Facts of John Cusack Networth
|Full Name||John Cusack|
|Birth Name||John Paul Cusack|
|Profession||Actor, Producer, Screenriter|
|Birth City||Evanston, Illinois|
|Father Name||Richard J. Cusack|
|Father Profession||Writer, Actor, Producer, Documentary Filmmaker|
|Mother Name||Ann Paula Carolan|
|Mother Profession||Mathematics Teacher, Political Activist|
|Awards||Chicago Film Critics Association,Canadian Screen Award|
|Sibilings||Ann Cusack, Joan Mary Cusack, Bill Cusack, Susie Cusack|
|Filmography||Better Off Dead,Say Anything...,Bullets over Broadway,, Grosse Pointe Blank,Being John Malkovich,High Fidelity,1408,Igor,2012,The Raven,Love & Mercy|
|Education||Evanston Township High School, New York University|
|Date of Birth||June 28,1966|
John Cusack is an American actor, screenwriter, and producer. The 53-year-old has been a screen actor since 1983 and has steadily built up his résumé of television and movie roles.
He is most known for his movie roles in Better Off Dead, Say Anything..., 2012, and Love & Mercy.
In this article, we look at the net worth of actor John Cusack and breakdown his salary.
What is John Cusack Worth in 2020? Breakdown of His Net Worth & Salary
As of June 2020, John Cusack is reported to have a net worth of $50 million. Cusack's vast net worth comes from his salary as one of Hollywood's most prominent actors.
Cusack made his on-screen debut in the 1983 movie, Class. The next couple of years saw Cusack appearing in small roles in numerous movies.
One of his earliest breakthroughs came in the 1985 movie, The Sure Thing. He then found widespread success as a teenage heartthrob in the 1989 teen-romantic-comedy, Say Anything, where he starred alongside Ione Skye.
Cusack displayed his versatility in drama thrillers like The Grifters and Grosse Pointe Blank.
He also starred in the sleeper indie hit, Being John Malkovich, as a puppeteer who stumbles upon a portal leading to the mind of actor John Malkovich. The movie was nominated for three Academy Awards.
His other starring roles include movies like The Raven and Maps to the Stars.
In October 2016, after six months on the market, John Cusack was finally able to unload his Malibu beachfront home for a whopping $10.6 million.
The property was listed even higher, at $13.5 million, but with no takers, Cusack had to cut down the price by 25%.
Cusack brought the property back in November 1999, at a price almost five times less than what he sold it for: $2.1 million -- which is to be expected considering the rigorous renovation the house has gone through.
The 4,660 square feet Spanish home has 3 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. A gated front courtyard leads to a high-ceiling living room with a hearth fireplace. Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors lead to a sea-side deck that offers a spectacular view of the Malibu beach.
The main floor features a large kitchen and the main suite with its own private balcony and a luxurious bathroom. The upper floor consists of the two guest bedrooms turned into a home gym and a sauna.
John Cusack is the Son of Filmmaker Dick Cusack
John Cusack was born John Paul Cusack on June 28, 1966. He is one of five children born to Richard J. Cusack and Ann Paula Carolan -- all of whom became part of the industry in some form or fashion.
Richard "Dick" Cusack was an actor, producer, writer, and the Emmy Award-winning filmmaker of the 1971 documentary about abortion, The Committee.
Among his siblings are Joan Mary Cusack, the Academy Award-nominated actress of the movies Working Girl and In & Out, as well as an Emmy Award-winning TV actress of Shameless.
John's other sister, Ann Cusack, is an actress in her own right and has been seen in TV shows like Scandal, Grey's Anatomy, One Tree Hill, Ghost Whisperer, Boston Legal, Criminal Minds, Bones, Fargo, Private Practice, and Better Call Saul.
Is John Cusack Married?
John Cusack has never been married in his life. He has been linked with many actresses like Jennifer Love Hewitt and Uma Thurman, but when it comes to taking that next step, Cusack has always shied away from it.
When asked to describe his aversion to marriage in seven words during an interview with Elle Magazine in 2009, Cusack simply summed up his feelings in five words:
"Society doesn't tell me what to do."