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Michael Pitt net worth:
$6 Million

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Michael Pitt is an American actor and musician, he’s a net worth of $4 million. Michael Pitt has brought in his net worth from his character as Jimmy Darmody in the HBO show Boardwalk Empire. Michael is also well-known for his role in Bernardo Bertolucci’s movie The Dreamers. Michael was born on April 10, 1981 in West Orange, New Jersey; he made his acting debut in the off-Broadway play The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek in 1999, performed in the New York Theatre Workshop. In the play Pitt caught the attention of a casting agent who recommended him for a guest character in the television series Dawson’s Creek.

Michael Pitt Net Worth $4 Million Dollars

Pitt also starred in Murder by Numbers and The Village just before his part in The Dreamers. He also performed the tune “Hey Joe” alongside the group called Twins of Evil, this tune may be heard in the film The Dreamers. Pitt will probably function as coming face (model) for Prada’s Spring/Summer 2012 Men’s Group.



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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Criminal2016post-production
179th Street2016pre-productionPeter McLane
Criminal Activities2015completedZach
You Can't Win2015post-productionJack Black
Asphalte2015John McKenzie
The Smell of Us2014Street Musician (uncredited)
Hannibal2014TV SeriesMason Verger
Rob the Mob2014Tommy Uva
I Origins2014Ian
Seven Psychopaths2012Larry
Boardwalk Empire2010-2011TV SeriesJames 'Jimmy' Darmody
T Takes: Michael Pitt2008Video shortThe Guest in Room 113
T Takes: Room 1132008Video shortThe Guest in Room 113
Funny Games2007Paul
Silk2007Hervé Joncour
Delirious2006Toby Grace
The Hawk Is Dying2006Fred
Perfect Partner2005
Last Days2005Blake
The Village2004Finton Coin
The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things2004Buddy
Jailbait2004Randy
Wonderland2003Gopher (scenes deleted)
Rhinoceros Eyes2003Chep
The Dreamers2003Matthew
Murder by Numbers2002Justin Pendleton
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit2002TV SeriesHarry Baker
Bully2001Donny Semenec
The Yellow Bird2001ShortStuff
Hedwig and the Angry Inch2001Tommy Gnosis
Finding Forrester2000John Coleridge
Dawson's Creek1999-2000TV SeriesHenry Parker
Mambo Café2000Teenage Male
Even Housewives in Minnesota Have Those Daydreams1999ShortPetey
Hi-Life1998Boy Teen
541998Dance Student (uncredited)
Law & Order1998TV SeriesAndy
Dellaventura1997TV SeriesBabyface

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Shutter Island2010arranger: "QUARTET FOR PIANO AND STRINGS IN A MINOR" 1876
Last Days2005performer: "Death to Birth" / writer: "Fetus", "Death to Birth"
The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things2004publisher: "Muskrat" / writer: "Muskrat"
The Dreamers2003performer: "Hey Joe" 1962

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
You Can't Win2015producer post-production
I Origins2014executive producer

Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
You Can't Win2015screenplay post-production

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Bringing Rain2003thanks
Whether You Like It or Not: The Story of Hedwig2003Video documentary special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Making of Last Days2005Video shortHimself
Larry Clark, Great American Rebel2003DocumentaryHimself
Whether You Like It or Not: The Story of Hedwig2003Video documentaryHimself
Cartaz Cultural2003TV SeriesHimself
Cinema Sex Politics: Bertolucci Makes 'The Dreamers'2003TV Movie documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Boardwalk Empire2012TV SeriesJames 'Jimmy' Darmody
San Sebastián 2006: Crónica de Carlos Boyero2006TV Movie documentaryToby Jones
Ceremonia de clausura - 54º festival internacional de cine de San Sebastián2006TV MovieToby Grace

