Lin-Manuel Miranda Net Worth

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Net Worth: $80 Million
Date of Birth: Jan 16, 1980 (40 years old)
Gender: Male
Profession: Actor, Lyricist, Composer, Rapper, Playwright, Theatre Director
Nationality: United States of America
Last Updated: 2020
Lin-Manuel Miranda Net Worth:
$80 Million

Lin-Manuel Miranda Net Worth and Salary: Lin-Manuel Miranda is an American composer, librettist, lyricist, actor, and rapper who has a net worth of $80 million. Miranda is probably best known for his successful career in the world of Broadway musicals, and he has won many awards during his career. A multi-talented artist, Miranda wins critical acclaim whether he’s acting on stage or pulling the strings behind the scenes.

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Early Life: Lin-Manuel Miranda was born on January 16th of 1980 in New York City. Raised alongside one sister by parents with Puerto Rican roots, he visited the nation of his family’s heritage at least once a year while growing up. Miranda first became passionate about musical theater during high school, when he began writing his own musicals.

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Inspirational Quotes by Lin-Manuel Miranda

What I learned from my go-round with 'In the Heights' is that it's tough to make a movie. In Hollywood, even the people in charge have people in charge.

Lin-Manuel Miranda

Pretty much anything William Shatner is in is great. He's great at playing that 'I'm the only one sane in the world' character.

Lin-Manuel Miranda

If there is a Busta Rhymes of musical theater, it probably is Mandy Patinkin.

Lin-Manuel Miranda

My only responsibility as a playwright and a storyteller is to give you the time of your life in the theatre. I just happen to think that with Hamilton's story, sticking close to the facts helps me. All the most interesting things in the show happened.

Lin-Manuel Miranda

There's been lots of theater that uses hip-hop in it, but more often than not, it's used as a joke - isn't it hilarious that these characters are rapping. I treat it as a musical form, and a musical form that allows you to pack in a ton of lyric.

Lin-Manuel Miranda