How Much is Charlie Chaplin Worth?

Charlie Chaplin is a legendary actor and producer, a key personality in filmmaking who had a net worth of $50 million. He was born into the family of music hall actors and so from childhood, he performed on stage.

In 1914, arriving on tour across the United States with the pantomimic troupe, he made his first step in Mack Sennett’s comic film titled Making a Living. Charlie’s famous image was born after filming in almost a dozen short movies like Kid Auto Races at Venice, Mabel’s Strange Predicament, A Thief Catcher, Twenty Minutes of Love, The Knockout and more filmed in the year of 1914.

He became a co-founder of United Artists Distributor Corporation in 1919 and it provided him full authority over his work. His first full-length pictures were The Kid (1921) along with The Gold Rush (1925). In 1931, Chaplin made his first sound film City Lights, but later discarded the actor’s speech. In 1952, he went with his family on tour in England, and on a trip, he found out he lost his right to return to the US. For this reason, he spent the rest of his life in Switzerland.

A King in New York is another comedy released in 1957, in which he created an image of King Shahdov expelled from his kingdom. Chaplin’s latest painting that he directed and stared was 1967’ comedy A Countess from Hong Kong featuring Sophia Loren and Marlon Brando. In 1971, he was awarded a special prize at the Cannes and in 1972, he earned the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and just after 5 years, he died.