Ben Affleck - Famous Television Producer

Ben Affleck Net Worth


Ben Affleck’s net worth is estimated to be $150 million. He is a famous American actor, screenwriter, producer, and director. His career peaks saw him earning $15-20 million per movie with back-end bonuses in addition to earning hundreds of millions from acting salaries alone.

Key facts:

  • Ben Affleck is an accomplished American actor, screenwriter, producer, and director known for his incredible performances on-screen as well as behind the camera
  • He co-wrote the screenplay of the critically acclaimed movie 'Good Will Hunting' with Matt Damon which earned them both an Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay
  • Affleck directed and starred in the movie 'Argo' and won a Best Picture Academy Award for it, cementing his place as one of the most talented filmmakers in Hollywood
  • Affleck has been extremely successful in terms of earnings and he has earned hundreds of millions of dollars in acting salaries alone, thanks to his excellent performances on screen
  • Affleck has shown immense generosity by donating large sums to several charitable causes, which includes his contribution to the Eastern Congo Initiative

Basic Information About Ben Affleck

Full NameBenjamin Affleck
CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
ProfessionsActor, Film director, Screenwriter, Film Producer, Television producer, Professional Poker Player, Businessperson
Net worth$150,000,000
Date of birth1972-08-15 (51 years old)
Place of birthBerkeley
NationalityUnited States of America
EducationCambridge Rindge and Latin School
Curiosities and TrademarksFrequently plays arrogant and ruthless characters
Opens his films with narration or title cards
Often works with brother Casey Affleck and friend Matt Damon
His films often feature corrupt but well-meaning law enforcement figures
His films often focus on characters caught in situations out of their depth
Frequently sets his films in his hometown of Boston
Often casts Titus Welliver and Victor Garber
Square jaw
Frequently cast by Kevin Smith
FatherTimothy Byers Affleck
MotherChristopher Anne
Siblingsone (brother: Casey Affleck)
SpouseJennifer Garner - (29 JuneΒ 2005 - 4 OctoberΒ 2018)Β (divorced)Β (3 children)
Height6 ft 3 in (1.92 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ Instagram β†—οΈŽ Twitter β†—οΈŽ Facebook β†—οΈŽ Imdb

What Movie Awards did Ben Affleck win?


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Ben Affleck awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
Blimp Award - Favorite Movie ActorNomineeJustice League2018
Razzie Award - Worst Actor of the DecadeNomineePearl Harbor2010
Yoga Award - Worst Foreign ActorWinnerPearl Harbor2002
NFCS Award - Best DirectorWinnerZero Dark Thirty2012
AFCA Award - Best First FilmWinnerGone Baby Gone2007
CFCA Award - Most Promising FilmmakerWinnerGone Baby Gone2007
Film and Literature Award - NomineeGone Baby Gone2007
Hollywood Breakthrough Award - Breakthrough DirectingWinnerGone Baby Gone2007
ICP Award - Best First FeatureNomineeGone Baby Gone2007
National Film Award - Best ActorNomineeGone Girl2015
Oscar - Best Motion Picture of the YearWinnerArgo2013
BAFTA Film Award - Best FilmWinnerArgo2013
Actor - Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion PictureWinnerArgo2013
AAFCA Award - Best DirectorWinnerArgo2012
Amanda - Best Foreign Feature Film (Γ…rets utenlandske kinofilm)NomineeArgo2013
Audience Award - Audience Special Recognition - FeatureWinnerArgo2012
ACCA - Best DirectorWinnerArgo2012
Cinema Brazil Grand Prize - Best Foreign-Language Film (Melhor Filme Estrangeiro)NomineeArgo2013
CEC Award - Best Foreign Film (Mejor PelΓ­cula Extranjera)WinnerArgo2013
CΓ©sar - Best Foreign Film (Meilleur film Γ©tranger)WinnerArgo2013
Robert - Best American Film (Γ…rets amerikanske film)WinnerArgo2013
David - Best Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero)NomineeArgo2013
DGA Award - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion PicturesWinnerArgo2013
DFCC - Best DirectorNomineeArgo2012
Golden Schmoes - Best Director of the YearWinnerArgo2012
Hollywood Film Award - Ensemble of the YearWinnerArgo2012
HFCS Award - Best PictureWinnerArgo2013
IFCS Award - Best DirectorWinnerArgo2012
Kinema Junpo Award - Best Foreign Language FilmNomineeArgo2012
MTV Movie Award - Best Male PerformanceNomineeArgo2013
NYFCC Award - Best DirectorNomineeArgo2012
OFTA Film Award - Best PictureWinnerArgo2013
Ensemble Cast Award - WinnerArgo2013
PGA Award - Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion PicturesWinnerArgo2013
People's Choice Award - NomineeArgo2012
VVFP Award - Best DirectorNomineeArgo2012
American Comedy Award - Funniest Supporting Actor in a Motion PictureNomineeShakespeare in Love1999
Teen Choice Award - Film - Choice ActorNomineeArmageddon1999
Jupiter Award - Best International ActorNomineeThe Accountant2017
Yoga Award - Worst Foreign ActorWinnerThe Accountant2017
BSFC Award - Best ScreenplayNomineeGood Will Hunting1997
Critics Choice Award - Best Screenplay, OriginalWinnerGood Will Hunting1998
Chlotrudis Award - Best ScreenplayNomineeGood Will Hunting1998
FFCC Award - Newcomer of the YearWinnerGood Will Hunting1998
Golden Globe - Best Screenplay - Motion PictureWinnerGood Will Hunting1998
Humanitas Prize - Feature Film CategoryWinnerGood Will Hunting1998
OFTA Film Award - Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the ScreenWinnerGood Will Hunting1998
OFCS Award - Best ScreenplayNomineeGood Will Hunting1998
Golden Satellite Award - Best Screenplay, OriginalWinnerGood Will Hunting1998
WGA Award (Screen) - Best Screenplay Written Directly for the ScreenNomineeGood Will Hunting1998

