Quentin Tarantino Net Worth


Quentin Tarantino Net Worth
Net Worth: $25 Million
Salary: $16 Million Per Year
Real Name: Quentin Jerome Tarantino
Date of Birth: 27th March 1963
Age: 59 years old
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 1 in (1.86 m)
Profession: Screenwriter, Producer, Director, Actor, Author, Critic
Nationality: American
Updated: 11th August 2022
Quentin Tarantino Net Worth:
$25 Million

Quentin Tarantino's Salary

$16 Million Per Year

Quentin Jerome Tarantino was born on March 27, 1963, in Knoxville, TN, but grew up in Los Angeles. His mother, Connie, encouraged young Quentin to watch movies like Deliverance and Carnal Knowledge.

It led to a life-long obsession with pop culture. Tarantino’s movies would become known for questionable language, dark humor, violence, and fabulous soundtracks.

Tarantino wrote his first screenplay, Captain Peachfuzz and the Anchovy Bandit, at age 15 after watching Smokey and the Bandit. Quentin briefly attended Torrance Community Theater, then dropped out of high school at age 15 to work as an usher at an adult movie theater.

Quentin Tarantino began taking acting classes at the James Best Theater Company. While there, he would meet Craig Hamann. Hamann would later work with Tarantino on his first film, My Best Friend’s Birthday.

Before making it big in Hollywood, Quentin Tarantino would have other jobs, including working the counter at Video Archives, a movie rental store. This job gave Tarantino time to research obscure Hong Kong martial arts, blaxploitation, action, and spaghetti western films that he would later draw on for inspiration.

Early Screenplays

Tarantino was encouraged to write screenplays by producer Lawrence Bender, one of many people he would frequently collaborate with in his career. His first script, My Best Friend’s Birthday, was never completed, but some of the scenes were included in True Romance.

First Hollywood Job

Tarantino would get his first Hollywood job as a production assistant on Dolph Lungren’s Maximum Potential exercise video. He would get an acting gig in The Golden Girls later that same year, playing an Elvis impersonator. The money he got for that television part would greatly increase Tarantino’s net worth in the future.

But, before that would happen, Robert Kurtzman hired Tarantino to write the script for the vampire horror, From Dusk till Dawn.

Reservoir Dogs

Tarantino didn’t make much money off The Golden Girls job. He estimated he was paid $600 initially, but due to reruns, it totaled about $3,000 over the next three years.

He would take this money and start working on his heist crime thriller, Reservoir Dogs. Harvey Keitel loved the script so much that he contributed to the film’s budget. Tarantino wrote, directed, and starred in the film.

The film and its dialog-driven script made it a favorite at the 1992 Sundance Film Festival.

True Romance and Natural Born Killers

Tarantino wrote the screenplay for True Romance, which was released in 1993. While Tarantino also wrote the script for Natural Born Killers in 1994, he later claimed the final product was greatly edited, and while he hoped the film did well, he disowned the final script.

Pulp Fiction

Quentin Tarantino turned down other offers to go to Amsterdam and write Pulp Fiction. The film was also somewhat of a comeback for John Travolta. Many refer to Pulp Fiction as Tarantino’s cinematic masterpiece.

Pulp Fiction also won the 1994 Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or award.

Four Rooms

Quentin Tarantino next worked on Four Rooms. It was his first collaboration with director Robert Rodriguez, but it would not be their last.

The two joined again when Rodriguez directed From Dusk till Dawn in 1996. Quentin Tarantino also had a role in the film as Richie Gecko, brother of character Seth Gecko, played by George Clooney. Tarantino also worked again with Harvey Keitel, who played Jacob Fuller in the film.

Jackie Brown

Tarantino’s third feature film would break away somewhat from the dark humor and violence for which Tarantino movies had become known. Jackie Brown was an adaptation of the book Rum Punch. It featured a black female lead played by blaxploitation star Pam Grier.

Kill Bill Vol 1 and 2

Having already established a strong lead female character with Jackie Brown, Tarantino decided to write another for the Kill Bill series. These Kill Bill films featured Taratino’s love of martial arts, action, Italian horror, Japanese dramas, and spaghetti westerns.

While filming Pulp Fiction, Tarantino and actress Uma Thurman worked on the story idea.

Inglourious Basterds

Tarantino flipped the ending of World War II with Inglourious Basterds, which featured Jewish-American soldiers bringing down the Nazi regime.

At the time, it was Tarantino’s highest-grossing film.

Django Unchained

Still changing the historical scenario, Quentin Tarantino featured Jamie Foxx in the lead of Django Unchained, a slave who wins his freedom and that of his wife with the help of a German bounty hunter. Django Unchained won Tarantino and Academy Award, Golden Globe, and BAFTA awards.

The Hateful Eight

Tarantino followed up Django Unchained with The Hateful Eight, a revisionist Western that stars one of Tarantino’s favorite go-to actors, Samuel L. Jackson. It grossed $156 million.

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Tarantino took on the Manson family murders story. The film featured several pop culture references, including a portrayal of Bruce Lee, which received criticism.

Book Deal

Tarantino has said he wants to quit making movies by age 60 and focus on writing. He signed a HarperCollins two-book deal in 2020 and released a novelization of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

What is Quentin Tarantino’s Net Worth?

Tarantino’s career stretches over 30 years, meaning Quentin Tarantino’s net worth has grown substantially since his early films.

He usually gets an advance of $20 million when he signs on to a project and receives as much as $40 million for the profits from his films.

It is estimated that Quentin Tarantino’s movies have grossed over $650 million. Even if he quits making films, Quentin Tarantino’s net worth can only grow as he expands his career to writing and other areas.

Who is Quentin Tarantino?

Quentin Tarantino was raised primarily by his mother, Connie, as his father left before his birth. However, he doesn’t share his Quentin Tarantino net worth with his mother, saying she didn’t support his career ambitions early on.

Quentin Tarantino’s Personal Life

Quentin Tarantino married Daniella Pick, an Israeli singer, in 2018. Their son, Leo, was born in 2020, and they welcomed a second child in 2022.

Fun Facts About Quentin Tarantino

  • Tarantino has a $3 million home in the Hollywood Hills.
  • Quentin Tarantino owns the historic movie theater, New Beverly Cinema.
  • Tarantino has won two Academy Awards.
  • Empire magazine has said Reservoir Dogs is the greatest independent film.

Quentin Tarantino FAQs

What is Quentin Tarantino Net Worth?

Quentin Tarantino net worth is currently $25 million USD.

How much money does Quentin Tarantino earn?

Quentin Tarantino earns $16 million per year from various sources.

How tall is Quentin Tarantino?

Quentin Tarantino is 6 ft 1 in (1.86 m)

How old is Quentin Tarantino?

Quentin Tarantino is currently 59 years old.

When is Quentin Tarantino birthday?

Quentin Tarantino birthday is on 27th March.