Andrew Niccol Net Worth

Andrew Niccol Net Worth:
$14 Million
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Andrew Niccol net worth: Andrew Niccol is a New Zealand screenwriter, director, and producer who has a net worth of $14 million. He is probably best-known for writing and/or producing films such as The Truman Show, Lord of War, Gattaca and Good Kill.

Andrew Niccol was born in Paraparaumu, Kapiti Coast District, New Zealand in June 1964. At 21 he moved from New Zealand to London to become a commercial director. He found success and spent more than a decade in London working on various forms of advertisements before making the leap to the film world.

In 1997 Andrew made his directorial debut with "Gattaca", which he also wrote. The following year Niccol wrote and produced the movie The Truman Show. He wrote, directed, and produced the movie Simone in 2002. In 2004 he produced and wrote the story for the film The Terminal. Andrew Niccol wrote, produced, and directed the films Lord of War in 2005 and In Time in 2011. He wrote and directed the movie The Host in 2013. Niccol wrote, directed, and produced the films Good Kill in 2014 and Anon in 2018.

He was nominated for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for The Truman Show in 1999 and won a BAFTA Award for the same film the same year. To date his movies have grossed more than $500 million worldwide.

During the production of his 2002 movie Simone, Andrew met Canadian model Rachel Roberts who played the title role. They married that year. Today they have two children together.

Andrew Niccol Net Worth

Andrew Niccol

Net Worth:$14 Million
Date of Birth:Jan 1, 1960 (61 years old)
Profession:Film Producer, Film Director, Screenwriter
Nationality:New Zealand
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