Danny Glover Net Worth 2020, Biography, Early Life, Education, Career, and Achievement.
Danny Glover Net Worth – Danny Glover is an American actor, film director, and political activist and he is popularly known for his lead role as Roger Murtaugh in the Lethal Weapon film series and for appearing in movies such as To Sleep with Anger, Predator 2, Angels in the Outfield, Operation Dumbo Drop and Witness and he has also won awards such as Outstanding lead actor in a motion picture at the 1989 NAACP Image Awards and best male lead actor at the 1991 Independent Spirit Awards.
Early Life, Family, and Education
Danny Glover was born Danny Lebern Glover on the 22nd of July, 1946 in San Francisco, California, United States and he was born to James Glover and Carrie Glover who both worked as Postal workers and were active in the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
Glover’s mother also worked as a midwife and was born in Louisville, Georgia and she attended Paine College which is located in Augusta, Georgia.
Danny Glover grew up suffering from epilepsy but after he turned 35, it stopped, he attended the George Washington High School in San Francisco and later enrolled at the San Francisco State University (SFSU) but he dropped out, but he was later awarded an honorary degree by the University.
Glover later trained as an actor at the Black Actor’s Workshop of the American Conservatory Theatre.
Danny Glover is a married man and he is married to a woman named Eliane Cavallero and they got married in 2009.
Danny Glover is a father of one as he has a daughter named Mandisa Glover whom he had with his first wife named Asake Bomani and he grew up with a brother named Martin Glover.
Danny Glover has appeared in movies such as Escape from Alcatraz in 1979, Chu Chu and the Philly Flash in 1981, Deadly Drifter in 1982, Iceman in 1984, Witness in 1985, Lethal Weapon in 1987, Lethal Weapon 2 in 1989, To Sleep with Anger in 1990, Flight of the Intruder in 1991, A Rage in Harlem in 1991, Grand Canyon in 1991, Lethal Weapon 3 in 1992, Bopha!
In 1993, Maverick in 1994, Operation Dumbo Drop in 1995, Wild America in 1997, The Rainmaker in 1997, Lethal Weapon 4 in 1998, Our Friend, Martin, Boseman and Lena in 2000, The Royal Tenenbaums in 2001, Just a Dream in 2002, The Cookout in 2004, Saw in 2004, Manderlay in 2005, Barnyard in 2006, Dreamgirls in 2006, Shooter in 2007.
Battle for Terra in 2007, Miranda Regresa in 2007, Tiny Tears in 2008, Night Train in 2009, The People Speak in 2009, Stride and Alpha and Omega in 2010, Heart of Blackness in 2011, Highland Park in 2012, LUV in 2012, Space Warriors in 2013, Extraction in 2013, Bad Asses in 2014, Checkmate and Gridlocked in 2015, Dirty Grandpa and 93 Days in 2016, Vagabonds and The Good Catholic in 2017, Come Sunday and Death Race: Beyond Anarchy in 2018, The Dead Don’t Lie in 2019 and many more.
He has also starred in television series and shows such as Paris in 1979, Hill Street Blues in 1981, Chiefs in 1983, Memorial Day in 1983, Place at the Table and Mandela in 1987, Lonesome Dove in 1989, Alex Haley’s Queen in 1993, Fallen Angels in 1995, America’s Dream in 1996, Buffalo Soldiers in 1997, Freedom Song in 2000, Good fences in 2003, Legend of Earthsea in 2004, ER in 2006, My Name is Earl in 2009, Human Target in 2010, Leverage in 2011, Hannah’s Law in 2012, Criminal Minds in 2016, Cold Case Files in 2017 and many more.
Due to the incredible success he has recorded in his acting career, Danny Glover has been nominated for various awards and also won many and they include Cable ACE Award for Best Actor in a movie or miniseries in 1989.
NAACP Image Awards for outstanding lead actor in a motion picture in 1989, Independent Spirit Award for the best male lead in 1991.
Jamerican International Film Festival lifetime achievement award in 2002, Los Angeles Pan African Film Festival lifetime achievement award in 2003 and many more.