Quentin Jerome Tarantino is a 57-year old film director, scriptwriter, and producer. He was born on March 27th, 1963 in Knoxville, Tennessee. Today, Tarantino is celebrated as a director who likes to explore films with nonlinear storylines and remarkable levels of violence.
Quentin has created his own movie universe that consists of instant classics such as Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, and Kill Bill. His popular films have not gone without merit as Tarantino has been the recipient of numerous awards.
These include three separate Golden Globe Awards for Best Screenplay in 1995, 2013, and 2020. Read about his net worth right here.
Net worth and source of income.
Quentin has written and directed several box office hits. At the top of that list is Django Unchained, which reportedly raked in $450 million at the box office. It is not his only successful venture as Inglorious Basterds raked in $321.5 million at the worldwide box office.
Most sources report that Tarantino receives an average of $20 million for every film he is brought on to direct. He is also compensated for the screenplay as he mostly writes his own script. Other than this, Quentin also earns a percentage of his film’s profits.
As things stand, Quentin Tarantino’s net worth stands at $120 million.
House, cars, property, and lifestyle.
Sources say that Quentin Tarantino has several different properties, echoing his vast wealth. One such estate is a house in Los Angeles California. The mansion has two stories and its very own outdoor pool. He bought the estate from Richard Marx back in 1996.
Other than this, the Reservoir Dogs director also owns a vast property in the Evergreen Plantation Estate. Tarantino and cars go hand in hand, especially when he is acquiring them for his films. Some of his greatest finds include a 1966 Cadillac Coupe de Ville, which appeared in the film ‘Once Upon a Time.’
Tarantino’s first box office success story came with 1992’s Reservoir Dogs. However, what most fans won’t know is that he started writing scripts when he was just 12 years old. A year on, and Quentin followed up with another successful film, ‘Pulp Fiction.’
Like its predecessor, Pulp Fiction went on to achieve both commercial and critical success. From then on, he went on to direct eight more films. Such was his popularity that by 2005, Tarantino had been included in the list of the most influential figures in the world.