Harvey Weinstein Net worth, Career, Personal, and Early life

Harvey Weinstein is an American film producer, writer, director, and convicted sex offender. He is best known as co-founder of Miramax’s entrainment company, which has produced many films like The Crying Game, Heavenly Creatures, Shakespeare in Love, Heavenly Creatures, and many others. Harvey has won the awards like Tony Awards, Britannia Awards, and many others, along with his brother Bob. Harvey also worked as an executive producer for the films like Hardware, True Romance, Blue in the Face, and The Upside, and many others. 

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The early life of Harvey Weinstein

Harvey Weinstein was born in the Flushing section of Queens, New York City, the United States of America. His father, Max Weinstein, is a diamond cutter, and his mother, Miriam, is a housewife. In addition, Harvey has a younger brother named Bob, who was born and brought up in Jewish family background. Harvey spent his early life in Electchester housing co-op in New York City, along with his parents and brother. 

Harvey Weinstein education

Harvey Weinstein attended John Bowne High School in New York City. After high school, he joined the State University of New York at Buffalo in New York City, USA, and graduated with a bachelor’s degree. However, the name of the degree he studied is not known. 

Personal details of Harvey Weinstein

Real Name  Harvey Weinstein
Celebrity Name  Harvey  
Profession  Film producer, writer, and director
Age  70 Years old
Date of Birth  March 19, 1952
Birth Place  Flushing, New York City, the United States
Nationality  American
Ethnicity  White
Religion  Jewish
Zodiac  Gemini

Body Measurements of Harvey Weinstein

Height in Centimetres  175 cm
Height in Inches  5 Feet 8 Inch
Weight in Kilograms  79 kg
Weight in Pounds  174 lbs
Body Measurements  44-32-14 Inch
Chest Size  44 Inch
Waist Size  32 Inch
Biceps Size  14 Inch
Hair Colour  Brown
Eye Colour  Dark Brown
Relationship Status  Divorced  
Ex-spouse Name  Georgina Chapman

Harvey Weinstein’s personal life 

Harvey Weinstein was born in Flushing, New York City, the United States of America, on March 19, 1952, to the couple Max Weinstein and Miriam. He is 70 years old as of 2022. Harvey was first married to Eve Chilton, his assistant, in 1987 and 1995, and they both welcomed their daughter Remy. In 1998, they were blessed with a second daughter named Emma, and in 2002 their third daughter was born, and her name is Ruth. Harvey and Eve divorced in 2004 and separated officially.

Harvey Weinstein relationship

Harvey Weinstein was married to Georgina Chapman, a famous English fashion designer and actress, and they married in 2007. They both together have one son and one daughter. On October 10, 2017, Georgina wanted to leave Harvey because she suffered from sexual harassment accusations, and in 2018, she applied for divorce. In July 2021, they both officially got divorced. 

Harvey Weinstein’s net worth 

Harvey Weinstein is a filmmaker, producer, and co-founder of the company Miramax. He is estimated to have a net worth of $ 25 million as of 2022, and Harvey once had a net worth of $ 300 million. The above amount is only based on the estimate, which may be higher or lower than the actual net worth he has earned in his career.

Harvey Weinstein Awards and Honours

In 1996, Harvey won the Britannia Award for Excellence in Film and his brother Bob Weinstein. In 1997, he won the Gotham Awards, and in 1998, he won the GLAAD Excellence in Media Award with his brother. Apart from the above awards, he won honors like the Saturn Award, DVD Exclusive Awards, Producers Guild of America Award, and British Independent Film Awards with his Bob Weinstein. 

Harvey Weinstein was honored with a Doctor of Humane Letters by the University of Buffalo on September 26, 2000. Then, in 2004, he was appointed as the British Empire’s honorary commander of order. After that, however, the University of Buffalo revoked his honorary doctorate because of his sexual misconduct with many women.   

Harvey Weinstein’s Sexual Assault Allegations 

Harvey sexually harassed many women and lodged complaints against him in 2017, and because of this, he was fired from The Weinstein Company. In addition, he was banned from working with the production company in the entrainment industry. Harvey has settled more than$ 44 million for many victims and paid more than $ 14 million as a legal fee. 

Harvey lost most of his net worth because of his sexual misconduct, and in 2019, His second wife, Georgina Chapman, divorced him because Harvey sexually harassed her. The court ordered Harvey to pay $ 20 million as a divorce settlement for Georgina. In May 2018, he was arrested for rape charges, and in March 2020, he was sentenced to 23 years in prison for his sexual activity.   

Harvey Weinstein’s career as a producer

Harvey first worked as a producer for The Burning in 1981 and also as a writer for the film. Then he worked as a producer for movies like The Secret Policeman’s Other Ball in 1982, Playing for Keeps in 1986, Restoration in 1995, Tulip Fever, My Week with Marilyn, and many others. 

Harvey produced the film Shakespeare in Love in 1998, and the film was nominated for many awards; also, he gained more popularity. In 2002, Harvey produced the film Gangs of New York, which was nominated for many awards. Harvey also directed films like Playing for Keeps in 1986 and The Gnomes’ Great Adventure in 1987. 

Harvey Weinstein’s career as an executive producer

Harvey first worked as a co-executive producer for the film Scandal in 1989, and in the same year, he worked in the film The Lemon Sisters. Then he worked as a producer for movies like The Pope Must Diet in 1991, Nightwatch in 1997, and Holy Smoke! In 1999, Spy Kids in 2001, The Aviator in 2004, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For in 2014, Amityville: The Awakening in 2017, and many others. Harvey worked as a co-executive producer for the movies like Bad Santa in 2003, Crossing the Line in 1990, Dust Devil in 1992, The Last of the High Kings in 1996, Little Voice in 1998, and many others.  

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