Martin Charles Scorsese, a.k.a. Martin Scorsese, is a director, producer, screenwriter and a film historian based in the United States. He has been active in the industry for the past 50 years and is considered one of the most influential and significant filmmakers in the history of cinema. Some of his best-known works are Raging Bull, Taxi Driver, and Goodfellas starring Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta, and many others.
Here, we are going to share some information about the director's net worth and career.
Martin Scorsese net worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Martin has an estimated net worth of $100 million. Moreover, back in 2014, he had an estimated net worth of $70 million which made him the 8th richest director of Hollywood in 2014.
It is very common for directors to have less salary and earnings as compared to actors. Likewise, it is also common for directors to not share details about their earnings. So, information on the majority of his earnings from films is not available.
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Back in 2011, the director earned a massive $10 million for his work in Hugo, and he also made $3.5 million for Shutter Island. In 2002, he received a pay cheque of $6 million for Gangs of New York but later on, he had to return $3 million because of budget overruns.
Martin Scorsese career and awards
Martin got indulged into the field of directing at a very young age. While he was studying at Tisch School of the Arts, he made a short film most popular one in 1967 The Big Shave. In the same year, he also made his first feature-length film, I Call First. The movie was later retitled to Who's That Knocking at My Door.
Throughout the years, Martin got to meet and work with some exceptional personalities like James Cameron, Robert De Niro, and many others.
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Moreover, in the 70s and 80s, he worked on films like Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, and many others. Taxi Driver is one of his most notable works of the time. Even though it was not able to win, the movie was nominated for an Academy Award. Likewise, Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore was his first mainstream studio picture.
Martin Scorsese with actor Leonardo DiCaprio
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