Don Cheadle

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Overview: Don Cheadle Biography, Movies, And Net Worth

Don Cheadle is an American actor, pen, director, and patron. He’s known for his places in the flicks” Hotel Rwanda”( 2004), for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Stylish Actor, and the” Iron Man” flicks( 2008- 2013). Cheadle has also appeared in a number of other flicks and TV shows, including” Devil in a Blue Dress”( 1995),” Boogie Nights”( 1997),” Crash”( 2004),” House of falsehoods”( 2012- 2016), and” Black Monday”( 2019-present).

Don Cheadle was born in 1964. He began acting in high academy and continued to pursue his acting career after graduating from the California Institute of the trades. He landed his first major part in the 1987 film” Hamburger Hill”. Cheadle’s career began to take off in the 1990s with places in flicks similar as” Devil in a Blue Dress”,” Boogie Nights”, and” Rosewood”. He earned wide recognition for his performance in the 2004 film” Hotel Rwanda”, for which he was nominated for an Academy Award for Stylish Actor.

In addition to his acting career, Cheadle is also a pen, director, and patron. He has directed occurrences of the TV shows” House of falsehoods” and” Black Monday”. He has also produced a number of flicks, including” Miles Ahead”( 2016) and” Crown Heights”( 2019). Cheadle is a philanthropist of the Vanguard Award from the Screen Actors council and the Humanitarian Award from the Santa Barbara International Film Festival. He’s also aco-founder of the product company Proximity Media.

BornNovember 29, 1964
Birth NameDonald Frank Cheadle Jr.
Height5′ 11″ (1.80 m)
MarriedYes
SpouseBridgid Coulter (m. 2020)
ChildrenImani Cheadle, Ayana Tai Cheadle
ParentsDonald Frank Cheadle Sr., Betty Cheadle

Net Worth: $45 Million

Earnings from Movies:

MovieEarnings
Iron Man 2 (2010)$5-10 million
Iron Man 3 (2013)$5-10 million
Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015)$5-10 million
Captain America: Civil War (2016)$5-10 million
Avengers: Infinity War (2018)$5-10 million
Avengers: Endgame (2019)$5-10 million
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021)$5-10 million
Ocean’s Eleven (2001)$1 million
Crash (2004)$1 million
Hotel for Dogs (2009)$2 million
House of Lies (2012-2016)$75,000-100,000 per episode
Miles Ahead (2016)$500,000

Awards

AwardYearCategoryMovieResult
Academy Award2000Best ActorHotel RwandaNominated
Golden Globe Award2013Best Actor – Television Series Musical or ComedyHouse of LiesWon
Primetime Emmy Award2013Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy SeriesHouse of LiesNominated
Primetime Emmy Award2014Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy SeriesHouse of LiesNominated
Primetime Emmy Award2015Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy SeriesHouse of LiesNominated
Primetime Emmy Award2016Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy SeriesHouse of LiesNominated
Screen Actors Guild Award2005Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion PictureCrashWon
Screen Actors Guild Award2019Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion PictureAvengers: EndgameWon
Tony Award2016Best Actor in a PlayKing Hedley IIWon
Grammy Award2007Best Spoken Word Album for ChildrenJazzy ABCsWon
Grammy Award2014Best Spoken Word AlbumBorn a Crime: Stories from a South African ChildhoodWon