Macaulay Culkin’s Net Worth, Height, Age, & Personal Info Wiki

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Macaulay Carson Culkin, better known as Macaulay Macaulay Culkin Culkin, is an American actor and musician. Macaulay was ranked second on VH1’s list of the “100 Greatest Kid-Stars” and is widely known as one of the successful child actors of his time. Macaulay became famous as a child actor, playing Kevin McCallister in the first two Home Alone films from 1990 to 1992, for which he received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy. (1)

Facts About Macaulay Culkin

Estimate Net Worth$18 million
Zodiac SignVirgo
BirthplaceNew York City
BirthdayAugust 26, 1980

Macaulay Culkin's Appearance (Height, Hair, Eyes & More)

Height5 ft 7 in
Weight62 kg
Hair ColorBlonde
Eye ColorBlue
Body TypeFit
Sexual OrientationStraight

Macaulay Culkin's Net Worth

Macaulay Culkin is a retired actor from New York with a net worth of $18 million. He had become a household name after appearing in a slew of early 1990s blockbusters, most notably “Home Alone.” During the peak of his career, Macaulay was one of the industry’s highest-paid and most influential actors, whether a child or an adult. (2)

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Macaulay Culkin's Early Life

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Christopher Cornelius Culkin, a former actor, and Patricia Brentrup, who met Kit while working as a road traffic controller in Sundance, Wyoming, gave birth to Macaulay on August 26, 1980, in New York City. The couple soon relocated to Kit’s hometown of New York City, where they had seven children. Culkin’s family struggled financially while living in a small apartment in Manhattan’s Yorkville neighborhood during his early childhood. His mother was a phone operator, and his father was a sacristan at a nearby Catholic church. Culkin was raised Roman Catholic and spent five years at St. Joseph’s School of Yorkville before transferring to the Professional Children’s School. (3)

Macaulay Culkin's Education

The academic achievements of Macaulay Culkin pique the interest of his devoted fans. Macaulay Culkin has chosen not to reveal his educational background. His public persona exudes assurance and knowledge. His enticing and pleasurable public image and qualities, as demonstrated by his acting abilities, have significantly aided his academic success. His academic records are unknown, as is any other information about his academy. He obviously keeps his data private to avoid criticism and other problems. Macaulay Culkin spent five years at St. Joseph’s School of Yorkville before transferring to the Professional Children’s School.

Macaulay Culkin's Wife/Girlfriend and Family Life

Macaulay Culkin is not married. We was married to Rachel Miner from 1998-2002.

Macaulay Culkin's Career

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Macaulay began acting when he was four years old. Early on, he appeared in a stage production of Bach Babies at the New York Philharmonic. Throughout the 1980s, Macaulay continued appearing on stage, on television, and in films. He appeared in the television film The Midnight Hour. In 1988, Macaulay appeared in an episode of the popular action television series The Equalizer as Paul Gephardt, a kidnapping victim. Culkin became known as Kevin McCallister in the blockbuster comedy Home Alone. Culkin received a Golden Globe nomination, an American Comedy Award, and a Young Artist Award for his performance.

Culkin returned to acting in the play Madame Melville, which was staged in London’s West End in 2000. In early 2003, he appeared as a guest on the NBC sitcom Will & Grace. Macaulay received positive feedback for portraying Karen Walker’s deceptively immature divorce lawyer. Culkin returned to the big screen in 2003 with Party Monster, in which he played party promoter Michael Alig, a drug addict, and murderer, in a role very different from the ones he was known for. He quickly followed that with a cameo in Saved! As a jaded wheelchair-user and non-Christian student at a conservative Christian high school.

Culkin appeared in musician Adam Green’s experimental film The Wrong Ferarri, which was shot entirely on an iPhone in April 2011. In the same month, he also participated in the music video for “Stamp Your Name on It,” performed by Green’s former bandmate Jack Dishel. In September 2012, Macaulay appeared in a YouTube video explaining how he converted his New York apartment into a painting studio. Culkin co-produced and directed a viral video of himself eating a cheese pizza in December 2013, which starred Phoebe Kreutz. In Jrgen Leth’s documentary 66 Scenes from America, he was parodying Andy Warhol eating a Burger King Whopper. (4)


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