Harvey Keitel - Famous Voice Actor

Harvey Keitel Net Worth

$50,000,000

Famous actor and producer Harvey Keitel’s net worth is $50 million. Keitel is best known for his work in crime films such as ‘Mean Streets,’ ‘Bad Lieutenant,’ and ‘Reservoir Dogs,’ as well as collaborations with directors Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino. He has received several award nominations throughout his career and served as co-president of the Actors Studio from 1995 to 2017.

Key facts:

  • Harvey Keitel began his acting career after studying under renowned acting teachers Lee Strasberg and Stella Adler at the HB Studio in Greenwich Village.
  • Keitel's breakthrough role came in Martin Scorsese's debut feature film, 'Who's That Knocking at My Door.'
  • During his prolific career, Keitel has been nominated for many awards, including an Oscar nomination for his supporting role in the 1991 biopic, 'Bugsy.'
  • After his acclaimed role in Quentin Tarantino's film 'Reservoir Dogs,' Keitel sought to diversify the kind of characters he was playing in movies.
  • Keitel also served as co-president of the Actors Studio from 1995 to 2017 and has collaborated with directors Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino on multiple occasions.

Basic Information About Harvey Keitel

CategoryCelebrities › Actors
ProfessionsActor, Film Producer, Voice Actor
Net worth$50,000,000
Date of birth1939-05-13 (84 years old)
Place of birthBrooklyn
NationalityUnited States of America
Curiosities and TrademarksOften works with Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino and Robert De Niro
Heavy Brooklyn accent
Frequently plays violent characters with a deep seated moral center
Intense emotional acting style
SpouseDaphna Kastner - (7 October 2001 - present) (1 child)
GenderMale
Height5 ft 7 in (1.71 m)
Social Media↗︎ Wikipedia ↗︎ IMDb

What Movie Awards did Harvey Keitel win?


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Harvey Keitel awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
Sant Jordi - Best Foreign Actor (Mejor Actor Extranjero)WinnerReservoir Dogs1993
Actor - Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion PictureNomineeThe Grand Budapest Hotel2015
DFCS Award - Best EnsembleWinnerThe Grand Budapest Hotel2014
NSFC Award - Best Supporting ActorWinnerThelma & Louise1992
Razzie Award - Worst Supporting ActorNomineeThe Last Temptation of Christ1989
Gold Derby Award - Ensemble CastNomineeThe Irishman2020
International Fantasy Film Award - Best ActorWinnerBad Lieutenant1993
Independent Spirit Award - Best Male LeadWinnerBad Lieutenant1993
NYFCC Award - Best ActorNomineeBad Lieutenant1992
CFCA Award - Best Supporting ActorWinnerBugsy1992
NSFC Award - Best Supporting ActorWinnerBugsy1992

Harvey Keitel roles

Movie / Series Role
Pulp FictionThe Wolf
Inglourious BasterdsOSS Commander Who Agrees to Deal (voice) (uncredited)
Reservoir DogsMr. White / Larry
Sister ActVince LaRocca
From Dusk Till DawnJacob Fuller
National TreasureSadusky
National Treasure: Book of SecretsSadusky
Red DragonJack Crawford
The Grand Budapest HotelLudwig
Moonrise KingdomCommander Pierce
Thelma & LouiseHal
The Last Temptation of ChristJudas
Taxi DriverSport
The IrishmanAngelo Bruno
Isle of DogsGondo (voice)
Little NickyDad
YouthMick Boyle
Get ShortyHarvey Keitel (uncredited)
The PianoGeorge Baines
U-571Chief
Cop LandRay Donlan
Be CoolNick Carr
The Ridiculous 6Smiley
Saturn 3Benson
Bad LieutenantLT
Mean StreetsCharlie
The January ManFrank Starkey
Point of No ReturnVictor the Cleaner
The Painted BirdPriest
The Two JakesJake Berman
The Last ManNoe
FatimaProfessor Nichols
Alice Doesn't Live Here AnymoreBen
BugsyMickey Cohen
Arthur et les MinimoysMiro (voice)
The DuellistsGabriel Feraud
The ComedianMac Schiltz
Holy SmokePJ Waters
Little FockersRandy Weir
Rising SunTom Graham
MadameBob Fredericks
Just NoiseGeneral Hunter Blair
The CongressAl
Falling in LoveEd Lasky
Due occhi diaboliciRoderick Usher (segment "The Black Cat")
ClockersRocco Klein
The Pick-up ArtistAlonzo
I Call FirstJ.R.
Saturday Night LiveSelf - Host / ... 2 episodes, 1993-2009
The F.B.I.Ernie 1 episode, 1974

