changes on stage.

He has won Oscars for Best Actor for performances in My Left Foot (1971), There Will Be Blood (2007), Lincoln (2012) and nominated for roles in In the Name of the Father (1993) and Gangs of New York (2012). After Academy Award-winning performance in “Lincoln” he became theĀ first male actor to win three Oscars for lead roles.

He is fully dedicated when preparing for roles. There is an anecdote when Daniel refused to confirm his passport identity at the U.S border because he was so deeply invested in his character preparation.


Earnings & Financial Data

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  • Earnings 1996
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Salary 1996

Salary from The Crucible