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Robert Duvall’s Net Worth and Career Success

With several Academy Awards among other nominations and wins, Robert Duvall has managed to be worth $70 million and all this is from his profession as an actor,film producer, film director, soldier, and truck driver.

Robert Duvall’s life has much we can discuss and this post has presented details about his net worth, early life and career, in an easy way for you to understand more about him. Take a look!

Robert Duvall’s Net Worth

Robert Duvall’s net worth is courtesy of his career as an actor. He is among the most decorated American actors in history and his reputation is because of his role in The Grandfather franchise. He appeared in part I and part II.

Throughout his career, Robert has been nominated for several awards. For instance, he has won one out of the seven Academy Awards nominations he has received. Moreover, he has won four of the seven Golden Globes nominations. He also has an Emmy Award.

Robert was paid $36,000 for his role in the Godfather film. In it’s second installment, he was paid $500,000. During the third pre-production period of the film, he was offered $1 million as the salary.

Duvall has been involved in many films and the many years that he has been active in his profession is what has made it easy for him to have a net worth of $70 million. He is still enjoying his wealth with his family.


Who is Robert Duvall?

Robert Duvall is an American male. He was born in San Diego, California, on January 5, 1931. Duvall grew up in Annapolis, Maryland, and this was because his father was a U.S. Navy admiral. Duvall attended Principia College in Elsah, Illinois. He then graduated in 1953, with a B.A. in Drama.

Duvall then got into the army during the Korean War. He served for an year and left in 1954. Duvall then got interested in pursuing an acting career and started by joining a Playhouse School of Theatre in New York City.

From the knowledge he had gained, he then started his acting career at the Gateway Playhouse theatre in Bellport, Long Island.

Robert Duvall’s Career

Robert’s acting debut was in 1958 and he started with a role in Warren’s Profession at Manhattan’s Gate Theater. His debut TV appearance was in 1959, when he appeared in “The Jailbreak” episode. Through out 1960s, Duvall was focused on appearing on TV as a guest actor on different genres, including detective, action, suspense, and crime dramas.

Duvall then made his screen debut playing Boo Radley in the 1962, To Kill a Mockingbird. However, his career started flourishing in the 1970s when he got a role in The Godfather in 1972. Through it, he earned an Academy Award that cemented his acting career and opened more opportunities.

He then appeared in The Godfather Part II in 1974. Duvall has been involved in other projects and managed to create a solid acting career while also engaging in other professions, such as directing and producing.