Ben Affleck roles

Movie / Series Role
Zack Snyder's Justice LeagueBatman / Bruce Wayne
Justice LeagueBatman / Bruce Wayne
Dazed and ConfusedO'Bannion
Suicide SquadBruce Wayne / Batman (uncredited)
Pearl HarborRafe McCawley
State of PlayStephen Collins
Gone Baby GoneDirector
Gone Baby GoneWriter
The Sum of All FearsJack Ryan
Batman v Superman: Dawn of JusticeBruce Wayne / Batman
Jay and Silent Bob RebootHolden McNeil
Chasing AmyHolden McNeil
He's Just Not That Into YouNeil
To the WonderNeil
Smokin' AcesJack Dupree
Gone GirlNick Dunne
Field of DreamsBaseball Fan at Fenway Park (uncredited)
The Last DuelWriter
The Last DuelKing Charles VI
ArgoTony Mendez
Shakespeare in LoveNed Alleyn
The AccountantChristian Wolff
Good Will HuntingWriter
Good Will HuntingChuckie
ArmageddonA.J. Frost
Live by NightDirector
Live by NightWriter
Live by NightJoe Coughlin
The TownDirector
The TownWriter
The TownDoug MacRay
The Way BackJack
Triple FrontierTom 'Redfly' Davis
DaredevilMatt Murdock / Daredevil
Buffy the Vampire SlayerBasketball Player #10 (uncredited)
The Last Thing He WantedTreat Morrison
Jay and Silent Bob Strike BackHolden McNeil / Ben Affleck
Clerks IIGawking Guy
School TiesChesty Smith
Jersey GirlOllie Trinke
Runner RunnerIvan Block
Boiler RoomJim Young
HollywoodlandGeorge Reeves
Changing LanesGavin Banek
The Company MenBobby Walker

Ben Affleck's Movie/Shows Salary

Movie / Series Salary
Field of DreamsΒ (1989)$30
DaddyΒ (1991)$20,000
School TiesΒ (1992)$30,000
Chasing AmyΒ (1997)$7,000
Good Will HuntingΒ (1997)$300,000 (split $600,000 script sale with Matt Damon)
ArmageddonΒ (1998)$600,000
Reindeer GamesΒ (2000)$6,000,000
BounceΒ (2000)$12,500,000
Pearl HarborΒ (2001)$10,000,000 ($250,000 salary + 7% backend participation)
Changing LanesΒ (2002)$10,000,000
The Sum of All FearsΒ (2002)$10,000,000
DaredevilΒ (2003)$11,500,000 + gross participations
GigliΒ (2003)$12,500,000
PaycheckΒ (2003)$15,000,000
Jersey GirlΒ (2004)$10,000,000
HollywoodlandΒ (2006)$2,800,000
Triple FrontierΒ (2019)$8,000,000

