Guy Ritchie net worth: Guy Ritchie is a British screenwriter and director who has a net worth of $100 million. Aside from his film career, Guy Ritchie is known for his eight-year marriage to pop superstar Madonna. His first film was the 1995 short titled "The Hard Case", his second film "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels won an Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America for Best Motion Picture Screenplay. This film was also developed into a spin-off television series created and produced by Ritchie. Ritchie's next feature film "Snatch" was released in 2000 and featured big name Hollywood actors such as Brad Pitt and Jason Statham.
Guy Ritchie directed his wife Madonna in her music "What It Feels Like For a Girl", two short films and the feature film remake of the 1974 Lina Wertmuller film "Swept Away". This film disappointed at the box office, as was Ritchie's next film "Revolver". He also wrote and directed "RocknRolla", starring rapper Ludacris, Gerard Butler, and Tom Hardy. His next movie "Sherlock Holms" debuted Christmas day in 2009 and starred Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law.
Although his marriage to Madonna ended in divorce in 2008 due to "imminent" reasons, the two reached an agreement to divide their children Rocco and David between Ritchie's London home, and Madonna's New York home alongside her daughter Lourdes. In December of 2008 Madonna's representatives announced that the divorce settlement gave Ritchie $90 million, the value of their London pub and Wiltshire estate in England.