Andy Garcia Net Worth
Andy Garcia Net Worth

Andy Garcia Net Worth: Garcia Had a Role That Helped Bring in $166 Million Worldwide

Andy Garcia is a one-of-a-kind and gifted American-Cuban movie presenter, TV star, and basically a man who has accomplished a lot, made a big impact in the film industry, and is continuing to rise in popularity and financial success. So,

Andy Garcia Net Worth

Cuban-born actor, producer, and director Andy Garcia has an estimated net worth of $20 million. Andy Garcia’s career began in the 1980s, but he became widely known for his role in “The Untouchables” in 1987. After landing a role in “The Godfather Part III,” for which he was nominated for an Academy Award, he made significant strides in his career.

After accumulating more acting credits in the ’90s, Andy was cast in both “Ocean’s Eleven” films. He has kept acting up to the present day, with 2018 seeing him cast in a number of high-profile films like “The Mule” and “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.”

Andy Garcia’s 1990s Career Highlights: “Internal Affairs,” “Hero,” and More

Andy Garcia's 1990s Career Highlights Internal Affairs, Hero, and More

After finishing university, Andy didn’t hang around Florida; he went directly to Los Angeles. During his early years in Hollywood, Garcia appeared as tough characters on shows like “Murder, She Wrote” and “Hill Street Blues.” He had another early role that stood out in “The Mean Season,” which he played alongside Kurt Russell. Garcia’s breakout role in “The Untouchables” (1987) propelled him into the A-list spotlight.

Andy then appeared in “Black Rain,” a horror film directed by Ridley Scott that was met with mixed reviews. Despite this, the movie made over $134 million at the box office.

After regaining fame thanks to his portrayal as Vincent Mancini in “The Godfather Part III,” Garcia’s career took off. Garcia was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, despite the film’s reputation as the weakest in the trilogy. His performance earned him a Golden Globe Award nod as well.

During the 1990s, Garcia appeared in a number of films, including “Internal Affairs,” “Hero,” and “When a Man Loves a Woman.” For the Sake of Love or Country: The Story of Arturo Sandoval, on which he worked, he received award nominations.

As Danny Ocean in “Ocean’s Eleven,” Garcia is practically synonymous with the movie’s protagonist. The film was so successful that it generated not one, but two sequels, grossing over $450 million worldwide. In 2005’s “The Lost City,” in which he also starred and helped pen the script, Garcia made his directorial debut. After that, however, his career suffered a dry stretch, and he only appeared in cameo roles rarely.

However, Garcia made numerous cinematic appearances in the later part of the 2010s, sparking speculation about a possible comeback. The 2018 sequel “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again,” in which he had a starring role, was well received by audiences and critics alike. Also same year, he appeared in the film “Book Club,” which had a budget of less than $10 million but grossed $89 million worldwide.

In “The Mule,” starring Clint Eastwood, Garcia had a role that helped bring in $166 million worldwide. A similar time frame saw his initial appearance on “My Dinner with Herve.” The screenplay for an upcoming movie about Ernest Hemingway was reportedly co-written by Garcia and the author’s niece, Hilary Hemingway.

Key Biscayne Home: A Luxurious Retreat

His family’s first American residence was a small studio in Miami. A home in California and one in Florida are now legally his. The latest one was constructed in Key Biscayne back in 1999. It’s a five-bedroom home with a pool and a recording studio.

Andy also maintains his two boats nearby in case he has to go fishing. According to Zillow Porchlight, the star was advertising the $300,000-a-month rental of his Florida mansion in 2014. The asking price for the home is $4,000,000, by the way.

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