Charles S. Dutton Net Worth

How much is Charles S. Dutton worth?

Net Worth: $11 Million
Date of Birth: 1951-01-30
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.79 m)
Profession: Actor, Television Director, Television producer, Film director
Nationality: United States of America
Charles S. Dutton Net Worth:
$11 Million

Charles S. Dutton net worth and salary: Charles S. Dutton is an American actor who has a net worth of $11 million. Charles S. Dutton’s career began under arduous circumstances. As a result of his rough childhood, he spent much of his younger years in prison. During one of those stints, while During was spending 6 days in solitary confinement, he became enamored with the subject of the one book he was allowed to bring with him: Black Playwrights. So enamored, in fact, he petitioned the prison’s warden to approve the inception of a prison drama group. It was from these humble beginnings that Dutton eventually made it to Broadway, making his debut in 1984 in the play Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom. It was only a matter of time before Dutton made the transition to TV and movies, appearing in movies like Alien3, in which he used his experience in prison to use as a character in an outer space prison colony, and Rudy. Dutton has also found work behind the camera, directing the HBO miniseries The Corner, based on the book by David Simon. Simon, of course, would go on to create the HBO series The Wire, which has many similarities to The Corner. Dutton’s latest project is to develop, direct, and star in a series for HBO. Some of Dutton’s other notable movies include Rudy, A Time To Kill, Menace II Society, Gothika and Surviving The Game.

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Inspirational Quotes by Charles S. Dutton

And like everybody else, I like the Rocky movies, but if you look at them again you can see all the misses, but the intensity of it, but that wasn't what this is.

Charles S. Dutton

Because I killed a guy in real life, and because my character kills a guy onstage, they said I could never do anything this great again. I resented that.

Charles S. Dutton

The thing is, the studio then forget that you're an actor and that you can do other things, and so since they pay you for that, they don't want you to do anything else.

Charles S. Dutton

Acting is the easiest money you'll ever make in your life, and directing is probably the hardest money.

Charles S. Dutton

I just don't want to do a movie because it paid me a lot of money.

Charles S. Dutton