Morgan Freeman Net Worth 2020: How Much Is Morgan Freeman Worth Now?

Morgan Freeman has one of the most recognizable voices in the entertainment industry, and he has found success on the silver screen winning an Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, Screen Actors Guild Award, and several Oscar nominations.
Freeman has appeared in films like Million Dollar Baby (2004), Street Smart (1987), Driving Miss Daisy (1989), The Shawshank Redemption (1994) and Invictus (2009). Freeman has been nominated five times for the Academy Awards and the Golden Globe Awards, winning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for Million Dollar Baby and the Golden Globe for Best Actor thanks to his performance in Driving Miss Daisy. Freeman also won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Million Dollar Baby.

Morgan Freeman’s Net Worth 2019: $200 Million

As you would expect, Freeman is worth a boatload of money.
The actor, who is ranked as the fourth-highest box office star with over $4.316 billion total box office gross which averages $74.4 million per film, has a net worth of around $200 million, according to several online reports.

Early Years
Morgan Freeman was born on June 1, 1937, in Memphis, Tennessee. Freeman grew up with his paternal grandmother in Charleston, Mississippi, before bouncing around the country during his childhood and eventually finding himself in Chicago, Illinois. The future star began acting at age 9 and won a state drama competition at age 12. After high school, Freeman turned down a scholarship offer from Jackson State University to pursue a career as an automatic tracking radar repairman in the United States Air Force. Freeman eventually rose to the rank of Airman 1st Class.

Acting Career
After serving in the military, Freeman began taking acting lessons at Pasadena Playhouse and dance lessons in San Francisco. He worked as a dancer at the 1964 World’s Fair in New York City, while also being a member of the Opera Ring musical theater group in San Francisco. He began serving in small roles and appeared in off-broadway productions, before debuting on Broadway in an all-black version of Hello, Dolly! in 1968. He continued to work in theater before making a name for himself on the silver screen.
Freeman began seeing bigger roles in films like Driving Miss Daisy, Glory, and The Shawshank Redemption in the mid-1980s. He went on to act in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Unforgiven, Seven, and Deep Impact. Freeman was nominated for leading actor for Driving Miss Daisy and The Shawshank Redemption, before winning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in Million Dollar Baby. Freeman also narrated the Academy Award-winning documentary March of the Penguins.
In more recent years, Freeman has found roles in films like Bruce Almighty, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, The Dark Knight Rises, The Bucket List, The Maiden Heis, Long Walk to Freedom, Invictus, Red, Lucy, and more.

Sexual Assault Allegations
On Thursday, May 24, 2018, Freeman was accused of inappropriate behavior and harassment by a total of 18 women. CNN reported the news, detailing accounts that allegedly occurred while promoting his movies and at his production company Revelations Entertainment.
From the report:

Of those 16, seven people described an environment at Revelations Entertainment that included allegations of harassment or inappropriate behavior by Freeman there, with one incident allegedly witnessed by Lori McCreary, Freeman’s co-founder in the enterprise, and another in which she was the target of demeaning comments by Freeman in a public setting. One of those seven people alleged that McCreary made a discriminatory remark regarding a female candidate for a job at the Producers Guild of America, where McCreary is co-president. Four people who worked in production capacities on movie sets with Freeman over the last ten years described him as repeatedly behaving in ways that made women feel uncomfortable at work. Two, including the production assistant on “Going in Style” whose skirt he allegedly attempted to lift, said Freeman subjected them to unwanted touching. Three said he made public comments about women’s clothing or bodies. But each of them said they didn’t report Freeman’s behavior, with most saying it was because they feared for their jobs. Instead, some of the women — both on movie sets and at Revelations — said, they came up with ways to combat the alleged harassment on their own, such as by changing the way they dressed when they knew he would be around.
CNN reached out to dozens more people who worked for or with Freeman. Some praised Freeman, saying they never witnessed any questionable behavior or that he was a consummate professional on set and in the office.


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