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2012BSFC AwardBoston Society of Film Critics AwardsBest Ensemble CastSeven Psychopaths (2012)· Colin Farrell
· Sam Rockwell
· Christopher Walken
· Abbie Cornish
· Linda Bright Clay
· Kevin Corrigan
· Woody Harrelson
· Zeljko Ivanek
· Long Nguyen
· Christine Marzano
· Tom Waits
· Brendan Sexton III
· Olga Kurylenko
· Bonny
· Gabourey Sidibe
· Michael Stuhlbarg
· Harry Dean Stanton
2012ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesBoardwalk Empire (2010)· Steve Buscemi
· Dominic Chianese
· Robert Clohessy
· Dabney Coleman
· Charlie Cox
· Josie Gallina
· Lucy Gallina
· Stephen Graham
· Jack Huston
· Anthony Laciura
· Heather Lind
· Kelly Macdonald
· Rory McTigue
· Declan McTigue
· Gretchen Mol
· Brady Noon
· Connor Noon
· Kevin O'Rourke
· Aleksa Palladino
· Jacqueline Pennewill
· Vincent Piazza
· Michael Shannon
· Paul Sparks
· Michael Stuhlbarg
· Peter Van Wagner
·
2011ActorScreen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesBoardwalk Empire (2010)· Greg Antonacci
· Steve Buscemi
· Dabney Coleman
· Paz de la Huerta
· Stephen Graham
· Anthony Laciura
· Kelly Macdonald
· Gretchen Mol
· Aleksa Palladino
· Vincent Piazza
· Michael Shannon
· Paul Sparks
· Michael Stuhlbarg
· Erik Weiner
· Shea Whigham
· Chase Coleman

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest Guest Performance in a Television SeriesHannibal (2013)
2012Golden NymphMonte-Carlo TV FestivalOutstanding Actor in a Drama SeriesBoardwalk Empire (2010)
2012SDFCS AwardSan Diego Film Critics Society AwardsBest Ensemble PerformanceSeven Psychopaths (2012)· Colin Farrell
· Sam Rockwell
· Christopher Walken
· Abbie Cornish
· Linda Bright Clay
· Kevin Corrigan
· Woody Harrelson
· Zeljko Ivanek
· Long Nguyen
· Christine Marzano
· Tom Waits
· Brendan Sexton III
· Olga Kurylenko
· Bonny
· Gabourey Sidibe
· Michael Stuhlbarg
· Harry Dean Stanton
2011Critics' Choice TV AwardCritics Choice Television AwardsBest Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesBoardwalk Empire (2010)
2011OFTA Television AwardOnline Film & Television AssociationBest Supporting Actor in a Drama SeriesBoardwalk Empire (2010)
2008Fright Meter AwardFright Meter AwardsBest ActorFunny Games (2007)

2nd place awards

2nd place awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2009Chainsaw AwardFangoria Chainsaw AwardsBest Supporting ActorFunny Games (2007)


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#Fact
1According to a NY press interview, his departure from Boardwalk Empire, after two very successful seasons, was due largely to artistic differences and disagreements over production direction. While both Pitt and the producers wanted the James Dermody character to remain in the story line, it was felt it best not to continue as the disagreements were affecting production too negatively.
2He is of part Italian descent.
3Appeared in the Joey Ramone video, What a Wonderful World, with then-girlfriend Alexis Dziena. [2002]
4Greatly admires River Phoenix.
5Was ranked #9 on Entertainment Weekly's '30 Under 30' the actors list. (2008).
6Is the youngest of four children. He has two older sisters, Allison and Stacy, as well as an older brother.
7Engaged to Asia Argento for a few months. [2004]
8Some of the music he likes is early David Bowie, Iggy Pop & The Stooges, Pixies, Operation Ivy, Sonic Youth, Ramones, The Sex Pistols and The White Stripes.
9Together with Alexis Dziena, Ryan Donowho and Bennie Slay, he is in a group of actors known as "The Eastsiders" - as they were spotted by casting director Lori Eastside - who was the female lead singer for Kid Creole and the Coconuts, a choreographer for Mick Jagger and was in Get Crazy (1983) with Lou Reed.
10Is one of the faces of "Emporio Armani".
11He currently lives in Brooklyn, New York. [2004]
12His favourite movie is My Own Private Idaho (1991).
13Sings the song 'Hey Joe' which can be heard in The Dreamers (2003).
14Plays guitar and sings in the band Pagoda.
15He moved to New York City from West Orange, New Jersey, when he was 16 with two cents, a ball of lint, and no place to stay. He got a job as a bike messenger. He studied for a while at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. He was cast as Henry in Dawson's Creek (1998) after someone from the series saw him in the play, "The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek" at New York Theatre Workshop.

