Emilio Estevez Bio, wiki, Age, Career, Height, Weight, Family.
Emilio Estevez is an American actor, director, and writer who is best known for his roles in the coming-of-age comedy-drama films The Breakfast Club, St. Elmo’s Fire, and The Outsiders, which he starred in 1983.
‘Cold Case,’ ‘Close to Home,’ and ‘CSI: NY’ are just a few of the TV shows directed by Estevez. He also enjoys growing vines, which he produces and sells under the name ‘Casa Dumetz.’
Early childhood development and education
Emilio Estevez was born in Staten Island, New York, on May 12, 1962, as Ramon Estevez. He is of White-American ancestry and has the American nationality.
Estevez is the son of Janet Templeton, an artist, and Martin Sheen, an actor. Renee Estevez, Charlie Sheen, and Ramon Estevez are his three siblings.
Estevez attended a public school in New York. His family moved to Malibu, California, when he was six years old, and he attended Santa Monica High School. He became acquaintances with future stars Sean, Rob Lowe, and Chris Penn at this time.
Estevez became interested in his father’s business when he was a child, and he and his friends made short films together, many of which were written by Estevez. He submitted a script to Rod Serling’s television series, Night Gallery, when he was seven years old, but it was rejected.
Estevez’s father gave him a camera when he was eleven years old. With his brother, Charlie Sheen, and friends Rob Lowe, Chris Penn, and Sean, he made movies with it and enjoyed acting.
Estevez’s enthusiasm for theatre activities waned during his final year of high school, and he was drawn to sports instead. He also appeared in the 1979 film Apocalypse Now as a courier boy, although his role was later removed.
Estevez opted to pursue a profession as an actor after graduating from Santa Monica High School in 1980. He was cast in the small-screen film Insight the following year.
‘Tex,’ a 1982 American drama film in which Estevez co-starred alongside Matt Dillon, was his big screen debut. The film, which was based on S.E. Hinton’s novel, marked a watershed moment in his career.
The next year, Estevez starred alongside Rob Lowe, Tom Cruise, Patrick Swayze, Dillon, and Thomas Howell in the American coming-of-age drama film ‘The Outsiders.’
In 1984, Estevez starred as a punk rocker in Alex Cox’s American science fiction comedy film “Repo Man.” The film went on to become a cult classic.
Estevez starred in the 1985 American coming-of-age comedy-drama film ‘The Breakfast Club,’ a comedy drama directed by John Hughes and a hit with Generation X.
In 1985, Estevez collaborated with Tom Cruise, an actor and producer, on a script for the film “That Was Then, This Is Now.” He sold it to Paramount Pictures, but the film only had a modest box office success.
Estevez starred in Stephen King’s horror film ‘Maximum Overdrive’ in 1986. He later moved behind the camera and directed the film ‘Wisdom,’ in addition to appearing in it.
In 1990, Estevez published his first comic film, “Men at Work,” which he wrote, directed, and starred in. Despite being blasted by critics, the film became a mini-cult classic in video stores.
With the release of ‘Mighty Ducks,’ an American sports comedy-drama film in 1992, Estevez achieved box office success. In the sequel, ‘D3: The Mighty Ducks,’ he made a cameo appearance.
The film ‘The War at Home,’ directed by Estevez, was released in 1996. The film received favorable reviews from critics and was nominated for two ALMA awards. However, due to insufficient distribution, it was only mediocre success.
With films like ‘Behind the Green Door’ and ‘Rated X,’ Estevez had only mediocre success for nearly a decade. He got the Hollywood Film Award for playing and directing in the film “Bobby” in 2006.
Aside from movies, Estevez is a passionate vine grower who sells his wares online.
From 1983 through 1986, Emilio Estevez was in a relationship with Wilhelmina model Carey Salley. Taylor Levi and Paloma Estevez are the couple’s two children.
Demi Moore, an American actress, former songwriter, and model, was Estevez’s fiancée. Moore’s real-life spouse at the time, actor Ashton Kutcher, co-starred with Moore in the 2006 American drama film Bobby as a fighting married couple. They did, however, call off their engagement later.
Estevez married Paula Abdul, a pop singer, in 1992. Their marriage terminated two years later owing to Estevez’s refusal to have problems.
Estevez remarried in 2006 to Sonja Magdevski, a Macedonian journalist. They live in a Malibu villa with a Spanish flair.
Besides Julie Briggs, Daphne Zuniga, Marla Hanson, Diane Lane, and a few more, Estevez had romances with other celebrities.
What is your net worth?
Emilio Estevez was a successful actor and producer who earned a lot of money. ‘The Mighty Ducks,’ ‘Tex,’ ‘The Outsiders,’ and ‘Repo Man’ are some of his most well-known flicks.
The Mighty Ducks, Estevez’s film, was a box office smash and cemented his stardom. The film grossed $50752337 in the United States, prompting two sequels. In addition, his film Bobby earned him international acclaim and numerous prizes.
Along the Way: The Journey of a Father and Son, written by Estevez, was a big success, with hardcovers selling for $2.99, paperbacks for $16.98, and MP3 CDs for $9.97.
According to property records, Estevez sold his Malibu micro-vineyard for $6.35 million in November 2016, about three times the price he paid in 2000. His current net worth is estimated to be approximately $15 million.
|Date of Birth:||1962, May-12|
|Age:||59 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Height:||5 feet 5 inch|
|Birth Name||Emilio Estevez|
|Birth Place/City||Staten Island|
|Affair with||Carey Salley|
|Married to||Paula Abdul (m. 1992)|
|Divorce||Paula Abdul (div.1994)|
|Siblings||Renee Estevez, Charlie Sheen and Ramon Estevez|