Gary Ross Net Worth


Gary Ross, a famous American film director, writer, and author, has a net worth of $10 million. With numerous successful projects under his belt, including writing and producing the iconic movie Big in 1988, Ross has cemented his position in the entertainment industry.

Key facts:

  • Gary Ross wrote and produced the movie "Big" in 1988.
  • Ross has written for various movies such as "Mr. Baseball" in 1992, "Dave" in 1993, and "Lassie" in 1994.
  • He wrote, directed, and produced the movies "Pleasantville" in 1998 and "Seabiscuit" in 2003.
  • Ross wrote and produced the movie "The Tale of Despereaux" in 2008 and wrote and directed "The Hunger Games" in 2012.
  • In 2016, he wrote, directed, and produced the movie "Free State of Jones".
  • Ross received the Paul Selvin Honorary Award from the Writers Guild of America in 1994.
  • He has been nominated for four Academy Awards.

Basic Information About Gary Ross

CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Directors
ProfessionsScreenwriter, Film Director, Actor, Film Producer, Writer
Net worth$10,000,000
Date of birth1956-11-03 (67 years old)
Place of birthLos Angeles
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseAllison Thomas - (? - 2016)Β (seperated)Β (2 children)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ IMDb

What Movie Awards did Gary Ross win?


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Gary Ross awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
BAFTA Children's Award - Best Feature FilmWinnerThe Hunger Games2012
Bram Stoker Award - ScreenplayNomineeThe Hunger Games2012
Hugo - Best Dramatic Presentation - Long FormNomineeThe Hunger Games2013
Rondo Statuette - Best FilmNomineeThe Hunger Games2012
Bradbury Award - NomineeThe Hunger Games2013
USC Scripter Award - WinnerMystic River2004
Hugo - Best Dramatic PresentationNomineeBig1989
WGA Award (Screen) - Best Screenplay Written Directly for the ScreenNomineeBig1989
Hugo - Best Dramatic PresentationNomineePleasantville1999
Nova Award - Most Promising Producer in Theatrical Motion PicturesWinnerPleasantville1999
Oscar - Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the ScreenNomineeDave1994
WGA Award (Screen) - Best Screenplay Written Directly for the ScreenNomineeDave1994
Oscar - Best PictureNomineeSeabiscuit2004
DGA Award - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion PicturesNomineeSeabiscuit2004
Hochi Film Award - Best Foreign Language FilmWinnerSeabiscuit2004
Humanitas Prize - Feature Film CategoryNomineeSeabiscuit2004
PGA Award - Outstanding Producer of Theatrical Motion PicturesNomineeSeabiscuit2004
USC Scripter Award - WinnerSeabiscuit2004
WGA Award (Screen) - Best Adapted ScreenplayNomineeSeabiscuit2004

Gary Ross roles

Movie / Series Role
The Hunger GamesDirector
The Hunger GamesWriter
Ocean's EightDirector
Ocean's EightWriter
Ocean's EightWriter
Free State of JonesDirector
Free State of JonesWriter
Free State of JonesWriter
DavePoliceman #2
SeabiscuitPimlico Track Announcer
The Tale of DespereauxWriter
The HitchhikerWriter
Made in HollywoodSelf 2 episodes, 2012-2018
Access HollywoodSelf 1 episode, 2016

Gary Ross's Quotes

  • Family entertainment is really very necessary in our culture. Look how profitable they are. It's almost not discretionary. You need to take your family to the movies.
  • [on minimizing the use of special effects in directing The Hunger Games (2012)] We would be doing exactly what the Capitol is doing if we used 3D. We'd be exploiting what the book condemns: a mediacentric society where entertainment in that culture devolves into spectacle, and that spectacle evolves into political control.

Interesting Facts about Gary Ross

  1. Son of Arthur A. Ross
  2. Has completed writing the script "Sea Biscuit", which he will soon produce and direct. Has completed another script "Dog Years", which is currently on hold. [August 2002]
  3. Father of twins: a daughter named Claudia, and a son named Jack.

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