Synopsis: Billy Bob Thornton
Billy Bob Thornton was conceived on 04-08-1955 in Hot Springs in the territory of Arkansas, United States. He is an American Film Actor, Film Director, Singer, Songwriter, Musician, Screenwriter, Television Actor, Voice Artist and Film Producer who known for his work in the Hollywood industry.
Name: Billy Bob Thornton
Age: 63 years 1 month
Birth Date: August 04, 1955
Birth Place: Hot Springs, Arkansas, United States
Height: 6 feet 0 inches (1.83m)
Net Worth: $45 Million
Ethnicity: Mixed (English, as well as some Scottish and Irish)
Weight: 85 Kg
Hair Color: Grey
Eye Color: brown body Measurements:
Profession: Actor, singer, director, songwriter
Billy Bob Thornton was conceived on August 4, 1955, in Hot Springs, Arkansas, the child of Virginia Roberta (née Faulkner; kicked the bucket July 29, 2017), a self-declared clairvoyant, and William Raymond "Billy Ray" Thornton (November 1929 – August 1974), a secondary school history educator and ball coach. His sibling, Jimmy Don (April 1958 – October 1988), composed various melodies, two of which ("Island Avenue" and "Emily") Thornton has recorded on his performance collections. He is of part Irish descent. He likewise has another sibling John David Thornton.
Thornton lived in various places in Arkansas amid his youth, including Alpine, Malvern, and Mount Holly. He was brought Methodist up in a more distant family in a shack that had no power or pipes. He moved on from Malvern High School in 1973. A decent secondary school baseball player, he went for the Kansas City Royals, yet was discharged after damage. After a brief period laying black-top for the Arkansas State Transportation Department, he went to Henderson State University to seek after investigations in brain research, however, dropped out after two semesters.
In the mid-1980s, Thornton settled in Los Angeles, California, to seek after his profession as an on-screen character, with future written work accomplice Tom Epperson. He had a troublesome time prevailing as an on-screen character and worked in telemarketing, seaward breeze cultivating, and drive-thru food administration between trying out for acting occupations. He additionally played the drums and sang with South African musical crew Jack Hammer. While functioning as a server for an industry occasion, he served movie chief and screenwriter Billy Wilder. He hit up a discussion with Wilder, who exhorted Thornton to think about a profession as a screenwriter.
Career and Education:
Thornton's first screen part was in 1980's South of Reno, where he assumed a little part as a counterman in an eatery. He likewise showed up as a pawn store representative in the 1987 Matlock scene "The Photographer". Another of his initial screen parts was as a cast part on the CBS sitcom Hearts Afire. His part as the reprobate in 1992's One False Move, which he likewise co-composed, conveyed him to the consideration of pundits. He likewise had little parts in the 1990s movies Indecent Proposal, On Deadly Ground, Bound by Honor, and Tombstone. He proceeded to compose, direct, and star in the 1996 free movie Sling Blade. The film, a development of the short film Some Folks Call It a Sling Blade, presented the account of a rationally impaired man detained for a grisly and apparently incomprehensible murder.
In 2004, Thornton played David Crockett in The Alamo. Soon thereafter, he got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on October 7. He showed up in the 2006 comic film School for Scoundrels. In the film, he plays a self-improvement specialist, which was composed particularly for him. Later movies incorporate 2007 show The Astronaut Farmer and the comic drama Mr. Woodcock, in which he played a twisted rec center educator. In September 2008, he featured in the activity film Eagle Eye. He has additionally communicated an enthusiasm for coordinating another film, potentially a period piece about buckle traveller Floyd Collins, in view of the book Trapped! The Story of Floyd Collins.
In 2014, Thornton featured as sociopathic contract killer Lorne Malvo in the FX miniseries Fargo, in light of the 1996 film of a similar name, for which he won a Golden Globe for Best Actor in a Mini-Series.
On October 30, 2014, on The Big Bang Theory, he played a moderately aged urologist who gets amped up for each lady who contacts him. He demonstrated the young men his gathering of film memorabilia.
In 2017, Thornton featured in the music video Stand Down by Kario Salem (musically known as K.O.). It got the honor Best Music Video in the Toronto Shorts International Film Festival and has 13 million perspectives on Facebook and tallying.
