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American actress
Film Producer
$200 Million
Net worth 2018
$150 Million
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
T V & Movie Producers
New York City, New York, U.S.
Residence
Flushing, New York City
United States
Country
United States
21/12/1937
BirthDay
19/03/1952
1.73 m
Height
1.83 m
Education
University at Buffalo
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2010

She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010 and has since recovered

2005

She came out of her retirement in 2005 to star in the romantic comedy ‘Monster-in-Law’

2000

Over the 2000s she continued to appear in other movies such as ‘The Georgia Rule’ (2007), ‘Peace, Love, and Misunderstanding’ (2011), and ‘The Butler’ (2013)

1991

Her third marriage to the cable television tycoon and CNN founder Ted Turner in 1991 also ended in divorce in 2001

1990

By 1990, she had decided that she wanted to retire from acting

1981

Her dream came true when the father-daughter duo was cast together in ‘On Golden Pond’ in 1981 which won her father his only Academy award

1980

She continued appearing in feature films all through the 1980s though not as frequently

1971

She played the prostitute Bree Daniels in the dramatic film ‘Klute’ in 1971

1970

After a series of not-so-memorable films in the mid 1970s, she appeared in the drama film ‘Coming Home’ in 1978

1969

In 1969, she portrayed Gloria Beatty in ‘They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?’—a drama film directed by Sydney Pollack

1965

Her first marriage was to Roger Vadim in 1965 which ended in divorce

1962

She got her first Golden Globe Award nomination for the Best Actress for the movie ‘Period of Adjustment’ (1962) and another one for ‘Cat Ballou’ (1965)

1960

She was very prolific during the early 1960s doing several movies in a year

1950

She was active on the stage during the 1950s which formed the foundation for her Hollywood career

20

Her father a very famous actor and was counted amongst the best actors of the 20th century

2008

Harvey Weinstein had previously supported Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign and hosted an election fundraiser for President Obama in 2012

2007

In 2007, he married English fashion designer and actress Georgina Chapman with whom he has a daughter named India Pearl and a son named Dashiell

2005

The Weinstein brothers left Miramax in September 2005 and founded the production company, 'The Weinstein Company', along with many media personalities connected to Miramax, like directors Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez, and Colin Vaines

2000

In 2000, he received an honorary SUNY Doctorate of Humane Letters at a ceremony in Buffalo

1997

While ‘Pulp Fiction’ had managed to earn an 'Academy Award for Best Picture' nomination, the company won its first Oscar in 1997 for the film ‘The English Patient’

1994

In 1994, he executive produced the Quentin Tarantino-directed blockbuster ‘Pulp Fiction’ and also distributed the popular independent film ‘Clerks’

1993

Following the success of the 1993 film ‘The Crying Game’, the Walt Disney Company offered the Weinsteins an $80 million deal for ownership of Miramax

1989

In 1989, the company released Steven Soderbergh's drama film ‘Sex, Lies, and Videotape’, which was a huge hit and raised Miramax to the status of the most successful independent studio in America

1988

Miramax gained nationwide publicity following the success of Errol Morris’s 1988 documentary, ‘The Thin Blue Line’, which resulted in the release of Randall Dale Adams, a man wrongly convicted of murder and sentenced to death

1987

Harvey Weinstein's first marriage was to his assistant, Eve Chilton, in 1987, following which the couple had three children: Remy, Emma and Ruth

1982

The film, released as ‘The Secret Policeman's Other Ball’ in May 1982, became their first commercially successful venture and raised a large amount of funds for Amnesty International

1980

In the early 1980s, the company bought the rights to two British films made for the human rights organization, Amnesty International, and merged those into one movie adapted for the American audience

1973

He attended John Bowne High School in Flushing, and then enrolled into the State University of New York at Buffalo from where he graduated in 1973

1970

In the later 1970s, the two brothers used the profits from their concert promotion business to establish the small independent film distribution company Miramax, which was named after their parents, Miriam and Max

1952

Harvey Weinstein was born on March 19, 1952, in Flushing, Queens, New York into a Jewish family