Benicio Del Toro Net Worth
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Do you know Benicio Del Toro is net worth $45 million being a well known Puerto Rican actor. Benicio Del Toro was born on February 19, 1967 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is well known in Cinema Industry. It has been reported that the net worth amount of Benicio Del Toro is as much as 45 million dollars. He is known as an actor, film producer and director from the movie Puerto Rico. This two profession have added a lot to the total estimate of his net worth. With the intention of becoming a lawyer, he had enrolled at the University of California at San Diego after high school. But his love in action lead him to the Circle in the Square Professional Theatre School before winning a scholarship to the renowned Stella Adler Conservatory.
He first acted in lot of films like Christopher Columbus, China Moon (1991), The Discovery (1992), and Swimming with Sharks (1994). He had gained serious attention in 1995 with his breakout performance in “The Usual Suspects” where he played the roles as mumbling, wisecracking Fred Fenster. The role in this movie, “The Usual Suspects” made him win an Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Male. After this movie, it led to more supporting roles in independent and major studio films. In another following after acting in “The Usual Suspects”, he acted on “The Funeral”, “Basquiat”, “The Fan” and “Excess Baggage”.
In 2000, he appeared in a movie called “Traffic” which helped him to be the virtual storm of critical praise and media attention. The role on this movie got successful where he was awarded with numerous awards like Golden Globe, Academy Award, SAGA and BAFTA Award. His performance on the “Traffic” swept all of the major critics’ awards and he became the fourth living Oscar winner. Also, he had appeared in movie including “The Hunted”, “Sin City”, “Things We Lost In Fire”, “Che” and “21 Grams”. Appearances in all these films also have added a lot to the total size of Benicio Del Toro Net worth. In 2010, he starred in and produced the remake of Lon Chaney, Jr.’s classic cult film, “The Wolf Man”. Also, he was chosen as the face of the 2011 Campari Calendar. His modeling on the calendar also helped a lot to add revenue in his net worth. In 2014, he played the Collector in a mid-credits scene of Marvel Studios’ superhero movie: “Thor: The Dark World” and later reprise his role in “Guardian of the Galaxy”.