Paul Newman net worth: Hollywood great Paul Newman has a net worth of $50 million. Newman acquired his net worth from a life-long career as an actor, film director professional racing driver and entrepreneur of Newman's Own. The Cat on the Hot Tin Roof, The Color of Money and Cool Hand Luke were just a few of his many appearances on the big screen. For his contribution as a film actor, Newman won a string of awards including the Golden Globes, Emmys and BAFTAs. An auto racing enthusiast, Newman was a professional racer, winning several championships. He was also an auto race team leader, where the team also won several championships in the open wheel indyCar racing. In his later years, Newman founded an organic food company, Newman's Own, in which all post tax profits goes to charity – as of 2012, the company has donated over $330 million. His road to success spanned back to the 1950, when he appeared in the motion picture, Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956). Since then, Newman became one of the big stars of the 60s and 70s. Newman also directed four films which starred his wife Jane Woodward. Newman's last role was in the 2002 film, Road to Perdition starring Tom Hanks. Six years later, Newman died of lung cancer at the age of 83.
Paul Newman Net Worth
Date of Birth
Jan 26, 1925 - Sep 26, 2008 (83 years old)
Actor, Film Producer, Film director, Entrepreneur, Businessperson, Activist, Voice Actor, Philanthropist, Race car driver
United States of America
5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)
Paul Leonard Newman, King Cool, PL, P.L. Neuman
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Paul Newman Earnings
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- The Towering Inferno$1,000,00010% of gross
- The Sting$500,000plus % of profit
- Pocket Money$1,200,000
- Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid$750,000
- Hombre$750,00010% of gross
- Sweet Bird of Youth$350,000% of profit
- Cat on a Hot Tin Roof$17,000
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