Emilio Estevez is an American Actor. Emilio Estevez Net Worth according to the 2022 updates is around $18 Million. Explore more about Emilio Estevez’s earning, income, salary, career and other details. His yearly income 1.8 million and monthly income 0.15 million.
Emilio Estevez Full name Emilio Estevez. His nick Name was Emilio Estevez. Emilio Estevez now 60 Years old .
Emilio Estevez Father Martin Sheen and His Mother Janet Sheen.
Emilio Estevez Spouse was Carey Sally, Paula Abdul. He has two kids.
He was born in 12 May 1962 in Bronx, New York, United state of America.
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Estevez’s stage debut was in a production of “Mister Roberts” in Jupiter, Florida, alongside his father. Then, in 1982, he starred in the ABC-TV film “In the Custody of Strangers”. As a young actor in the 1980s, Estevez rose to fame as a leading member of the Brat Pack, a group of actors including Rob Lowe, Anthony Michael hall, Demi Moore, Judd Nelson, Andrew McCarthy, Molly Ringwald, and Ally Sheedy, among others. During this period, Estevez starred in Brat Pack films like “The Outsiders” (1983), “The Breakfast Club” (1985), and “St. Elmo’s Fire” (1985). Other non-Brat Pack films he also starred in during this time include “Tex” (1982), “Nightmares” (1983), “Repo Man” (1984), “That Was Then, This Is Now” (1985), “Maximum Overdrive” (1986), “Stakeout” (1987), and the two westerns “Young Guns” (1988) and “Young Guns II” (1990)
In addition to acting, Estevez has enjoyed a very successful career as a movie director. He made his directorial debut in 1986, with the movie “Wisdom”. He actually also wrote and starred in it, which made him the youngest person at the time to write, direct, and star in a major motion picture all at once. Other films he has worked on as a director include “Bobby” (2006), “The Way” (2011), and “The Public” (2018). Projects such as “The Way” were produced under his production company, Estevez Sheen Productions, with is affiliated with Warner Bros. In particular, “Bobby” was a challenging project for him because it took him over six years to write, and he also almost went bankrupt because domestic box office sales in the US were so low they did not cover all of the film’s production costs. Despite these challenges though, for his work on “Bobby” he won a Hollywood Film Award, increased his fanbase in Europe, and also received a standing ovation at the Venice Festival. In addition to directing movies, he has also directed episodes for shows like “Cold Case”, “Close to Home”, “The Guardian”, “CSI: NY”, and “Numb3rs”.