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Billy Bob Thornton Net Worth 2019, Age, Height, Bio, Wiki

Billy Bob Thornton Net Worth 2019, Age, Height, Bio, Wiki

Billy Bob Thornton was conceived on August 4, 1955, in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Raised in rural Arkansas, he moved to Los Angeles, California, resolved to make his living as a performing artist.

Thornton first started building up the character of Karl Childers, a lumbering, moderate witted, however well meaning man in the convention of John Steinbeck’s Lennie from the exemplary Of “Mice and Men”.

He played Karl Childers in front of an audience as a sensational monolog, and in 1993, he utilized the character as a part of a short film entitled “Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade”, coordinated by George Hickenlooper.

Then, Thornton sharpened his screenwriting capacities, co-composing and showing up in 1991’s “One False Move”, a wrongdoing thriller.

In 1996, in the wake of showing up in little parts in various effective movies, he consented to coordinate, composed and star in a full length form of “Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade”.

The ensuing film, Sling Blade, was an autonomous hit and earned Thornton an Academy Award for the best adjusted screenplay.

His acting execution of the film was about as acclaimed as the screenplay, which opened him up to real Hollywood parts, including Oliver Stone’s “U-Turn” (1997) and the science fiction blockbuster “Armageddon” (1998).

Likewise, in 1998, he gave a convincing execution in “Primary Colors” as Richard Jemmons.

In 1999, Thornton got a best supporting on-screen character Oscar selection for his depiction of Jacob Mitchell, the lamentable foil in Sam Raimi’s “A Simple Plan”. The next year, he coordinated Matt Damon and Penelope Cruz in a film adjustment of Cormac McCarthy’s novel “All the Pretty Horses”.

Thornton featured in a series of motion pictures in 2001, including the satire Bandits, co-featuring Bruce Willis and Cate Blanchett; the odd “The Man Who Wasn’t There”, made by film making siblings Joel and Ethan Coen and co-featuring Frances McDormand and James Gandolfini; and the dull dramatization Monster’s Ball, co-featuring Halle Berry, with Thornton plays a scorn filled jail protect who wanders down a more empathetic way.

The last two movies earned Thornton twin Golden Globe gestures, for best performing artist in a comic drama and best on-screen character in a dramatization, separately.

Proceeding with his prominent work, Thornton featured the 2003 drama “Bad Santa”, and the next year he played Davy Crockett inverse Dennis Quaid’s Sam Houston in the enormous spending plan include “The Alamo”.

He has gained a net worth of $30 million.

Quick Summary

Full name: Billy Bob Thornton

Date of birth: August 4, 1955

Birth place: Hot Springs, Arkansas

Age: 61 years

Profession: Actor, Voicing artist, Singer, Songwriter, Producer, and Director

Height: 1.83m

Weight: 140 lbs

Net worth: $30 Million

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