Harvey Keitel's Movie/Shows Salary

Movie / Series Salary
Saturn 3 (1980)$90,000

Harvey Keitel's Quotes

  • Everyone wants to learn something; maybe not everyone makes the effort, because they get discouraged. I certainly was like that as a teenager in Brooklyn, always trying to hide my ignorance. But you have to find the strength to acknowledge that ignorance within yourself, otherwise you are going to remain stagnant. I learnt a valuable lesson with Ridley Scott. My agent kept insisting that I go watch the show-reel of this commercial director and I kept turning him down, thinking there was no way that I was even going to consider working with a commercial director. In the end I saw his reel and I was blown away by how great it was.
  • Fear is a marker I need to rise above, otherwise I would drown in my fear of myself.
  • I don't want people to think that awards amount to the value of an actor. Real success means involvement - to engage oneself totally in something. Unless you become involved, you will stay uninvolved. If money is your god, you will accumulate money, but little else. If you seek out the experience of something... you have a good chance to have a full life.
  • Existence is a struggle.
  • [explaining why he supports a mandatory military draft] We, the people, should participate in the privileges we have in this democracy that we live in, and we should all share in the dangers and the risks with our lives to protect the freedoms that we have. I don't see how our young men can feel they're part of the country if they don't participate in the defense of the country - in the defense of our values - when it's necessary to do so. I feel, strongly, that by excluding themselves, they sacrifice something integral. They separate themselves from the hero's journey - this journey we all must take to find ourselves.

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Harvey Keitel: The Great Actor Behind Memorable Performances

Harvey Keitel is an American actor and producer with a net worth of $50 million. He is known for his roles in various crime and drama films, often portraying complex characters with depth. His versatile acting skills made him recognizable as one of Hollywood’s most respected actors.

Early Life and Career Beginnings

Keitel was born in 1939 in New York City to Ashkenazi Jewish immigrant parents. Growing up in Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach, he attended Abraham Lincoln High School before enlisting in the United States Marines at the age of 16. Keitel served in Lebanon as part of the 1958 military intervention, before returning to the US and working as a court reporter.

Later, Keitel began to pursue his passion for acting, studying under renowned acting teachers Lee Strasberg and Stella Adler at the HB Studio in Greenwich Village. His first screen role was as an uncredited extra in John Huston’s “Reflection in a Golden Eye” in 1967.

Major Roles

Keitel’s break came when director Martin Scorsese cast him in the leading role in his debut feature film, “Who’s That Knocking at My Door” (1967). This collaboration sparked many others between Scorsese and Keitel that would continue for decades.

Being instantly recognizable for his performances the director’s film allowed Harvey Keitel to rise rapidly and gain roles in other films too. He had a role alongside Jane Fonda in Alan J. Pakula’s neo-noir thriller “Klute” (1971), and appeared in Paul Schrader’s directing debut, the crime drama “Blue Collar” (1978).

Performances in the 198s

From his earlier performances in the 197s, Keitel shifted into more off-beat and low-budget films. At some points he was away from the screen.

Some of the notable films of this period include “The Border” directed by Tony Richardson, “Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession”, directed by Nicholas Roeg, and “Un Coeur en Hiver” (A Heart In Winter) directed by Claude Sautet. During the same period, he appeared in Ridley Scott’s “The Duellists” (1977) and offered a unforgettable portrayal as Judas in Martin Scorsese’s controversial film, the 1988 version of “The Last Temptation of Christ.”

A Prolific 199s and Beyond

Harvey Keitel remained busy during the 199s, receiving nominations for his excellent performances in numerous films. His undeniable talent and versatility were acknowledged by several prestigious associations. Subsequently, he was regularly cast by prominent directors such as Jane Campion, Robert Altman, Spike Lee, Abel Ferrara, and Quentin Tarantino, often achieving stunning results.

