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Full NameSteve Vincent Buscemi
First NameSteve
Middle NameVincent
Last NameBuscemi
Birth NameSteven Vincent Buscemi
Birth CityBrooklyn, New York
Birth CountryUSA
Father NameJohn Buscemi
Father Professiona sanitation worker
Mother NameDorothy Wilson
Mother Professiona hostess at Howard Johnson’s
Gender IdentityMale
Sexual OrientationStraight
Marital StatusSingle
SpouseJO Andres (1987-2019)
No Of Children1
AwardsPrimetime Emmy Award,Golden Globe Award,Screen Actors Guild Award
FilmographyFargo,Con Air,The Big Lebowski,Armageddon,Ghost World,Monsters,Inc.,Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams
EducationValley Stream Central High School
Height175 cm
Networth$35 M
Date of BirthDecember 13,1957
Age62 years

Short Personal Detail of Steve Buscemi

Steve Vincent Buscemi was born on 13th December 1957 in Brooklyn, New York, the United States. His father John Buscemi was a sanitation worker and Korean War veteran while mother Dorothy Wilson was a hostess at Howard Johnson’s.

Young Steve BuscemiImage Source: entertainment
Young Steve Buscemi

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Buscemi is an American by nationality and has mixed (Italian, Irish, English, and Dutch) ancestry. He grew up alongside his siblings Jon, Ken, and Michael (who is also an actor).

He enrolled at the Valley Stream Central High School where he studied alongside actress Patricia Charbonneau.

How Much Is The Net Worth of Steve Buscemi?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, actor Steve Buscemi is worth $35 million as of November 2019. He was reported to earn around $75 thousand per episode from the 2010 TV show Boardwalk Empire.

Buscemi began his acting career in 1985 from The Way It Is. He then appeared in films like Parting Glances, Tales from the Darkside, and Slaves of New York.

He earned his first lead role as Adolpho Rollo in Alexandre Rockwell’s 1992 film In the Soup. He grabbed public attention following his appearance as Mr. Pink in Reservoir Dogs.

Buscemi as Garland Greene in Con AirImage Source: one room
Buscemi as Garland Greene in Con Air

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Some of his other notable work credit include Fargo, Con Air, The Big Lebowski, Armageddon, Ghost World, Monsters, Inc., Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams, and Monster House.

Moreover, Steve also voiced the character Templeton the Rat in Charlotte’s Web and as Wayne the Werewolf in Hotel Transylvania trilogy alongside Adam Sandler, Selena Gomez, Kevin James, and Andy Samberg.

The Reservoir Dogs actor is also well-known for directing films like What Happened to Pete, Trees Lounge, Animal Factory, Lonesome Jim and Interview.

Where Does Buscemi Reside?

The 62-year-old actor resides in Brooklyn, New York where he owns an apartment on 5th Street. Previously, he owned a 3-bedroom and 3-bathroom pad in Los Angeles, California.

He listed his beautiful house in the market for $6.25 million back in 2013.

Steve sold his sunset strip house in 2013 for $6.25 millionImage Source: Variety
Steve sold his sunset strip house in 2013 for $6.25 million

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Well, Steve is seen riding around expensive cars whose details are yet to be out.

Unlike other celebrities, Buscemi is not active on social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. He prefers a low-key life and rarely makes public appearances.

Who was Steve Married to?

Emmy Award nominee Steve was married to American filmmaker, artist, and choreographer Jo Andres

The couple tied the knot in 1987 amidst family and friends. The duo welcomed a son named Lucian Buscemi.

Buscemi with his wife Jo Andres before her deathImage Source: page six
Buscemi with his wife Jo Andres before her death

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Jo and Steve were married for about 32 years until Jo's death on 6th January 2019.

Some Fun Facts:

  1. Buscemi often plays characters who are fast talkers or cowardly characters
  2. He has a high raspy voice
  3. He often works with Joel and Ethan Coen (the Coen brothers)
  4. Steve has googly blue eyes which are often photo-shopped onto others’ faces
Updated On Wed Nov 20 2019 Published On Sun Nov 03 2019 By Amy