Danny Huston Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Danny Huston Net Worth $3 Million Dollars
Danny Huston Net Worth: Danny Huston is an American actor, writer, and director that has a net worth of $3 million dollars. Danny’s half sister is actress Anjelica Huston. His first role came in the movie The “Human” Factor in 1975. Danny directed his first movie Mr. North in 1988. His dad John Huston produced the movie. In 2000. Huston has starred as Ben Diamond in the TV show Magic City so that as The Axeman in American Horror Story. Danny has additionally directed the films Becoming Colette, and The Maddening. He won a Satellite Award in 2005 and continues to be nominated for a Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award. He’s been married twice and has one daughter.
May 14, 1962
Rome, Lazio, Italy
6' 2" (1.88 m)
Actor, Director, Writer
United States of America
Katie Jane Evans
John Huston and Zoe Sallis
Anjelica Huston Jack Huston Allegra Huston Walter Huston
Visited 12. Sarajevo Film Festival (Bosnia) to promote his Movie "The Proposition". [August 2006]
His father was of English, Scottish, Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), distant German, and remote Portuguese, ancestry. His mother was of English and Indian ancestry.
He and his Hitchcock (2012) cast mate, Anthony Hopkins have both played King Richard the Lionheart. Hopkins made his film debut in that role in The Lion in Winter (1968), while Huston played the part in Robin Hood (2010). They have also both played members of the Adams political clan: Huston played Samuel Adams in John Adams (2008), while Hopkins played his cousin John Quincy Adams in Amistad (1997).
His divorce from Katie Evans was never finalized. She committed suicide in 2008.
Why should I ever get fed up talking about my father? He was a brilliant, colorful man who left us with thousands of memories. Most people remember his films, but I've got anecdotes and advice and episodes of real life tucked away inside my head. I'm always amazed that there are more to come out, but one day something triggers something off and a new memory of him emerges, like a ghost.
Sometimes film is just the family business. Some families are generations of carpenters or farmers, or they make clothes, or they're all lawyers. I'm in the family business.