Facts of Warren Beatty
|Full Name||Warren Beatty|
|Birth Name||Henry Warren Beaty|
|Profession||Actor, Producer, Director|
|Birth City||Richmond, Virginia|
|Birth Country||United States|
|Father Name||Ira Owens Beatty|
|Mother Name||Kathlyn Corinne MacLean|
|Relation With||Joan Collins (ex-girlfriend)|
|No Of Children||4|
|Filmography||Splendor in the Grass,Bonnie and Clyde,Reds,Bugsy,Shampoo,Bluworth|
|Education||Washington-Liberty High School|
|Date of Birth||March 30,1937|
|Married Date||March 3,1992|
How Much Is The Net Worth Of Actor Warren Beatty?
Warren Beatty is an American actor who made a debut as Bud Stamper in the film Splendor in the Grass. He earned worldwide fame after producing the film Bonnie and Clyde in 1967 and winning the Oscar Award as the best director in the movie Reds.
Additionally, the versatile personality is also famous for successful movies like Bugsy, Shampoo, Bluworth, Rules Don’t Apply, and Heaven Can Wait to film industry.
According to the Celebrity Net Worth, Warren is worth $70 million in 2020. In 1961, he earned a salary of $15,000 from Splendor in the Grass and $30,000 from The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone.
|1962||All Fall Down||$200,000|
|1967||Bonnie and Clyde||$200,000|
|1970||The Only Game in Town||$750,000|
|1990||Dick Tracy||$9 million|
|2001||Town & Country||$10 million|
Career Span Over Six Decades
Warren Beatty began his career as an actor with the TV series Kraft Theatre as Roy Nicholas in 1957. Similarly, in his debut year, he got two more roles on television shows, Studio One in Hollywood and Suspicion.
From 2959 to 1960, he played Milton Armitage on the television series The Many Loves of Dobie Gills along with Dwayne Hickman, Frank Faylen, Florida Friebus, Bob Denver, and others. Then, in 1961, he portrayed the role of Bud Stamper in the Oscar-nominated American Technicolor period drama movie Splendor in the Grass along with Natalie Wood.
After the limelight from the film, Warren earned more popularity as an actor, writer, and producer with the biographical crime movie Bonnie and Clyde with Faye Dunaway, Gene Hackman, Estelle Parsons, and Michael J. Pollard. Some of his more notable movies include Shampoo, Heaven Can Wait, Reds, Dick Tracy, Bugsy, Bulworth, and Rules Don’t Apply.
Furthermore, as a director, Warren is famous for the film Reds and even won Academy Award for Best Director in 1982. Similarly, he won another Oscar that is Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award.
Bugsy star Warren supports the organizations, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and Hole in the Wall Gang.
The celebrity couple Warren and Annette live a lavish lifestyle in Los Angeles. The Mediterranean house covers 11,000 square feet featuring 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms along with a gym, office, and a pool is listed on the market for $6.995 million.
Prior to this, the duo kept the mansion in rent for $27,500 per month. The price of the villa was later reduced from $25,000 to $19,995 per month.
Raised By Teacher Parents
Warren Beatty was born Henry Warren Beaty on March 30, 1937, in Richmond, Virginia, the United States to teacher parents, Ira Owens Beatty and Kathlyn Corinne MacLean. He spent his childhood with his actress sister, Shirley MacLaine.
Two times Oscar winner Beatty attended Washington-Liberty High School.
Shares 4 Kids With Actress Wife
83 years old actor Warren Beatty is married to actress Annette Bening. The couple exchanged wedding vows on March 3, 1992.
For 28 long years, Beatty, along with his spouse, has four children. The duo shares two daughters, Isabel Beatty, Ella Beatty, and two sons, Stephen Beatty and Benjamin Beatty.
Prior to Bening, Warren was dating actress Joan Collins in 1959. The couple was engaged in the early 1960s but later called off their engagement.
In an autobiography, Passion for Life, his ex-fiancee revealed that she was pregnant with Warren's child. She also disclosed that she had an abortion in order to avoid the scandal, which could seriously damage their career at that time.