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May 7, 2022

 

250 Million Dollars

Morgan Freeman, an American actor, film director, and narrator with a net worth of $250 million, is a multitalented individual who has worked in a variety of fields. He has been one of the most famous and in-demand actors in the world for over 20 years. Morgan’s current net worth would be significantly higher if he had not been required to pay his ex-wife between $100 and $200 million in a divorce settlement in 2010.

Early Years: Morgan Freeman was born on June 1, 1937 in Memphis, Tennessee, to Mayme Edna and Morgan Porterfield Freeman. He is the youngest of his five siblings. Morgan stayed with his maternal grandmother in Charleston, Mississippi, while his parents relocated to Chicago for employment shortly after his birth. At the age of six, his grandmother passed away, and he moved to Chicago to be with his mother, who had by then separated from his father. They ultimately returned to Tennessee.

 

Freeman caught the acting bug at the age of nine, when he played the lead in a school play. In 1955, after graduating from Broad Street High School, he enlisted in the United States Air Force. After leaving the military and moving to Los Angeles, he began taking acting classes at the Pasadena Playhouse. Morgan worked as a transcript clerk at Los Angeles City College to make ends meet. Simultaneously, he traveled frequently between New York City and San Francisco, where he worked as a dancer and a member of a music theater group, respectively.

 

In the mid-1960s, Freeman made his debut in an off-Broadway production of The Niggerlovers. In 1968, he starred alongside Pearl Bailey in an all-black Broadway production of Hello, Dolly! In 1971, he made his film debut in Who Says I Can’t Ride a Rainbow? Through his work on the soap opera Another World and his appearances on The Electric Company, a PBS kids’ show, he became a well-known face in America.

 

He continued his theater career and received the Obie Award in 1980 for his performance as Coriolanus. In 1984, he won his second Obie for The Gospel at Colonus, and in 1989, he won his third Obie for the lead role in Driving Miss Daisy (later adapted for the screen, which he starred in.)

 

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Morgan Freeman began to play prominent roles in high-budget films. The role of Fast Black in the 1987 film Street Smart earned him an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actor. In 1994, he won the part of Red in The Shawshank Redemption, which catapulted him to A-list celebrity status. He subsequently starred in a number of high-budget films, including Seven, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Deep Impact, and Unforgiven.

 

2005 was a monumental year for Freeman. Morgan finally won the Best Supporting Actor Oscar for his work in Clint Eastwood’s Million Dollar Baby at the 77th Academy Awards, following three previous nominations.

 

He was selected to play God in the 2005 blockbuster film Bruce Almighty (and later, the sequel Evan Almighty.) In 2005, he also appeared in Christopher Nolan’s Dark Night Trilogy–Batman Begins. He subsequently reprised his role in both sequels.

 

After starring in the 2007 film The Bucket List, Freeman returned to the stage alongside Peter Gallagher and Frances McDormand in the Broadway smash The Country Girl. 2009’s Invictus, in which he portrayed Nelson Mandela alongside Clint Eastwood, earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor. In 2013, he appeared in the films Olympus has Fallen (and its sequel, London has Fallen, in 2016) and Oblivion.

Other Work: Morgan made his directorial debut with Paramount Pictures’ “Bopha!” in 1993. Three episodes of Madam Secretary represent his only other directing experience.

 

Morgan’s distinctive, commanding voice makes him a frequent choice for narration work. In 2005, he narrated War of the Worlds and the documentary March of the Penguins, and in 2014, he lent his voice to the Lego Movie. In 2010, he replaced Walter Cronkite as the introduction voice for the CBS Evening News. He is also the host and narrator of the Discovery Channel physics program “Through the Wormhole.” Up until 2018, Freeman narrated numerous popular Visa commercials.

 

From 1967 to 1979, Freeman was married to Jeanette Adair Bradshaw. In September 2010, he divorced Myrna Colley-Lee, whom he wed in 1984. He has four offspring. In 2015, his stepdaughter from his first marriage was murdered in New York City. She reached the age of 33.

 

On the night of August 3, 2008, close to Ruleville, Mississippi, Freeman was involved in a near-fatal car accident. His Nissan Maxima repeatedly flipped after leaving the highway. He and a female passenger were rescued using the “Jaws of Life” and flown to a hospital in Memphis via helicopter. In the accident, Freeman fractured his left shoulder, arm, and elbow. Although alcohol was ruled out as a factor in the collision, his passenger (Demaris Meyer) later sued him for negligence, alleging that he had been drinking that evening. The lawsuit was settled out of court for an undisclosed amount.

 

In May 2018, CNN reported the findings of an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment against Freeman by eight women. Eight additional witnesses claimed to have witnessed inappropriate behavior on film sets or at his production company. Freeman issued an apology following the release of the report. In response, the Screen Actors Guild considered revoking Freeman’s award for lifetime achievement, but in September 2018 ruled that he could keep it.

 

Freeman was active in Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, and he established the Grenada Relief Fund to assist victims of Hurricane Ivan.

 

Morgan announced in March 2019 that he had transformed his 124-acre Mississippi farm into a bee sanctuary.

 

Morgan Freeman’s current net worth is $250 million, but he paid his ex-wife of 26 years $100-200 million in real estate and cash in 2010 as part of their divorce settlement. Based on the valuation of their holdings and his future earning potential, Myrna had at one point requested up to $400 million.

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