How Much is Francis Ford Coppola Worth?
We often want to learn some rules of success, which will lead us to wealth and fame. But always we know the answer in advance – to become a star, you should be born with it.
Francis Ford Coppola is the star of that caliber – he is ready to share his secrets of success, but to reach his level, you should be Ford Coppola.
The father of a modern filmmaker Sofia Coppola and the uncle of a great actor Nicolas Cage, Francis has earned more money than he can spend during his whole life. His net worth is estimated at $250 million.
He became rich immediately after the release of “The Godfather” in 1972. Then Francis and other young enthusiasts Marlon Brando, Al Pacino and Diane Keaton got their winning tickets.
Coppola is the screenwriter, director and actor of classical Hollywood hits, such as “Apocalypse Now”, “The Conversation” and “The Cotton Club”, featuring young Richard Gere.
Francis Ford Coppola Salary for Some of his Movies:
|“The Godfather” in 1972||$175, 000|
|“The Godfather: Part II” in 1974||$1 million|
|“The Cotton Club” in 1984||$2, 5 million|
|“The Godfather: Part III” in 1990||$6 million|
Alongside filmmaking, Francis Ford tried his hand in business and turned to be talented in this area too. He runs a film studio in San Francisco, named “American Zoetrope”, publishes a literary magazine, owns a winery and a hotel “Palazzo Margherita” in Italy, the night at which costs close to $450.
But in spite of the fact, that Coppola makes cash like a machine, first of all he is an artist. And he leads the life, typical for a person of art.