Gus Van Sant Net Worth

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Gus Van Sant net worth is
$45 Million

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Gus Van Sant obtained his net worth by directing several movies, including Good Will Hunting, Milk, Pink, and Elephant. Born on July 24, 1952, in Louisville, KY, Gus Van Sant quickly made his way up the corporate ladder and established himself as among the very critical directorial voices in america. In the first days of his career he was directing television advertisements in the Pacific Northwest, in addition to pictures associated with homosexuality as well as other marginalized subcultures.

Gus Van Sant Net Worth $45 Million Dollars

He’d continue to handle topics of society’s fringe festivals in his work, beginning with his 1985 film Mala Noche. But his filmography as a writer and director contains other important works such as the Shakespeare-inspired play My Own Private Idaho (1991), and version of Tom Robbins’ novel Even Cowgirls Get the Blues (1994). Along with the aforementioned, Sant composed the majority of his early movies and most recently composed his novel Pink, in addition to printed a book of his photography, called 108 Portraits. Creating either non-traditional independent movies or mainstream crowd-pleasers with the exact same spice, Gus Van Sant has managed to carve an enviable niche for himself in Hollywood.

Quick Facts

Birth date: 1952-07-24
Birth place: Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Profession:Miscellaneous Crew
Nationality:United States of America
Parents:Gus Green Van Sant, Sr, Betty Van Sant
Awards:Palme d'Or, Cannes Best Director Award
Books:Pink, My Own Private Idaho, 108 Portraits
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