Laurence Fishburne Net Worth

How much is Laurence Fishburne worth?

Net Worth: $30 Million
Salary: $200 Thousand Per Episode
Date of Birth: 1961-07-30
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft (1.84 m)
Profession: Actor, Playwright, Film Producer, Film director, Voice Actor, Screenwriter
Nationality: United States of America
Last Updated: 2020
Laurence Fishburne Net Worth:
$30 Million

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Actor Laurence Fishburne has a networth that has to be considered impressive.

Laurence Fishburne net worth: Laurence Fishburne is an American actor, director, producer and playwright who has a net worth of $30 million. Laurence Fishburne has earned his net worth through his many acting roles in a career that dates back more than 40 years. His most notable films include, What’s Love Got to do With it, Boyz in the Hood, Mission Impossible III, and of course The Matrix I, II and III. He has also starred in several television series such as, CSI Miami, CSI New York, The Equalizer, Spenser for Hire and many more. Fishburne is also the voice of Morpheus on the video games, Enter the Matrix and The Matrix Online, as well as the voice of Dr.Raymond Langston on the games, CSI: Deadly Intent, CSI: Fatal Conspiracy and as Isaiah Reed in True Crime: New York City. He has won NAACP awards for Best Male Lead-Equity in the play “Without Walls,” and a Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Featured Role, in the play “Two Trains Running.”

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Laurence Fishburne was born in Augusta, Georgia in 1961. His mother (Hattie Bell) was a teacher of science and math at the high school, and his father was a juvenile corrections officer. His mother and father were divorced while he was still a child and Fishburne lived with his mother in Brooklyn, New York, where he attended Lincoln Square Academy.

Inspirational Quotes by Laurence Fishburne

I think of myself as being a relatively intelligent man who is open to a lot of different things and I think that questioning our purpose in life and the meaning of existence is something that we all go through at some point.

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I didn’t want to be a big star. I wanted to be a really good actor.

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You know, whatever happens between the two of us that’s created when we come together as actors is not something I think we can explain.

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My vocation is I do what I do. I’m an actor; that’s what I do.

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It’s always a collective group of people coming together to oppose those things which are fundamentally contrary to our basic humanity.

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