Screenwriter George Lucas is an American film director and writer. From the University of Southern California, he majored in cinematography and caught the attention of Francis Ford Coppola, who helped him break into the film business. Best remembered for writing and directing Star Wars, creating the Indiana Jones series, and founding Industrial Light & Magic.
Whatis George Lucas’s net worth?
According to the latest information of Google, Forbes & other Sources, the estimated net worth of George Lucas is $7.1 Billion.
|Year||Net Worth||Increase Rate|
|2022||$7.1 billion||18.33% increase|
|2021||$6 billion||22.49% increase|
|2020||$4.9 billion||16.66% increase|
|2019||$4.2 billion||27.27% increase|
Early life and Education
George Walton Lucas was born in Modesto, California, on May 14, 1944. His Oscar-nominated low-budget blockbuster, American Graffiti, motivated his early passion for vehicles and motorsports (1973). His father’s name is George Walton Lucas Sr.&his mother’s name is Dorothy EllinoreBomberger.
Before becoming enamored with the movie camera, Lucas planned to be a race car driver, but a near-fatal accident in his tuned-up Fiat just days before his high school graduation changed his mind.
Alternatively, he studied filmmaking and camera techniques at a community college. He transferred to USC’s film school on the advice of a friend. There, he made Electronic Labyrinth: THX 1138 4EB, a short futuristic sci-fi picture, and landed a comfy seat under Francis Ford Coppola’s wing, who was keen on discovering new talent.
Despite being scared by the failure of his first picture, THX 1138, Lucas returned to work on American Graffiti, his next project. The picture, which starred Ron Howard, Richard Dreyfuss, and Harrison Ford and was broadcast in 1973, was hailed as a remarkable portrait of listless American youth in 1962, presenting, in Lucas’s words, “a pleasant, secure, uninvolved life.”
The picture, which cost only $780,000 to make, grossed more than $100 million in the United States. It was selected for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Screenplay, and Best Director for Lucas, and is still regarded as one of the most successful low-budget films of all time.
Now that he’d regained the trust of his fans, Lucas set out to create a children’s Saturday morning serial that would be a part fairy tale, part Flash Gordon, and full of imagination and adventure set in the far reaches of space. The project eventually became Star Wars, a feature-length film. Star Wars wowed audiences with its awe-inspiring special effects, fantastical landscapes, enthralling characters (the erroneous pairing of two bumbling droids providing, ironically, the most heart and comic relief), and the familiar resonance of popular myth and fairy tale when it was released in May 1977. The picture grossed nearly $513 million worldwide during its initial release while making it only $11 million.
While working on Star Wars, Lucas created a new adventure series starring Indiana Jones, a tough but lovable archaeologist. He cast Star Wars antihero Harrison Ford in the titular role, and Steven Spielberg was hired as director. Instead of going to the farthest reaches of the universe, Lucas chose the past for this blockbuster, in which Indiana Jones battles Nazis over the Ark of the Covenant.
Lucas was involved in the story development and served as a producer on the two sequels that followed. Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984), starred Ford and Kate Capshaw (Spielberg’s future wife), and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) introduced moviegoers to the hero’s father, played by Sean Connery. However, with the release of the third Indiana Jones picture, Lucas planned to return to the film franchise that made him famous: Star Wars.
Lucas produced the next part of his Indiana Jones franchise in 2008. He was one of the film’s authors and producers, as well as the director. Ford reprised his role as Indiana Jones in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, alongside Cate Blanchett and Shia LaBeouf. The movie was one of the biggest superhits of the summer.
Producing a different kind of action movie in early 2012, Lucas was able to expand his perspectives. After years of work, he was able to assist in having brought the story of the Tuskegee Airmen to the feature film in Red Tails. This World War II thriller featured Cuba Gooding Jr., Terrence Howard, Nate Parker, and David Oyelowo.
George Lucas’s Wife
Lucas declared his relationship to Mellody Hobson, CEO of Ariel Investments, in January 2013. Previously to their wedding, the couple had been dating for five years. Lucas, 69, and Hobson, 44, married in late June 2013 at Skywalker Ranch in Marin County, California. They welcomed Everest, their daughter, into the family not long after.
George Lucas’s phone number and fax number are (415) 662-1800 and (415) 448-2495, respectively. (415) 623-1313 is George Lucas’s secondary office phone number. The contact information listed above is taken directly from George Lucas’s official website.
Novato, California, USA
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|Real Name||George Walton Lucas Jr.|
|Nick Name||Luke, George|
|Profession||Actor, film producer, Director, Cinematographer|
|Age||77 years old|
|Height||In feet: 5.7|
In meter: 1.68
In CM: 168
|Weight||In Kilograms: 77kg|
In Pounds: 170 Ibs
|Relationship||Wife: Marcia Lucas(1969-1983), Mellody Hobson(2013-|
|Children||Amanda Lucas, Jett Lucas, Katie Lucas, Everest Hobson Lucas|
|Parents||Father: George Walton Lucas Sr.|
Mother: Dorothy EllinoreBomberger
George Lucas is perhaps best known for co-founding Lucasfilm, LucasArts, and Industrial Light & Magic. A former chairman of Lucasfilm, he sold it to The Walt Disney Company in 2012. In his film industry career, he made many renowned films & writes. Lucas is hard-working & friend inspiration presently he is a famous director worldwide.