Emilio Estévez
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Emilio Estévez

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Emilio Estévez net worth:
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Screenwriter, producer, actor and filmmaker from United States. Emilio Estévez has a net worth of $15 million.

Emilio Estévez was born on May 12th, 1962 in Staten Island, New York (USA). He is the eldest son of actor Martin Sheen (born Ramón Estévez), of Spanish origin, and artist Janet Templeton. His brothers are Ramón Estévez, Charlie Sheen (born Carlos Estévez), and Renée Estévez.  He initially attended public school in New York, but was transferred to a prestigious private school once his father’s career was launched.

Unlike his brother Charlie, Emilio and his other brothers, Ramón and Renée, did not adopt his father’s artistic surname. Emilio admitted that he liked the alignment of his initials “E” and that “he did not want to go into business as the son of Martin Sheen.”

Career

He had a role in a drama produced by the Catholic Paulist order. It was his first one. Shortly thereafter, he made his stage debut with his father in Mister Roberts at the Burt Reynolds restaurant theater in Jupiter, Florida (this was the only work his father ever put on). Since then, father and son worked together in the 1982 ABC-TV movie about young people in jail, in which Emilio did the casting.

Estévez received great attention during the 1980s for being a member of the Brat Pack and was recognized as the leader of the young actors’ group. Estévez and Rob Lowe established the Brat Pack from the movie The Outsiders based on the novel of the same name. Lowe was chosen as the older C. Thomas Howell’s brother Sodapop, and Estévez as Two Bits Matthews. During production, he also approached his character as a relaxed man and thought the interest of two bits in Mickey Mouse, shown by his Mickey Mouse uniform and watching cartoons.

Among his other first-time roles are NBC-TV Nightmares and Tex, the film version of the novel by S.E. Hinton. He bought the film rights to Hinton’s third book, That Was Then … This Is Now, and wrote the screenplay. His father predicted he would have to feel the full weight of the address, whom he described as “an officer, not a soldier.”

Other films.

Emilio Estévez also appeared in the cult film Repo Man as punk-rocker Otto before co-starring in The Club of 5 and St. Elmo’s Fire. After the success of these films, That Was Now … This Is Now, the horror film Maximum Overdrive (for which he was nominated for a Golden Raspberry Award), and the crime drama Wisdom (Which he directed). Estévez was the first choice to play the soldier Chris Taylor in Platoon, but he was forced to abandon after the production was delayed by two years; The role eventually went to his younger brother, Charlie Sheen.

Estévez has performed with his father on several occasions. Starring (and directing) in 1996 War at home, in which he interpreted a veteran of the War of Vietnam is a post-traumatic stress disorder, while Sheen interpreted to his little understanding father.

 

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Emilio Estévez

Profession
Actor, Producer, Screenwriter, Filmmaker
Date of Birth
May 12, 1962(56 years old)
Nationality
USA
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