Ethan Coen Net Worth, Wiki, Bio

The Estimated Ethan Coen Net Worth is $110 Million. The Net Worth of Ethan Coen has seen a hike of 27% over the past few years. Ethan Coen is an American filmmaker. While calculating the Net Worth of Ethan Coen we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Ethan Coen Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc.

Ethan Coen Net Worth

Ethan Coen Net Worth House Cars Salary Income 2017

Estimated Net Worth $110.9 Million
Average Annual Income $28.5 Million
Personal Investments $72.3 Million
Luxury Cars – 3 $1 Million

Ethan Coen Cars included in his Net Worth

The Car collection of Ethan Coen is quite Average. Ethan Coen owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Ethan Coen include Jaguar, Range Rover and Rolls Royce.

Ethan Coen House included in his Net Worth

Ethan Coen Resides in Greenwich Village. Ethan Coen bought This luxury home in 2007. Estimated Value of this Real Estate Property around $3.2 Million.

Ethan Coen Biography

Working alongside his brother Joel, Ethan Coen is widely considered one of the most visionary and idiosyncratic filmmakers of the late 20th century.

Combining thoughtful eccentricity, wry humor, arch irony, and often brutal violence, the films of the Coen brothers have become synonymous with a style of filmmaking that pays tribute to classic American movie genres especially film noir  while sustaining a firmly postmodern feel.

Ethan Coen Born in St. Louis Park, MN, in 1957, Ethan Coen studied philosophy at Princeton University. Soon after Ethan Coen graduated, Ethan Coen and his brother began writing their first screenplays, and, in 1984, they made their debut with Blood Simple.

Both of them wrote and edited the film (using the name Roderick Jaynes for the latter duty), while Joel took the directing credit and Ethan billed himself as the producer.

It earned considerable critical acclaim and established the brothers as fresh, original talent. Their next major effort (after Crimewave, a 1985 film they wrote that was directed by Sam Raimi), 1987’s Raising Arizona was a screwball comedy miles removed from the dark, violent content of their previous movie, and it won over critics and audiences alike.

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Their fan base growing, the Coens went on to make Miller’s Crossing (1990), a stark gangster epic with a strong performance from John Turturro, whom the brothers also used to great effect in their next film, Barton Fink (1991).

Fink earned Joel a Best Director award and a Golden Palm at the 1991 Cannes Film Festival, as well as the festival’s Best Actor award for Turturro.

A surreal, nightmarish movie revolving around a writer’s creative block, it was a heavily stylized, atmospheric triumph that further established the Coens as visionary arbiters of the bizarre.

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Their 1994 follow-up to Barton Fink, The Hudsucker Proxy, was a relative critical and commercial disappointment, though it did boast the sort of heavily stylized, postmodern irony that had so endeared the brothers to their audience.

Whatever failings The Hudsucker Proxy exhibited, however, were more than atoned for by the unquestionable success of the Coens’ next film, Fargo (1996).

A black, violent crime comedy with a surprisingly warm heart, it recalled Blood Simple in its themes of greed, corruption, and murder, but provided more redemptive sentiment than was afforded to the characters of the previous film.

The brothers shared a Best Original Screenplay Oscar for their work, and another Oscar, for Best Actress, went to Frances McDormand, to whom Joel had been married since 1984. Following Fargo, the Ethan Coen went on to make The Big Lebowski in 1998.

Ethan Coen Net Worth Growth Estimate

The Net Worth and Income of Ethan Coen is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Ethan Coen’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 36%.

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