He received particular accolades for his performance as a drug-addicted lieutenant searching for redemption in “Bad Lieutenant” (1992), which earned him a nomination for Best Actor at the independent Spirit Awards. He continued to impress industry players with his supporting role in Quentin Tarantino’s classic “Pulp Fiction” (1994).

Achievements

As one of the most respected actors of his generation, Harvey Keitel has amassed several accolades throughout his career. He was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor twice: in 1991 for his part of gangster Mickey Cohen in “Bugsy”, and again in 1993, this time for his splendid performance in Jane Campion’s multiple Oscar-winning drama, “The Piano.”

In addition, Keitel received numerous nominations from the American Film Institute, the Golden Globe Awards, and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). In 1989, he won the Best Supporting Actor award for his role in “The January Man” at the Tokyo Film Festival.

Personal Life

Keitel is a married man and has three children. He lives with his family in New York City but has homes elsewhere in the world too.

Real Estate

Harvey Keitel’s real estate portfolio is made up of several properties in the U.S. and abroad. In New York City, he previously owned a home in Brooklyn’s Park Slope.

In Conclusion

The name Harvey Keitel is synonymous with excellence in acting, and his beautiful performances continue to captivate audiences to this day. With this perfect body of work, Harvey Keitel has left an immeasurable impact on modern cinema.

Interesting Facts about Harvey Keitel

  1. Chosen by Empire magazine as one of the 100 Sexiest Stars in film history (#95) (1995).
  2. Served 3 years in the United States Marine Corps. In 1958, he was sent to Lebanon during a U.S. military intervention aimed at defusing a major political crisis there.
  3. Worked as a court stenographer in New York City for about 10 years while he was a struggling actor.
  4. Worked as a salesman in a women's shoestore.
  5. Ranked #37 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
  6. Has demonstrated extraordinary enthusiasm for working with first-time directors, from Martin Scorsese in 1968 to Ridley Scott, Paul Schrader, James Toback, Quentin Tarantino, and in 1999, Vietnamese-American Tony Bui.
  7. His last name is pronounced "ky-tel".
  8. Listed as one of Entertainment Weekly magazine's 25 Best Actors (1998).
  9. Was in a long-term relationship with actress Lorraine Bracco (1982-1993). They had one daughter, Stella Keitel (born 1985).
  10. Met wife, Daphna Kastner at the Toronto film festival on 11 September 2001 and married her in a secret ceremony in Jerusalem, Israel three weeks later (7 October).
  11. Has one son from his then girlfriend with Lisa Karmazin, a potter in California: Hudson Keitel (born 2001).
  12. Is a member of the Actors Studio, had studied with Frank Corsaro, Lee Strasberg and Stella Adler.
  13. Operates his own film production company, The Goatsingers, with partner Peggy Gormley.
  14. Shares two roles with Dennis Farina. At the end of Get Shorty (1995), he plays the Dennis Farina character in the movie-within-a-movie. Farina also originated the role of Jack Crawford in Manhunter (1986), a role that Keitel played in the remake Red Dragon (2002).
  15. He was originally cast as Captain Willard in Apocalypse Now (1979). He was let go from the film, just two weeks into filming due to creative differences with director Francis Ford Coppola. Martin Sheen replaced him.
  16. Has appeared in the crime drama Get Shorty (1995) and its sequel, Be Cool (2005), but in two completely different roles.
  17. Like his good friend Robert De Niro, Keitel is usually very uncomfortable during interviews, often nervously laughing through them.
  18. Although he frequently plays U.S. Italian characters, Keitel is the son of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe. His mother, Miriam (Klein), was from Romania, and his father, Harry Keitel, was from Poland.
  19. Is one of three actors to play Jack Crawford in the Hannibal Lecter films. He played the role in Red Dragon (2002), while Scott Glenn played the role in The Silence of the Lambs (1991), and Dennis Farina played the role in Manhunter (1986).
  20. Received his Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from the prestigious Actors Studio, New School University in New York City, under Dean James Lipton.

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