Rebecca Miller Net Worth Forbes and Salary 2017:
Rebecca Augusta Miller, Lady Day-Lewis , is an American independent filmmaker, screenwriter, Actress, film director, and novelist. She was born on September 15, 1962, in Roxbury, Connecticut.
Miller is known for writing and directing movies like, Angela, Personal Velocity: Three Portraits, The Ballad of Jack and Rose and Maggie’s Plan.
Rebecca Miller: The Beginning of success:
Rebecca career began in 1987 after she graduated from Yale University, she studied painting and literature.
She began making non-verbal films, which she exhibited along with her artwork and in 1988, she got her first role in the stage The Cherry Orchard the Peter Brook’s adaptation of Chekhov. Her first role in TV came in that same year with her leading role in NBC’s television movie The Murder of Mary Phagan, she got also supporting roles in Regarding Henry and Consenting Adults.
In 1995 Miller wrote and directed her first film, Angela, her second film came in 2002: Personal Velocity: Three Portraits, which was based on her successful book: Personal Velocity which was awarded as the Best Book of 2001. The film earned critical praise from the New York Times as « the work of a talented and highly visual writer.
Since then Miller released The Ballad of Jack and Rose, in 2005, The Private Lives of Pippa Lee in 2009 and Maggie’s Plan in 2015.
Rebecca Miller Personal Informations:
Rebecca Miller Height: 6 feet 0 in (183 cm)
Rebecca Miller Weight: 141 lbs (64kg)
Rebecca Miller quotes: Every milieu has something ridiculous about it – film-making, the music world, painting – because people who take themselves seriously become funny pretty quickly. Rebecca Miller
Rebecca Miller net worth: Miller has a net worth of $164 million. The main source of her income came as an authors and actress.
Family and relationship:
Rebecca is the daughter of Inge Morath and Arthur Miller, she has a younger brother named Daniel. Rebecca married Daniel Day Lewis in 1996, they have two children, Ronan Cal and Cashel Blake.
Awards and nominations:
2016 – Traverse City Film Festival – Best US Fiction – Maggie’s Plan.
2002 – Sundance Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize – Dramatic Personal Velocity: Three Portraits.
1996 – Brussels International Festival of Fantasy Film – Silver Raven – Angela.
Director Rebecca Miller Talks the Making of ‘Maggie’s Plan’