From the time he was 10 years of age, Thornton has been in groups. His first execution was on drums at a school PTA meeting where his band played "The Ballad of The Green Berets" instrumentally. A few groups took after, with Thornton's first account encounter coming at Widget Sound in Muscle Shoals, Alabama in 1974. Later in the 1970's, Thornton was the drummer of a blues musical gang named Tres Hombres. Guitarist Billy Gibbons alluded to the band as "The best little cover band in Texas", and Thornton bears a tattoo with the band's name on it.
In 2001, Thornton discharged a collection titled Private Radio on Lost Highway Records. He played out the Warren Zevon tune The Wind on the tribute collection Enjoy Every Sandwich: Songs of Warren Zevon. Thornton recorded a front of the Johnny Cash exemplary "Ring of Fire" with Earl Scruggs, for the Oxford American magazine's Southern Music CD in 2001. The melody additionally showed up on Scruggs' 2001 collection Earl Scruggs and Friends. In 2007 Thornton framed The Boxmasters with J.D. Andrew.
Thornton was conceived in Hot Springs, Arkansas on August 4, 1955, as William Robert Thornton to guardians Virginia Roberta and William Raymond "Billy Ray" Thornton. All through his youth years, he lived in various places in Arkansas, including Alpine, Mount Holly, and Malvern. He is of American nationality. Besides, he has a place with a blended ethnic foundation of English, and in addition some Scottish and Irish.
Relationships and Affairs:
Thornton was hitched six times, with the initial five relational unions finishing off with separation, and he has four kids by three ladies. From 1978 to 1980, he was hitched to Melissa Lee Gatlin, with whom he had a little girl, Amanda. Thornton wedded performer Toni Lawrence in 1986; they isolated the next year and separated in 1988. From 1990 to 1992, he was hitched to on-screen character Cynda Williams, whom he cast in his written work make a big appearance, One False Move (1992). In 1993, Thornton wedded Playboy display Pietra Dawn Cherniak, with whom he had two children, Harry James and William; the marriage finished in 1997, with Cherniak blaming Thornton for spousal manhandle.
Thornton was locked in to be hitched to on-screen character Laura Dern, whom he dated from 1997 to 1999, yet in 2000, he wedded on-screen character Angelina Jolie, with whom he featured in Pushing Tin (1999) and who is 20 years his lesser. The marriage ended up known for the couple's erratic showcases of warmth, which supposedly included wearing vials of each other's blood around their necks; Thornton later cleared up that the "vials" were really two little mementoes, each containing just a solitary drop of blood. Thornton and Jolie declared the appropriation of a youngster from Cambodia in March 2002, however it was later uncovered that Jolie had embraced the kid as a solitary parent. They isolated in June 2002 and separated from the next year.
In 2003, Thornton started an association with cosmetics impacts group part Connie Angland, with whom he has a girl named Bella. They live in Los Angeles, California. Despite the fact that he once said that he likely would not wed once more, saying that he trusts marriage "doesn't work" for him, his agents affirmed that he and Angland were hitched on October 22, 2014, in Los Angeles.
Net worth and Salary:
Thornton has not uncovered his present pay. Be that as it may, he has expected total assets of around $ 45 million. Along with his net worth if you want to know more about this celebrity including his age, net worth, married, wife, height, spouse, movies, tv shows, imdb, children, interview, daughter, tattoos, the family you can follow him on Instagram or else go through some of his interviews.
Wiki and Facts:
Amid his initial a very long time in Los Angeles, Thornton was admitted to a doctor's facility and determined to have myocarditis. He has since said that he takes after a vegetarian consume less calories and is "to a great degree sound", eating no lousy nourishment as he is oversensitive to wheat and dairy.
Thornton experiences OCD. Different quirky practices have been all around archived in interviews with Thornton; among these is a fear of old-fashioned furniture, a turmoil shared by Dwight Yoakam's character Doyle Hargraves in the Thornton-wrote Sling Blade and by Thornton's own particular character in the 2001 film Bandits. Additionally, he has expressed that he has a dread of specific kinds of flatware, an attribute accepted by his character in 2001's Monster's Ball, in which Grotowski demands a plastic spoon for his day by day bowl of frozen yogurt.