#Quote
1I remember when I was a kid looking at different types of film and really examining the grains of them. I remember even looking at the ink streaks.
2(On landing Boardwalk Empire) They sent me the pilot and I read it and I started working on it. I went to a big casting call, where you wait in the waiting room and you put the scene down on tape, and they called me a month later. I had been in California trying to find a job and I met with [Boardwalk producer] Terry Winter, and when I came back they said I could audition for Marty [Scorsese]. I was a bit nervous, and before I went in for the audition I got dressed up-put on a suit and stuff-because it was 1920s-and I went in and I met Marty, who was staying at the Waldorf-Astoria. He had been kind of homeless for a while and he was staying in this giant suite, and I went in and we talked and I did this scene, and he said, "That's good, but you should do it angrier," and so I did, but he said, again, "That's good, but I think a bit more angry," so I did it again even angrier and asked, "So is that good?" and he said, "Yeah, more angry!" So I went to the corner of the room and started screaming at the top of my lungs, "You motherfucker!" and punching the wall. I asked him, "Is that good?" and he said, "I think it's a good place to start."
3(On getting fired as an extra on Flawless) I was there with my friends and they wanted these two punk rock guys to be standing in this elevator while Robert De Niro ran in, or something. Joel Schumacher picked us, which meant we were going to get paid like two or three hundred dollars more, which at that time meant that we had our rent for the month, so it was a big deal. We were standing in the East Village with all the extras, next to a prostitute and a little person, talking about the money we were going to get. So someone-one of the extras-had a really great idea and said, "We should celebrate," and they sparked up a joint. So we're standing there on the corner in front of this church and we're smoking a joint and we're excited, then all of a sudden five undercover cops came out of nowhere and threw us against the wall and they started arresting us. And so they're handcuffing us as Joel Schumacher walks by, and we're like, "Look, we'll be out in twenty-four hours and we can be right back here tomorrow." As the cops were pulling us into the car, he was just sort of like, "That's it-sorry, boys." So we asked the cops if we could at least sign the waiver so we could be paid for the day's work, and they said no and took us to jail.
4There's this double standard with nudity. You can show a woman's full anatomy, but it's threatening and uncomfortable with guys. Gay, straight, bi or whatever, these particular people who run the country are afraid to see the beauty in things that aren't necessarily what they think is right or whatever.
5Movie stars get paid these ridiculous amounts of money, I don't know if they deserve it. But I think what they're really getting paid for is not the work but all the other stuff.
6You know, people want someone to tell them the answer. They want a friend, or a teacher, or a parent, but above all I guess they just want to know. And the truth is you can't tell them, and that's a hard thing to deal with. And it's easy to get wrapped up in the idea that this person knows, that he will tell me what I need to know, what I need to live, because he means a lot to me.
7I just do movies I like. I mean, I do movies I would want to go see.
8I think in some ways you learn more from the things you don't like than the things you do. What you want, and what you don't want.
9[on The Dreamers (2003)]: I was nervous for the sex scenes. It's tough for an American actor, because it can be looked upon very badly. It's a serious risk to take in your career. It's risky with the studios and with the American public. It's looked down upon in American culture at a serious level. It could be perceived not as work but as pornography. Every time I was nervous about it, I would remind myself that possibly I was going to be a part of something that was going to change those attitudes. I don't agree with those values at all. It's totally fine showing someone getting their head blown off in America and you can't show the human body. I think that shows something about the culture.
10All these directors who do different locations forget that one room can be shot from a million different angles and a million different ways. When I direct a movie, I'm going to use that.
11[on his director, Bernardo Bertolucci]: There are two kinds of directors: There's the kind where two plus two equals four, and you have to help them figure it out. And then there's the kind that throws you in a room, locks the door, sets the house on fire and films it.

#Trademark
1Often plays characters that are twisted or troubled. For example, Paul in Funny Games (2007), Blake in Last Days (2005) and James in Boardwalk Empire (2010).

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