Emile Hirsch Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Emile Hirsch is an American film actor with a net worth of $15 million dollars. At age 13, he got an acting part in the film Gargantua and television characters on NYPD Blue and ER. That next year he again teamed up with Sean Penn in the film Milk, the narrative of gay rights activist Harvey Milk. Besides playing, Hirsch loves composing poetry, screenplays and visual arts. He’s won five awards, including Critic’s Choice Award for breakthrough performance and best actor because of his part in Into the Wild.
Emile Hirsch Net Worth $15 Million Dollars
He’s graced the covers of magazines to add Teen Vogue, Movieline, Another Guy and L’Uomo Vogue (Italy). On October 27, 2013, Hirsch’s first kid was born, infant son Valor. Apparently, Hirsch isn’t romantically linked to the mom, but means to support the kid and stay part of his life.
March 13, 1985
Topanga, California, United States
Paul Revere Charter Middle School, Alexander Hamilton High School Academy of Music
David Hirsch, Margaret Davenport
Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Acting Ensemble
MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role, Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Actor, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor: Action/Adventure, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV: Breakout Star Male, Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actor, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Breakout Star - Male, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actor: Drama
Into the Wild, Lone Survivor, The Girl Next Door, Lords of Dogtown, Speed Racer, Twice Born, Alpha Dog, Killer Joe, Prince Avalanche, The Darkest Hour, Milk, The Motel Life, Taking Woodstock, The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys, Savages, The Emperor's Club, Imaginary Heroes, The Mudge Boy, Ten Thousand Saints, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, The Air I Breathe, Just Jim, Bonnie & Clyde, Vincent-N-Roxxy, The Runaround, The Outsider, Zoom In: Stories Behind the 2007 Gotham Awards
Was charged with aggravated assault after he attacked and choked the female VP of Paramount Digital during a Sundance Film Festival party in early 2015. He claimed he had no memory of the incident due to consuming an enormous amount of alcohol. Hirsch checked into an alcohol rehab facility in the wake of the incident.
Emile's paternal grandfather was from a German Jewish immigrant family. Emile also has English, Scots-Irish, and German ancestry.
He has a son called Valor, who was born in November 2013.
living in Venice, California, USA [October 2005]
Became a father for the 1st time at age 28 when his ex-girlfriend gave birth to their son Valor Hirsch on October 27, 2013.
For his role as the title character in Speed Racer, he watched every episode of the anime.
He spent 3 months training to skateboard and surf for Lords Of Dogtown.
Had a body double for his nude scene in The Girl Next Door because he was only aged 17 at the time.
Along with Jessica Biel, Isabel Lucas, musician Santi White, rapper Lupe Fiasco (and many others), he hiked Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania on a benefit climb called Summit On The Summit, to bring awareness and relief to the world's clean water crisis. [January 2010]
Attended Paul Revere Middle School in Los Angeles, CA.
Was ranked #17 on Entertainment Weekly's '30 Under 30' the actors list. 
His father, David Hirsch, is a producer and his mother, Margaret Davenport, is an artist.
He grew up in Los Angeles, California and Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Often plays characters who find themselves in life threatening situations
[on Penelope Cruz] She's hilarious. She's not only very smart and talented, she has a ridiculously absurdest and sophisticated sense of humor. We were constantly laughing and enjoying ourselves on set.
James Dean taught me not to speed, River Phoenix taught me not to DO speed, and Marlon Brando taught me to slow down on the cheeseburgers.
[About working on the film The Girl Next Door (2004).] When I got a lap dance, because I was 17, they had to put a massive pillow between me and the girl when she was grinding me. It was weird, yet pleasurable.
"People would be so intimidated especially when I left the tattoo on and went out to a party. You'd get weird looks from everyone. Big, big macho dudes would be like, 'Oh, excuse me. Excuse me.' I was like, 'Yeah!' I mean, it was very strange for me to have people react to me like that. It's unheard of for me and to have girls going, 'You're crazy.' And looking at you from across the party like, 'You're a crazy one.'" In reference to his shaved head for Lords of Dogtown (2005).
"I learned how to skate vert in pools and stuff. Now I can get on a board and skate a pool. We did three months of skating and surfing. It was surfing in the morning and skating in the afternoon. Tony Alva was our coach. He's not the easiest coach to work with. He's not like a coach. He tells you how to do it, and is like, 'Just do it. Just f-ing do it, dude!'" In reference to his skateboard training for Lords of Dogtown (2005).
"I don't really want to do a teen comedy, you know? I mean, I just didn't want to be in a bad movie, that's all." In reference to his hesitance in deciding whether or not to play his character Matthew Kidman in The Girl Next Door (2004).
I think I've always been half out of my shell and half in. Sometimes I can be extremely wild and sometimes I can be extremely shy. It just depends on the day.