Forest Whitaker Net Worth

How much is Forest Whitaker worth?

Net Worth: $30 Million
Date of Birth: Jul 15, 1961 (59 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Profession: Actor, Film director, Film Producer, Television producer, Voice Actor, Screenwriter
Nationality: United States of America
Last Updated: 2020
Forest Whitaker Net Worth:
$30 Million

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Actor Forest Whitaker has a networth that has to be considered high.

Forest Whitaker Net Worth and Salary: Forest Whitaker is an American actor, producer and director who has a net worth of $30 million. Over the course of his career, Forest Whitaker has appeared in a wide range of different movies and television shows. He is especially famous for movies such as The Last King of Scotland, for which he won a number of awards. Whitaker has also appeared in blockbusters such as Star Wars: Rogue One.

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Early Life: Forest Steven Whitaker was born on July 15th of 1961 in Longview, Texas. His family soon relocated to Carson, California, where he was raised alongside three siblings. While attending high school, Whitaker joined the football team and sang for the choir, eventually graduating in 1979.

Inspirational Quotes by Forest Whitaker

I can’t say I follow it, but I’ve watched ‘Downton Abbey’ a couple of times and loved it.

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I think I didn’t know whether I wanted to keep acting deep into my career. I kept trying to see if I would be able to do it well enough to make that part of my destiny or part of what I was supposed to do.

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I always stand up for what I believe and what I want to.

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I stay true because whatever the project is, I’m still looking for inside of that character. It’s the thing that connects him to me and to everybody else. So, the search is the same. It’s to unveil the truth, and that’s how I stay true, because my purpose isn’t altered.

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If there is inequality, and that equates with colour, then I’m going to deal with it.

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