How rich is Roman Polanski?


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Rajmund Roman Liebling Net Worth:
$45 Million

Birth date: August 18, 1933
Birth place: Paris, France
Height:5' 3" (1.6 m)
Profession: Film director, producer, writer, actor
Education: National Film School in Łódź
Nationality: Polish, French
Spouse: Barbara Kwiatkowska-Lass, Sharon Tate, Emmanuelle Seigner
Children: Morgane Polanski, Elvis Polanski
Parents: Ryszard Liebling, Bula Liebling
Siblings: Annette Polanski
Awards: Golden Globe Award for Best Director, Academy Awards, British Academy of Film and Television Arts for Best Direction (BAFTA), César Awards for Best Picture, for best Director, Zürich Film Festival Golden Icon Award, Berlin Film Festival Awards, European Film Awards
Nominations: New York Film Critics Circle Awards, Venice Film Festival awards, Argentine Film Critics Association - Best Foreign Film, Academy Awards for Best Picture
Movies: “Zaczarowany rower” (1955), “Wraki” (1957), “Koniec nocy” (1957), “Speed” (1959), ‘Do widzenia, do jutra...” (1960), ‘Innocent Sorcerers” (1960), “Samson” (1961), "Chinatown" (1974), "The Pianist" (2002), "Oliver Twist" (2005), "Carnage" (2007), The Ghost Writer" (2010)

Rajmund Roman Liebling Net Worth:

Roman Polanski Net Worth $45 Million

Roman Polanski continues to be deemed among the few truly international filmmakers. Produced in Paris to Polish-Jewish parents, Roman was raised in Poland as World War II tore through Europe. Roman survived the Holocaust as well as in the 1950s, he started acting, starring in Andrzej Wajda’s A Generation (1955). In 1962, Polanski also created his first feature-length film, Knife in the Water, that was the very first Polish movie to get an Oscar nomination for best foreign film. In the UK Polanski directed three films, starting with 1965’s Repulsion. Next, Polanski moved to the US and cemented his status by directing the horror movie Rosemary’s Baby (1968). But after the brutal murder of his pregnant wife, Sharon Tate, by the notorious Manson family in 1969, the director returned to Europe. He didn’t direct another film until 1971’s Macbeth in England. Polanski again made a US release, Chinatown (1974), that was a critical and box-office success. Nevertheless, his opportunity for beginning a promising Hollywood career was ruined after his conviction for the statutory rape of a 13-year old girl. He fled US once again, this time to avoid penitentiary. His next large endeavor was Tess (1979), that was given with several Oscars and Cesars. Polanski went on to make critically appraised movies like The Pianist (2002), for which he won almost all the most important movie awards. In addition to the above mentioned, Polanski still eagerly appears in the pictures of other directors, sometimes with interesting results as in A Pure Formality (1994).

Roman Polanski’s Net Worth is estimated to be $45 million. Produced on August 18th 1933 in Paris, Roman Polanski is among the most reached and famous international film directors. Graduating from a celebrated film school in Poland, he began his performing career in the early 50s and directed his first feature-length movie, Knife in the Water, in 1962. Later, in 1968, Polanski directed his first box-office Hollywood movie, Rosemary’s Baby. Polanski himself wrote the screenplay for Rosemary’s Baby in under a month. Through the following years, he directed other critically acclaimed films, like Macbeth, Chinatown or The Tenant.

Polanski had great success with the stage production of Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus. In 1999 Polanski directed the play again, in Milan. After 2002’s premier in Poland, the movie acquired innumerable awards, including the Palm d’Or in the Cannes Film Festival and also the Academy Award for Best Director. Polanski went further and directed other great films, like The Ghost Writer and Carnage. His latest movie, Venus in Furs, premiered earlier this season in the Cannes Film Festival.