Facts of Nicolas Cage
|Full Name||Nicolas Cage|
|Birth Name||Nicolas Kim Coppola|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||Joy Vogelsang|
|Mother Name||August Coppola|
|No Of Children||2|
|Awards||Academy Award,Golden Globe Award|
|Filmography||Ghost Rider,National Treasure|
|Education||Beverly Hills High School|
|Date of Birth||7,1964|
How Much is Nicolas Cage's Net Worth in 2019?
Academy Award-winning actor Nicolas Cage is an American who is best known for his role as a suicidal alcoholic in the film Leaving Las Vegas. His other notable performances can be found in movies like Kick-Ass, Lord of War, Ghost Rider, The Croods, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. In 2009 he was the highest-paid actor earning $40 million.
As of 2019, the Golden Globe-winning star has gathered a net worth of $25 million. The article deals with all his financial conditions, salary, earnings, and sources of income.
Net Worth Details- Salary, Earnings, And Other Sources of Income
The American actor has been able to accumulate wealth worth $25 million even though he suffered a few economic glitches in the past due to accusations of tax fraud.
He made a career debut with the role of Nicholas Coppola in the TV movie Best of Times in 1981.
He is best known for his appearance in films like The Rock, starring Sean Connery, Face/Off featuring John Travolta, Gone in 60 Seconds opposite of Angelina Jolie, The Croods, starring Ryan Reynolds and Emma Stone, The Trust, featuring Elijah Wood.
Cage portrayed the character of Johnny Blaze/ Ghost Rider in the films Ghost Rider and Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance opposite Eva Mendes.
His role in the film Leaving Las Vegas as a drunk Hollywood writer helped him win an Oscar Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award and a Golden Globe.
Salary from Movies
Being an actor a majority of his fortune comprises the salary he received from the movies that he has been cast on.
- Valley (1983) - $5,000
- Vampire's Kiss (1988) - $40,000
- Leaving Las Vegas (1995) - $240,000
- The Rock (1996) - $4,000,000
- Face/Off (1997) - $6,000,000
- Snake Eyes (1998) - $16,000,000
- Bringing Out the Dead (1999) - $10,000,000
- Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000) - $20,000,000
- Adaptation (2002) - $2,000,000
- Windtalkers (2002) - $20,000,000
- National Treasure (2004) - $20,000,000
- The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call - New Orleans (2009) - $2,000,000
- The Sorcerer's Apprentice (2010) - $12,000,000
- The Hungry Rabbit Jumps (2011) - $12,000,000
- Drive Angry (2011) - $6,000,000
- Trespass (2011) - $7,000,000
- Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (2011) - $7,500,000
- Seeking Justice (2011) - -12,000,000
- $The Croods (2013) - $1,000,000
Earnings of Films
The Golden Globe winner has been on the cats of many movies which have made remarkable earnings at the box office.
|The Rock||1996||$335.1 million|
|Con Air||1997||$224 million|
|City of Angels||1998||$198.7 million|
|Snake Eyes||1998||$103.9 million|
|Gone in 60 Seconds||2000||$237.2 million|
|The Family Man||2000||$124.7 million|
|Captain Corelli's Mandolin||2001||$62 million|
|Matchstick Men||2003||$65.6 million|
|National Treasure||2004||$347.5 million|
|Lord of War||2005||$72.6 million|
|World Trade Center||2006||$163 million|
|Ghost Rider||2007||$228.7 million|
|National Treasure: Book of Secrets||2007||$457.4 million|
|The Sorcerer's Apprentice||2010||$215.3 million|
|Season of the Witch||2011||$91.6 million|
|Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance||2012||$132.6 million|
|The Croods||2013||$587.2 million|
|Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse||2018||$375.5 million|
In 2011 he sold his collection of Action Comics 1 for $2,160,000. He brought the comics in 1997 after paying $110,000.
- 2009 - $40 million
- 2008 - $38 million
- 2001 - $28.4 million
- 2000 - $36 million
Talking about his endorsement deals, he has represented multi-national brands like Pachinko, Montblanc and BAIC Motors.
Cage's Assets- Houses And Cars
Nicolas Cage sold his Bel Air home for $10.5 million after desperately trying to sell the property for $35 million to settle his debts. The house was constructed in 1940 for $110,000.
In 2007 he bought a LaLaurie house in New Orleans for the price of $3.45 million. He later sold the house in 2009 for $5.5 million amidst his financial problems. The house according to the actor was the Most Haunted House in America.
That same year he also bought a house in Midford Castle, England, and Middletown, Rhode Island after paying $10 million and $15.7 million respectively. The value of his home in Newport Beach, California was $24 million in 2006.
His San Francisco mansion, located at 898 San Francisco Street was bought for $9.4 million.
He owned a house in Malibu which was sold in 2005 for $10 million. He sold a medieval castle in Oberpfalz, Germany in 2009 for $2.5 million.
The actor also bought an island, next to Johnny Depp's in the Exuma Range for which he paid $7.5 million.
He bought a Lamborghini Miura SVJ in 1997 for $500,000. The car was built for the Prince of Iran, Ali-Reza Pahlavi.
Nicolas Cage also owned a Ferrari Enzo of $670,000 and Gulfstream jet powered with Roll Royce's engine.
Charity, Expenses, Insurances, And Taxes
The American actor gave away $2 million to Amnesty International and $1 million during the time of Hurricane Katrina to the calamity victims.
He was accused by IRS for federal tax lien with claims that Cage had failed to pay $6.5 million in 2007. Besides, he had also failed to pay $350,000 from 2002 to 2004.
Nicholas filed a $20 million lawsuit against his manager, Samuel J. Levin on 16th October 2009 for negligence and fraud. Levin stated that the American actor purchased three properties at the cost of $33 million, 22 automobiles of which 9 were Rolls Royces of $450,000. 12 expensive pieces of jewelry and 47 pieces of art.
He is facing a lawsuit form Red Curb Investments and East West Bank for multi-million dollar loans.
On 15th April Cage was held in custody by police public intoxication and battery charges. He was later released after Duane Chapman posted a bail of $11,000.
A $13 million lawsuit was filed by Christina Fulton against the actor in December 2009.
There is no information regarding his insurance policies.
Nicolas Cage's Personal Life- Age, Education, Relationships, Height, And Weight
He was born as Nicolas Kim Coppola on 7th January 1964 in Long Beach, California, in the United States. He is the son of Joy Vogelsang and August Coppola.
He has two brothers named Christopher Coppola and Marc Coppola. His nationality is American and he belongs to mixed ethnicity of Italian, Polish and German ancestry.
He attended the renown Beverly Hills High school which has a reputation for producing graduates who are in the entertainment business.
Cage later enrolled at UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television.
Relationships and Spouses
The 55-years-old actor has been married and divorced four times. His marriage with his fourth wife Erika Koike in 2019 lasted for four days.
He was married to actress Patricia Arquette in April 1995 and later separated in 2001.
Cage then married Elvis Presley's daughter Lisa Marie Presley on 10th August 2002. Their relationship lasted for 107 days after which they filed for divorce on 25th November 2002 and was finalized on 16th May 2004.
His third wife is Alice Kim whom he married in a private wedding in California. They married on 30th July 20014 and have a son named on 3rd October 2005. They parted ways in January of 2016.
Apart from that he also had a relationship with Christina Fulton, with whom he shares a son named Weston Coppola.
How tall is Nicolas Cage?
The Oscar Award winner has an impressive height of 6 feet (182.9 cms) and his body weighs around 90 kg (198 lbs).