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Tony Curtis Net Worth

Tony Curtis Net Worth

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Tony Curtis Net Worth:
$60 Million

Birth date: June 3, 1925, The Bronx, New York City, New York, United States
Death date: September 29, 2010, Henderson, Nevada, United States
Birth place: The Bronx
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Profession: Actor, Painter
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Jill Vandenberg Curtis (m. 1998–2010)
Children: Jamie Lee Curtis, Kelly Curtis, Allegra Curtis, Nicholas Curtis, Alexandra Curtis, Ben Curtis

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Tony Curtis net worth, wiki & biography:

Tony Curtis produced as Bernard Schwartz was an American celebrity with a net worth of $60 Million.

Tony Curtis Net Worth $60 Million

Curtis has acted in over 100 movies of varied genres from comedy to drama. Curtis was born on 3rd June 1925. Initially he got his characters for his good looks, but gradually throughout the mid 1950’s, he was being noted by the critics and was appraised for his performances. At the start Tony used to star in pictures of genres like westerns, light comedies, sports films and musicals. But “Houdini” of 1953 was distinct. The critic David Thomson mentioned that Tony’s acting abilities have greatly enhanced.

The critics recognized his performance again as he landed with an Oscar nomination in the Best Actor category for the 1958 film “The Defiant Ones”. Afterward, in 1959 he came up with “Some Like It Hot”, likely his best acting ever. It went to develop into a classic. The movie co-starred Marilyn Monroe. In 1959, Marilyn was starred in Operation Petticoat with Cary Grant, as well as in 1960 he acted in “Spartacus”, that has been equally successful in the box office.

Curtis established himself again with all the release of “The Boston Strangler”. It is also considered as his last important movie. He had to play the part of real-life serial killer Albert DeSalvo. Curtis gained 30 pounds and had his look rebuilt for this film.

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