Ben Affleck's Quotes

  • [on the celebrity women the tabloids falsely link him to] Sometimes it's Britney Spears, and sometimes it's Carrie Fisher. I can't tell if I have a Lolita complex or an Oedipus complex.
  • I feel like fame is wasted on me.
  • [on tabloid coverage of his life] It feels like being in a soap opera that you were unwittingly cast in and you have no choice about it. I get to watch my life like everyone else and think. "I can't believe they did that". And, for whatever reason, you become less special for movie audiences. It cheapens the brand if you want to look at it in a really crass sense. But I figure it has to go away at some point. Eventually someone will come along and have a sex tape or someone will play grab-ass with some kids and I'll be off page one.
  • [answering a Chris Matthews question about why Hollywood actors sometimes presume to be sophisticated about politics] Everyone's entitled to express their political beliefs. I don't presume to tell anybody who to vote for. I am comfortable telling people what my opinions are. But you have to look also to the media, where you have a vast majority of the loudest and most influential political voices in America media from people who came from the entertainment world. You have Rush Limbaugh, was a radio disc jockey. Bill O'Reilly came from Inside Edition (1988). Michael Moore's a filmmaker. Al Franken was on Saturday Night Live (1975). The line is increasingly blurred between news and entertainment. Secondarily, the media's also shoving celebrities down our throats all the time. As a person, I'm much more interested in what an actor has to say about something substantial and important than who they're dating or what clothes they're wearing or some other asinine, insignificant aspect of their life.
  • [when asked by Chris Matthews what he thought about Whoopi Goldberg's remarks at a John Kerry fund raiser that resulted in her being fired as a spokesman for SlimFast] I wasn't there. I went to the Los Angeles fund raiser. I wasn't in the one in New York. I think when you have somebody -- you know, if you did a rock concert that was a benefit and The Who played their music or The Rolling Stones, you'd expect to get, you know, "Satisfaction" or "My Generation." When you hire Whoopi Goldberg, you're going to get her brand of humor. And I think there is a fine line, and you have to be a little bit mindful. And I, for one, am not going to do any scatological jokes or puns about the president's last name on your show, mostly for that reason. But I also think I expect a different code of behavior maybe from comedians who have made a career with a certain kind of comedy than I do from, oh, say, the Vice President of the United States [referring to Vice President [Dick Cheney, who told Vermont Sen. Patrick Leahy to "Go fuck yourself" on the floor of the Senate], who used this vulgar language, you know, to a senator and was sort of unapologetic about it. So I think the Republicans hitting her [Whoopi] too hard for that is a little bit hypocritical.

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Interesting Facts about Ben Affleck

  1. Fined $135 for driving in Massachusetts with a suspended license. [1999]
  2. Older brother of actor Casey Affleck.
  3. Friend of and frequent collaborator with actor Matt Damon.
  4. Owns vintage Ms. Pac-Man and Millipede video-arcade games.
  5. He was accidently knocked unconscious by football player Dana Stubblefield during the filming of Reindeer Games (2000). Stubblefield slipped, and Affleck was knocked down. He was taken to the hospital, but fully recovered.
  6. When he was little, he asked his mom for a dog, and she tested him by making him walk an imaginary dog for a week. Ben only lasted for 5 days and didn't get the dog.
  7. Graduated from Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School in 1990.
  8. Dropped out of the University of Vermont after 1 semester, where he studied Spanish.
  9. Dropped out of Occidental College after 1 year, where he had studied Middle Eastern studies.
  10. He and Matt Damon sold their Good Will Hunting (1997) script for $600,000.
  11. Owns 5 motorcycles.
  12. Chosen as one of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People in the World [2000]
  13. Chosen as one of People Magazine's Most Beautiful People in the World [1999]
  14. Auditioned for Corey Haim's part in License to Drive (1988).
  15. Was an extra with friend Matt Damon in Field of Dreams (1989).
  16. Charlie Sheen drove him to Promises Rehabilitation Center in August, 2001
  17. Ranked #77 in Premiere's 2002 annual Power 100 List.
  18. Is known for being a very good impressionist. He usually picks one of his costars while filming a movie and studies them. He displays his impressions on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) almost every time he is a guest. While filming The Sum of All Fears (2002), he chose to study co-star Morgan Freeman. When he showed Morgan his impression on set, it was so accurate Freeman told him, "You ever do that again, I'll kill you".
  19. Engaged to Jennifer Lopez from November 10, 2002 to January 22, 2004.
  20. His ancestry is mostly English, Irish, German, Scottish, and Scots-Irish/Northern Irish, and distant/remote Swiss-German, Swedish, French, and Welsh. His maternal great-grandfather, Joseph Raymond Boldt, was born in Rhode Island, to German immigrants, and his maternal great-grandmother, Anne Rita Lenihan, was Irish, born in County Down.

Additional information of Ben Affleck

Lucky Number6
Lucky StoneRuby
Lucky ColorGold
Best Match for MarriageSagittarius, Gemini, Aries
Break UpGwyneth Paltrow
DivorceLindsay Shookus
Eye ColorHazel
Hair ColorDark Brown
Body Size44-36-17

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