Published On: Fri, Oct 13th, 2017

Harvey Weinstein Net Worth; How Much Is Harvey Net Worth Right Now?

Harvey Weinstein Net Worth in 2018: $300 Million

Harvey Weinstein is well known as former film studio executive as well as he is an American film producer, he started his career as a concert promoter and now according to different estimates, his total net worth is $300 million in 2017.

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The American film producer Harvey Weinstein was born on March 19, 1952 in New York City borough of Queens in the Flushing section to Max Weinstein who was a diamond cutter and mother Miriam.

After graduation he started his career as a rock concert producer with the help of his brothers Bob, and Corky Burger and now he is known as one of the best producers of Hollywood movies.

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He grew up with the passion to enter in film industry while as an independent he and his brothers used his all profits which they earned from concert promotions.

Opened a company named as Miramax on the name of their parents; they first produced the music concert related shows like Paul McCartney’s Rockshow.

The brothers left the Miramax On March 29, 2005 to form their own production company with the name of Weinstein company while it is now known as one the most successful studio executive companies in the region, and On October 8, 2017.

The board of directors of company has fired the Harvey due to allegations of sexual harassment on him.

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As a producer and director he has made several films while some of the most important are; Shakespeare in Love, Gangs of New York, Nine, My Week with Marilyn, Playing for Keeps, Princess Mononoke, Project Greenlight, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, Project Runway and many others.

Weinstein has received several awards like Britannia Awards, Gotham Awards, GLAAD Media Award, British Independent Film Awards, DVD Exclusive Awards, Producers Guild of America Award and others.

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