Rob Zombie - Famous Film Director

Rob Zombie Net Worth


Rob Zombie is a musician, film director, screenwriter, and film producer who has a net worth of $50 million. Famous for his unique fusion of heavy metal and industrial music, Zombie gained prominence as the founding member and lead vocalist of the band White Zombie in the mid-198s. His multi-platinum albums and successful solo career, along with his directed cult classic horror films, contribute to his impressive net worth.

Key facts:

  • Rob Zombie is a musician, film director, screenwriter, and film producer.
  • He gained prominence as the founding member and lead vocalist of the band White Zombie.
  • Zombie's music is characterized by its use of horror film and pop culture references.
  • He has directed several horror films, including House of 100 Corpses and Halloween.
  • Zombie's creativity and unique style have earned him a devoted fan base.

Basic Information About Rob Zombie

CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Rock Stars
ProfessionsMusician, Film director, Screenwriter, Composer, Film Producer, Actor, Songwriter, Music Producer, Singer, Programmer
Net worth$50,000,000
Date of birth1965-01-12 (59 years old)
Place of birthHaverhill
NationalityUnited States of America
Curiosities and TrademarksDreadlocks
More often than not sports a beard
Often casts Sid Haig, Sheri Moon Zombie, Bill Moseley and Tom Towles in his films.
Uses clips of old horror movies in his music videos and films
Directs all his own music videos
Directs remakes of horror films
Graphic depiction of violence
Heavily tattooed arms
Often has a character wear face paint
Often has his films take place on Halloween.
Often makes references to 1970s culture
Frequently casts cult horror actors
Gruff vocals and dark lyrics
SpouseSheri Moon Zombie - (31 OctoberΒ 2002 - present)
Height5 ft 9 in (1.778 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ IMDb

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What Movie Awards did Rob Zombie win?


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Rob Zombie awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
Rondo Statuette - Best MovieWinnerHalloween2007
Best Film - NomineeHalloween2007
Rondo Statuette - Best Genre FilmNomineeHouse of 1000 Corpses2003
Chainsaw Award - Killer Movie (Scariest Film)WinnerThe Devil's Rejects2006
Rondo Statuette - Best FilmNomineeThe Devil's Rejects2005
Audience Award - Midnight FilmsNomineeThe Lords of Salem2013

Rob Zombie roles

Movie / Series Role
Guardians of the GalaxyRavager Navigator (voice)
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2Unseen Ravager (voice)
SlitherDr. Karl (voice)
House of 1000 CorpsesDirector
House of 1000 CorpsesWriter
House of 1000 CorpsesDr. Wolfenstein's assistant (uncredited)
The Devil's RejectsDirector
The Devil's RejectsWriter
The Devil's RejectsWriter
SuperGod (voice)
3 from HellDirector
3 from HellWriter
3 from HellWriter
Halloween IIDirector
Halloween IIWriter
AirheadsRob Zombie - White Zombie Vocalist (as Robert Cummings)
The Lords of SalemDirector
The Lords of SalemWriter
CSI: MiamiDirector
Space Ghost Coast to CoastRob Zombie 1 episode, 1997
WWE Monday Night RAWSelf 2 episodes, 2001-2010
Spider-ManDr. Curt Connors / ... 1 episode, 2003
Mr. PicklesVegan Leader 1 episode, 2016
Justice LeagueIchthultu 1 episode, 2003
The Tonight Show with Jay LenoSelf 1 episode, 2006
Counting CarsSelf 1 episode, 2013
Late Night with Conan O'BrienSelf 1 episode, 2005
Late Night with Jimmy FallonSelf 1 episode, 2009

Rob Zombie's Quotes

  • [on directing and working for film studios] They hire you and suddenly they don't trust you. And you say, "Well, why did you hire me?" and they say, "We can't tell you."
  • [SPOILER: commenting on killing off the lead characters in The Devil's Rejects (2005)] That was always the ending and every actor had a complaint about that. I wanted to do it because it seems like nobody makes a movie anymore without a sequel set up. Lions Gate was like "The franchise... It's gone." But you know, that's the problem. I feel like there's never a definitive ending anymore. Every movie ends with the possibility of another one and it drives me crazy. I feel like, "Why did I just invest two hours? It didn't even end." [Zombie later made 3 from Hell (2019), a sequel that brings the three lead characters back from the "dead"...]
  • I'd just be obsessed with a movie. I'd need more. So we'd make Super-8s at home. It's funny I should remake Halloween (1978), because one of the movies I made as a kid in high school was a sequel to [John Carpenter's] Escape from New York (1981). Later, you know, I moved to New York to go to school, got kicked out, and worked as a bike messenger and on Pee-wee's Playhouse (1986), and then started a band. Making movies seemed like, "How do you do that? I don't even have money to eat. I'm not gonna make movies." It's great now for kids, make some goofy movie, stick it on YouTube, and you're a hero. Back then, it was like: "Man, I can't wait till I can save enough money to develop the film."
  • I think so much about everything. I'm obsessive.
  • [on rushing Halloween II (2009) into production] That's the problem making a movie called Halloween: If you come out Nov. 1 or after, nobody cares. If it was called anything else, I'd be fine.

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Interesting Facts about Rob Zombie

  1. His brother, Spider One, is lead singer of the metal band Powerman 5000.
  2. Had originally written the screenplay for The Crow: Salvation (2000), and was also supposed to direct and supervise the music for the movie. Continual clashes with the producers led to his being fired from the film. The screenplay he had written is now the screenplay for Legend of the 13 Graves.
  3. Owns the "Zombie-A-Go-Go" record label.
  4. Once managed his brother's band Powerman 5000.
  5. His wife, Sheri Moon Zombie, is on the cover of his album "American Made Music to Strip By" (1999).
  6. Designed a maze for Universal Studios' "Halloween Horror Nights" (1999 and 2000).
  7. Drew the hallucination scene in Beavis and Butt-Head Do America (1996).
  8. Draws most of the illustrations on White Zombie's and his solo CD booklets.
  9. Universal Pictures dropped his film debut House of 1000 Corpses (2003), fearing it would get an NC-17 rating.
  10. One of his favorite horror movies is Black Christmas (1974). He considers the film to be underrated as he first watched it around the holiday season and remembers being terrified of it.
  11. His film House of 1000 Corpses (2003) was inspired mainly by The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974).
  12. Has a pair of boots that he has been wearing for over 20 years.
  13. Is a huge fan of horror movies. Zombies are one of his favorite sub-genres of horror.
  14. Is friends with heavy metal legend Ozzy Osbourne.
  15. Has a fascination with Charles Manson.
  16. Collector of classic movie posters including horror films and The Marx Brothers comedies, after whom he named several of the characters in House of 1000 Corpses (2003) (A Night at the Opera (1935)'s Otis Driftwood, De dictator (1933)'s Rufus Firefly, Animal Crackers (1930)'s Captain Spaulding, etc.).
  17. Is close friends with his hero Alice Cooper.
  18. Named his first heavy metal band White Zombie, after the Bela Lugosi film White Zombie (1932).
  19. Wants to open up his own night club for unsigned acts.
  20. Member of the unofficial "Splat Pack", a term coined by film historian Alan Jones in Total Film magazine for the modern wave of directors making brutally violent horror movies. The other "Splat Pack" members are Alexandre Aja, Darren Lynn Bousman, Neil Marshall, Greg McLean, Eli Roth, James Wan and Leigh Whannell.

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