Charles Bronson Net Worth 2024

Charles Bronson's Net Worth as of Jun 2024 is
$65 million

Charles Bronson was a famous actor from America. He was known for his work in the movies like “The Magnificent Seven”, “The Stone Killer”, “Hard Times”, etc.

Bronson dominated the movie industry during the 70s and 80s with his tough-guy attitude. He has contributed a lot to the entertainment industry.

Charles Bronson’s Net Worth

Charles Bronson earned a good amount of money throughout his entire career. Moreover, he had an estimated net worth of $65 million at the time of his death.

Top 3 Grossing Movies

MoviesBox Office/
Death Wish(1974)$49.6million/$30 millionPaul Kersey/1 millionEli Roth
Death Wish 3(1985)$16.1 million/$9 millionPaul Kersey/$5 millionMichael Winner
The Dirty Dozen(1967)$45.3 million/$5.4 millionJoseph Wladislaw/NARobert Aldrich

Charles Bronson’s Bio, Age

Charles Bronson was born on November 3, 1921, in Pennsylvania, USA. He died at the age of 81 in Los Angeles. His zodiac sign was Scorpio and followed the Christianity religion.

Source: Golden Globes

Charles Bronson’s Parents and Siblings

Charles Bronson’s father’s name was Walter Buchinsky and his mother’s name was Mary Valinksy. Walter was a Lithuanian immigrant and Mary belonged to the Lithuanian American society. Altogether, he had 14 siblings.

After the death of his father, Charles worked at the coal mine. But, during World War II, he gave up working in the coal mine and joined the military. In 1943, he was drafted into the United States Army Air Forces.

Body Measurements: Height and Weight

Charles Bronson was a handsome and smart guy. He was 5 feet 9 inches or 175 cm tall and his weight was 75 kg or 165 lbs. His other body measurements are not available.

Who was Charles Bronson’s Wife?

Firstly, Charles married Harriet Tendler in 1949. They had two children together but separated in 1967. After that, he tied the knot with actress Jill Ireland on October 5, 1968. He had one child with Jill.

Their relationship continued until the death of Jill in 1990. After 8 years, Charles married a former employee of Dove Audio, Kim Weeks. The couple remained married until the death of Charles in 2003.

Charles Bronson’s Career

Charles Bronson made his first TV appearance in Roger’s show named “Knockout” in 1952. Between the 1950s and 60s, he made appearances in numerous TV shows including “Biff Baker”, “Sheriff of Cochise”, “U.S. Marshal”, etc.

He got his first lead role in 1958 in the movie named “Machine-Gun Kelly”. He received another lead role as Mike Kovac in the series titled “Man with a Camera” which aired until 1960. In 1960, Bronson appeared in several TV series including “Riverboat”, “The Islanders”, etc.

In 1963, he was cast in the movie “The Great Escape” which was based on the post-World War II era. From 1963 to 1967, he played in TV series like “The Travels of Jaimie McPheeters”, “The Legend of Jesse James”, “Empire”, etc.

Source: Roger Ebert

Bronson moved to Europe for better opportunities and roles. He played in several European movies including “Once Upon a Time in the West”, “Guns for San Sebastian”, etc. He also appeared in a French movie named “Rider on the Rain”.

In 1974, Bronson appeared in the Death Wish Series. He played the role of Paul Kersey. The series was a major hit at the box office. In 1994, he appeared in the “Death Wish V: The Face of Death”. He has also played in various TV movies including “Family of Cops”, “Breach of Faith: A Family of Cops II”, etc.

Social Media Handles

Charles Bronson was not active on social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.