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Lee Jones

Lee Jones’s net worth is about $90 million

Lee Jones

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Lee Jones is an American actor and film director best known for his portrayal of U.S. Marshal Samuel Gerard in the 1993 thriller film The Fugitive. He received four Academy Award nominations for Best Supporting Actor for his performance.

Among his notable credits are The Fugitive, Men in Black, No Country for Old Men, and Lincoln. Today, let’s look at some more interesting details in the sections that follow.

What is the net worth of Lee Jones?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Tommy Lee Jones, an American actor, has a net worth of $90 million as of 2021. He owes a large portion of his enormous fortune to his five decades of acting and filmmaking.

Tommy Lee is now regarded as one of Hollywood’s most recognizable faces, having worked in the industry for over five decades. According to his salary, he earned $47 million from the Men In Black franchise.

The Fugitive, his feature film from 1993, grossed over $360 million at the box office. Aside from that, his 1997 album Generation Swine grossed $500,000.

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Facts of Lee Jones

Birth Date September 15,1946
Full Name Tommy Lee Jones
Birth Name Tommy Lee Jones
Profession Actor, film director
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Birth City San Saba, Texas
Birth Country United States
Father Name Clyde C. Jones (1926–1986)
Father Profession an oil field worker
Mother Name Lucille Marie (1928–2013)
Mother Profession a police officer
Gender Identity Male
Sexual Orientation Straight
Horoscope Virgo
Marital Status Married
Spouse Dawn Laurel-Jones (m. 2001), Kimberlea Cloughley (m. 1981–1996), Kate Lardner (m. 1971–1978)
No Of Children 2-Austin Leonard Jones, Victoria Jones
Height 183 cm
Weight 91 kg
Networth 90000000
Education Robert E. Lee High School, St. Mark’s School of Texas
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Lee Jones: Marriage

Yes, the 74-year-old American actor Lee Jones has been married three times. He is currently living a happy life with his third or current wife, Dawn Laurel-Jones, 56.

She is a photographer and camera operator who has appeared in films such as The Hunted (2003) and Men in Black II (2002). In 1995, the couple first met on the set of the film The Good Old Boys. Six years later, on March 19, 2001, they exchanged wedding vows in a private ceremony.

Their wedding took place in the Alamo Heights neighborhood of San Antonio. Jones and Dawn have been happily sparking their matrimony for about 19 years. They appear to be in love with each other even after nearly two decades.

Lee Jones:  First and Second Weddings

His first marriage was to 77-year-old actress/writer Katherine Lardner. She is also the niece of screenwriter and journalist Ring Lardner Jr. She is well-known for her roles in Quincy M.E. (1976), The Crutch (2005), and Making Mr. Right (1987).

They married in 1971 and divorced in 1978 after seven years of marriage. Then Tommy, who played Sheriff Ed Tom Bell in No Country for Old Men, married Kimberlea Cloughley, Phil Hardberger’s daughter.

The couple, who met on the set of Back Roads in Texas in 1981, married in 1981. The couple had two children during their marriage: Austin Leonard Jones, born on November 9, 1982, and Victoria Jones, born on September 3, 1991.

They did, however, end their 15-year relationship in 1996. Victoria, 29, is an American actress best known for her roles in Men in Black II (2002), One Tree Hill (2003), and Three Burials (2005). Austin, on the other hand, is a composer and actor.

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Lee Jones:  Childhood and Education

Lee Jones was born Tommy Lee Jones on September 15, 1946 in San Saba, Texas, USA. Clyde C. Jones (1926–1986) worked in the oil fields, and his mother Lucille Marie (1928–2013) was a police officer, beauty shop owner, and school teacher. They had been married twice and divorced both times.

Jones graduated from Robert E. Lee High School. After relocating to Dallas, he attended St. Mark’s School of Texas, where he received a scholarship, and graduated in 1965.

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