How rich is James Wan?
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|Birth date:||February 26, 1977|
|Birth place:||Kuching, Malaysia|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)|
|Profession:||Film director, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Film Editor|
|Awards:||Pegasus Audience Award|
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James Wan has become well-known due to his work as a film producer. Along with that, he’s also a film director and writer. In 2004, he became popular when he served as a manager of among the very most well-known horror movies called “Saw”. He’s also famous for his development of Billy the Puppet. Along with the said horror movie, he’s also served as a director to other movies, like “Insidious”, “Dead Silence”, “Death Sentence”, “The Conjuring” and “Insidious: Chapter 2”. So, working on these films has also added up a lot to the overall amount of James Wan net worth.
In 2014, James Wan began to act as a director of the film called “Furious 7”, which can be set to be published in 2015, therefore, it’s also anticipated this picture will raise James Wan net worth, at the same time. The director was created in Malaysia in 1977 but he spent an enormous portion of his life in Australia.
James Wan Net Worth $50 Million
As well as that James Wan is also called a producer. He’s served as such to get a horror movie called “Demonic”, which can be scheduled to be published in December of 2014. Additionally, James Wan has also worked as a producer to the picture called “Annabelle”, which will be a sequel to his directing picture, “Conjuring”. Consequently, his work as a producer has additionally raised the entire quantity of James Wan net worth. James Wan is also called the director who casted the same performers for a number of his films, and such performers comprise Patrick Wilson, Leigh Whannell and Judith Anna Roberts. Although these three performers never appeared on a single set, they appeared in a number of films of his, for instance, Leigh Whannell and Patrick Wilson appeared together in “Insidious” and “Insidious Chapter 2”.