Frank Miller Net worth $25 million
Frank Miller Net Worth: Frank Miller is an American comic book artist, writer, and film director who has a net worth of $25 million. Over a diverse career, Frank has been involved with a number of significant film and comic book projects. He is best known for his dark, film noir-style comic book stories and graphic novels “Ronin,” “Sin City,” Daredevil: Born Again,” “300,” and “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns.” Frank also directed the 2008 film “The Spirit” and co-directed “Sin City” (2005) and “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For” (2014) with Robert Rodriguez. Miller burst onto the comic book scene with his work on “Daredevil” for Marvel comics, and he created the Elektra character, who would be portrayed by Jennifer Garner in the feature films “Daredevil” (2003) and “Elektra” (2005).
First with “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns” and later with “Batman: Year One,” Frank both rewrote continuity and changed how many comic books would be done in the future. Later, he went to the publisher Dark Horse for his future projects due to a battle over censorship with DC Comics. It would be at Dark Horse that he published first a “Sin City” short series and later graphic novels in a noir style that captured the dark, grimy, and evil town known as Basin City, Sin City to its inhabitants. Miller continues to show his creativity and love for comics in many ways and will not just be remembered for his work on “Batman,” but for his great body of work that has contributed a great deal to the comic book world. It has been said that he has produced some of the best movies never seen on the big screen, which, up until 2005’s “Sin City” was as true a sentiment as could be said of a living artist.
Early Life: Frank Miller was born Frank O’Neill Miller on January 27, 1957, in Olney, Maryland. His mother was a nurse, and his father was a carpenter and electrician. Frank grew up with six siblings in an Irish Catholic household in Montpelier, Vermont.
Career: Growing up, Miller loved comics, and after moving to New York City, he met comics artist Neal Adams, who got Frank a job at Gold Key Comics. Though Miller was not officially credited, it is believed that he was responsible Royal Feast” in “The Twilight Zone #84” and “Endless Cloud” in “The Twilight Zone #85” in 1978. His first official credit was “Deliver Me From D-Day” in DC Comics’ “Weird War Tales” (1978). In November 1978, Miller penciled “The Master Assassin of Mars, Part 3” in Marvel Comics’ “John Carter, Warlord of Mars #18.” He worked as a fill-in and cover artist at Marvel, and when he was drawing “Peter Parker, The Spectacular Spider-Man #27–28” (1979), which featured Daredevil, he saw potential in the character and asked to work on “Daredevil” comics, debuting with “Daredevil #158” in May 1979. Frank became “Daredevil’s” writer and penciller with January 1981’s “Daredevil #168,” and Marvel was so impressed with the rise in sales that they began publishing the series monthly instead of bimonthly.