How rich is Macaulay Culkin?
Macaulay Culkin Net Worth:
|Birth date:||August 26, 1980|
|Birth place:||Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 6 in (1.7 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Voice Actor, Child Actor, Musician|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Rachel Miner (m. 1998–2002)|
|Parents:||Kit Culkin, Patricia Brentrup|
|Siblings:||Kieran Culkin, Rory Culkin, Quinn Culkin, Christian Culkin, Jennifer Adamson, Shane Culkin, Dakota Culkin|
Macaulay Culkin net worth, wiki & biography:
Macaulay Culkin Net Worth $15 Million
American actor, Macaulay Culkin comes with an estimated net worth of $15 million. The most successful child performer since Shirley Temple, Macaulay Culkin first stepped onto a brand new York stage at age four. Extensively trained for his craft, including a stint with Balanchine’s School of the American Ballet, youthful Culkin became a familiar TV-advertisement face and was spotlighted in a number of movie supporting characters, the finest of which was as John Candy’s inquisitive nephew in Uncle Buck (1989).
After an unbilled cameo role in Jacob’s Ladder (1990) and prior to an appearance in a Michael Jackson video, Culkin was cast as the preteen protagonist of Home Alone, a Three Stooges-like mix of violent slapstick and sappy thought that was the highest-grossing film of 1990. Culkin thus became the highest paid child actor of them all, and one of the few under-13 performers who could be counted on to “open” a picture. Two more blockbusters followed: My Girl (1991) and Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992). At the time, the lad’s livelihood was under the tight control of his father Christopher “Kit” Culkin, an erstwhile actor who also handled the careers of Culkin’s smaller, equally photogenic sibs, and narratives began to emerge from Hollywood concerning the older Culkin’s start behavior.
At a couple of months shy of age 18, Culkin wed actress Rachel Miner in 1998, but the couple split in 2000. The previous child star re emerged in 2002 in documentarians Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato’s feature introduction, Party Monster, the true-life story of the rise and fall of a youthful club supporter.