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Anthony Quinn Net Worth

Anthony Quinn was a Mexican-American actor, painter, writer, director, and producer who had a net worth equal to $20 million at the time of his death in 2001, after adjusting for inflation. Quinn had more than 160 acting credits to his name and was best known for his roles in “La Strada” (1954), “The Guns of Navarone” (1961), “Lawrence of Arabia” (1962), “Zorba the Greek” (1964), “Guns for San Sebastian” (1967), “The Message” (1976), “Lion of the Desert” (1981), “Viva Zapata!” (1952), and “Lust for Life” (1956).

Anthony Quinn Wealth Stats: Salary, Net Worth, and More

Anthony Quinn's net worth, salary and other interesting facts:

Anthony Quinn Wealth Info
Net Worth$20 Million
Date of BirthApril 21, 1915 - June 3, 2001 (age 86 years)
Height6 ft 0 in (1.85 m)
ProfessionActor, Film director, Film Producer, Painter, Professional Boxer, Restaurateur, Writer


After acting in stage productions, Anthony made his film debut in 1936 when he appeared in “Parole!” and “The Plainsman.” By the end of the decade, he had appeared in 16 more films, including “Swing High, Swing Low” (1937), “Waikiki Wedding” (1937), “The Last Train from Madrid” (1937), “The Buccaneer” (1938), “King of Alcatraz” (1938), and “Island of Lost Men” (1939). Quinn co-starred with Rita Hayworth and Tyrone Power in 1941’s “Blood and Sand,” and he reunited with Power in 1942’s “The Black Swan.” He portrayed Crazy Horse in “They Died with Their Boots On” (1941), Juan Martinez in the Academy Award-nominated film “The Ox-Bow Incident” (1943), and Emir Maffi of Daibul in “Sinbad the Sailor” (1947), and by the late ’40s, he had appeared in over 50 movies. In the ’50s, Anthony starred in such films as “Mask of the Avenger” (1951), “Against All Flags” (1952), “City Beneath the Sea” (1953), “Ulysses” (1954), “Seven Cities of Gold” (1955), “Lust for Life” (1956), “Wild Is the Wind” (1957), and “Last Train from Gun Hill” (1959), and he played Eufemio Zapata in 1952’s “Viva Zapata!” and Quasimodo in 1956’s “The Hunchback of Notre Dame.”

Personal Life

Anthony married Cecil B. DeMille’s adopted daughter, Katherine, on October 3, 1937, and they had five children, Christopher (who drowned at the age of 2), Christina, Catalina, Duncan, and Valentina, before divorcing in 1965 due to Quinn’s affair with costume designer Jolanda Addolori. Anthony wed Jolanda on January 2, 1966, and they had three children together, Francesco, Danny, and Lorenzo. During the marriage, Quinn had two children, Sean and Alexander, with event producer Friedel Dunbar. After Anthony and Jolanda divorced in August 1997, he married his secretary, Katherine Benvin, on December 7th of that year; he had two children, Antonia and Ryan, with Benvin while he was still married to Addolori. Anthony was involved with social causes and civil rights during his life, providing funding for the Spanish-Speaking People’s Congress and raising money for the legal defense of Latino youths in the 1942 Sleepy Lagoon murder trial. He served as a panelist at the 1970 Mexican-American Conference, and he narrated a 1971 documentary about job discrimination against Hispanic Americans for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Quinn became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1947.

Inspirational Quotes by Anthony Quinn

Thirteen, 13 children, and I love - I love them all. And I think I've been a good father to all of them.

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No parent is there forever. So I won't be here forever with these kids.

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And I had known Peter O'Toole before in London. And I'd liked him very much. And the thought of being in a picture with him was very challenging to me. And he was playing the starring role.

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I never get the girl. I wind up with a country instead.

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I have lived in a flurry of images, but I will go out in a freeze frame.

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