Antwone Fisher Net Worth

Antwone Fisher is a famous Writer, Director, Producer. Born on unknown in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S. this unknown author has created a lot of content for the masses. With thousands or even millions of followers and people across the globe who love what Antwone Fisher represents and creates, the popularity of this celebrity does not seem to diminish over years. With the family of Eva Mae Fisher, Eddie Elkins unknown Azure Fisher, Indigo Fisher Antwone Fisher had an upbringing and the education which propelled them to stardom and greatness. Attending unknown Antwone Fisher learned and worked on his passion projects which turned out to be massive successes amongst audiences worldwide. But what about money? If you are curious about the full estimated net worth of Antwone Fisher, it is around $2 Million.

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Antwone Fisher was born in a women’s prison, where his mother, Eva Mae Fisher (17), served a sentence for killing his father, Edward Elkins (23). Social services picked him up and sent him to foster care, so he spent his childhood growing up in several foster families. After a while, he was adopted and spent around two years with his first family, who loved him very much, but he had to leave them and soon he was adopted by another family, who were very abusive, so through the 14 years that he spent with them, he suffered beating, verbal and sexual abuse, which had a great impact on him as a person. He matriculated from George Junior Republic School in Pennsylvania, a high school created only for underprivileged young men. After that, he started doing business outside of the law to survive – one of the jobs was collecting money for a local pimp. In order to escape homelessness, Antwone joined the U.S. Navy in 1978, and served for 11 years, and a Navy’s psychiatrist helped him with his childhood traumas.

After leaving the Navy, he started work as a federal correctional officer at the Federal Bureau of Prisons, after which he got a job in the security section in Sony Pictures. While he was working there, he found his biological family and his mother, which helped him a lot in writing his autobiography entitled “Finding Fish” in 2001. The book had enormous success, and he had a number of significant offers from Hollywood directors and producers who wanted to put his story into a motion picture. Firstly he refused everybody, but eventually sold it to 20th Century Fox and the result of this collaboration was a film named after him, for which he was both a writer and a co-producer, adding a considerable amount to his net worth. In the film, he was portrayed by Derek Luke, and it was directed by Denzel Washington.

To speak further about his career, in 2005, he wrote “Who Will Cry For The Little Boy?”, and in the following year, he was a co-writer of the drama “ATL”. Three years later he was writer and director of the short film “My Summer Friend”, all of which increased his net worth by a large margin. Most recently, he published the book “A Boy Should Know How To Tie A Tie And Other Lessons For Succeeding In Life” in 2010, and he wrote the documentary “This Life Of Mine The Leon T. Garr Story” (2012).

Thanks to his remarkable accomplishments, Antwone has been nominated for and won many prestigious awards. Some of the most significant ones are a nomination for the WGA Award for Best Original Screenplay, the winning of the ShoWest Award in the category of Screenwriter of the Year and another winning of the American Screenwriters Association’s Discover Screenwriting Award.

When it comes to speak about his personal life, Antwone Fisher has been married to LaNette since 1996; the couple has two children together.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Antwone Fisher
  • Net Worth: $2 Million
  • Date Of Birth: August 3, 1959
  • Place Of Birth: Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
  • Profession: Writer, Director, Producer
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: LaNette Fisher
  • Children: Azure Fisher, Indigo Fisher
  • Parents: Eva Mae Fisher, Eddie Elkins
  • IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0279376/
  • Awards: Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Motion Picture, BET Award for Best Actor, Satellite Special Achievement Award for Outstanding New Talent, Producers Guild of America Award – Stanley …
  • Nominations: Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female, Satellite Award for Best Motion Picture – Drama, Writers Guild of America Award for Best Original Screenplay, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Breakout Star – Male, Satellite Award for Best Director, MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Perform…
  • Movies: Antwone Fisher, ATL

Quotes

  • Life often has a way of making people feel small and unimportant. But if you find a way to express yourself through writing, to put your ideas and stories on paper, you’ll feel more consequential. No one should pass through time without writing their thoughts and experiences down for others to learn from. Even if only one person, a family member, reads something you wrote long after you’re gone, you live on. So writing gives you power. Writing gives you immortality.

Facts

  • Antwone is dyslexic.
  • Named among Fade In Magazine’s “100 People in Hollywood You Need to Know” in 2005.
  • Was born in a women’s prison, where his mother was incarcerated.
  • He also did script doctoring on the Chris Tucker movies, Money Talks (1997) and Rush Hour (1998).
  • In between rewriting the script for Antwone Fisher (2002); he also wrote “Double-0 Soul” with Chris Tucker attached to star and sold the script on spec for $1 million to Universal Pictures. Although the script had Brian Grazer/Imagine Entertainment on as producers and Mariah Carey attached as co-starring, it never came into fruition.
  • His mother named him after Fats Domino, whose real first name is Antoine.
  • Fisher was discovered working as a security guard at Sony. His life story of orphanages and abuse led to a screen-writing deal. Antwone Fisher (2002) (aka “Finding Fish”) is autobiographical.

Filmography

Writer
Title Year Status Character
This Life of Mine The Leon T. Garr Story 2012 Documentary written by
My Summer Friend 2009 Short written by
ATL 2006 story
Antwone Fisher 2002 written by
Director
Title Year Status Character
Lincoln Perry announced
This Life of Mine The Leon T. Garr Story 2012 Documentary
My Summer Friend 2009 Short
Producer
Title Year Status Character
This Life of Mine The Leon T. Garr Story 2012 Documentary producer
Antwone Fisher 2002 co-producer
Actor
Title Year Status Character
Queen Victoria’s Wedding 2010 Short Barry Wilson
Cinematographer
Title Year Status Character
This Life of Mine The Leon T. Garr Story 2012 Documentary
Editor
Title Year Status Character
This Life of Mine The Leon T. Garr Story 2012 Documentary
Self
Title Year Status Character
Cupcake Wars 2012 TV Series Himself – Judge / Writer & Director
More Tales from the Script 2010 Video documentary Himself
Tales from the Script 2009 Documentary Himself
Remixed! 2006 TV Series Himself
Young Hollywood Awards 2003 TV Special documentary Himself
Hollywood Celebrates Denzel Washington: An American Cinematheque Tribute 2003 TV Special documentary Himself
The 14th Annual Producers Guild of America Awards 2003 TV Special Himself – Winner

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