Johnny Depp Biography, Net Worth, Wife and Children

Johnny Depp Biography, Net Worth, Height, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Birthday, Children


Johnny Depp Biography

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Birth name: John Christopher Depp II
Nickname: Johnny
Date of birth: June 09, 1963
Place of birth: Owensboro, Kentucky, USA
Profession: actor
Net Worth: $100 million in 2021, $150 million in 2022
Marital status: divorced, 2 children
Height: 178 cm
Original hair color: Dark brown
Eye color: Dark brown
Zodiac sign: Gemini



John Christopher Depp EARLY YEARS

John Christopher Depp was born on June 9, 1963, in Owensboro, Kentucky, USA. Of the four children of waitress Betty Sue Palmer (well known as Wells as a maiden) and civil engineer John Christopher Depp, Johnny was the youngest, the family moved many times as a child. He and his brothers lived in more than 20 places and then settled in Miramar, Florida in 1970. In 1978, when Johnny was 15, his parents divorced. His mother remarried to Robert Palmer (who died in 2000), who Johnny confessed was “an inspiration to me.”

He was twelve years old when he received a guitar as a gift from his mother, at which time he began playing in various garage bands. He dropped out of high school a year after his parents divorced to become a rock musician. He tried to go back to school two weeks later, but the principal told him to follow his dreams of music instead.

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He played in a band called The Kids, which achieved modest local success. The Kids then went to Los Angeles in hopes of a record deal, changing their name to Six Gun Method, but disbanded before the contract was signed. Johnny then starred in a band called Rock City Angels, with whom he co-wrote the song “Mary,” which also featured on the band’s debut album, Yong Man’s Blues.

On December 20, 1983, he married Lori Anne Allison, the brother of the band’s bassist and singer. During their marriage, Lori worked as a makeup artist in various locations, including telemarketing. His wife introduced him to actor Nicolas Cage, who advised him to embark on a career as an actor. The couple divorced in 1985. Johnny and his later fiancée, Sherilyn Fenn, both starred in the 1986 film Skateboarder Love Story and were both screened. Johnny was chosen by the film’s director as the lead character, which would have been his second big role, but the producer rejected the director’s decision, so the role became different.




From 1994 to 2002,
he starred in 1994 in Tim Burton’s biography of the comedy-drama Ed Wood. His character is one of the most stupid directors in history. The film has received huge critical acclaim, its portrayal of Johnny has been praised to the skies and has also been nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor (in Comedy or Musical). In the same year, we saw the high-income Don Juan de Marco on the side of Marlon Brando, in which his character thinks of himself as Don Juan, the world’s best lover.

In 1995, there was a black-and-white western called Dead Man, which brought in low incomes and received mixed critical detention. He then played a dad in the drama Dead Time, who had to kill a politician to save his daughter – the film became a critical-revenue failure. In 1997, she appeared on Al Pacino’s pseudonym in the crime drama Donnie Brasco, directed by Mike Newell. In the film, Johnny plays an FBI agent named Joseph D. Pistone who disguises himself and tries to incorporate him as Donnie Brasco. To spend enough time preparing for her role, she spent a lot of time with the real Joe Pistone. The film has been a huge revenue and critique success and has been considered one of Johnny’s best plays ever since.

Johnny is a huge fan and old friend of writer Hunter S. Thompson, one of whom he formed as Raoul Duke in the 1998 film Fear and Trembling in Las Vegas, based on the author’s biographical novel of the same title. Johnny also accompanied him on one of the writer’s last book tours as a tour manager.

In 2006, Johnny wrote the preface to the posthumous biography Gonzo: Photographs by Hunter S. Thompson, which was posted on In 2008, Dr. Hunter S. Thompson took on the role of narrator in Gonzo: The Life and Work of in the documentary. Much of Thompson’s funeral was funded by Johnny. The incident took place in the writer’s hometown of Aspen, Colorado, where, as desired, he was fired from a cannon accompanied by fireworks. In 2011, he filmed another novel by the author, Rumnapló.

From 2003 to
the present, Johnny usually chooses the roles he finds interesting rather than the ones he suspects of high revenue from. Critics often describe his characters as “iconic lonely figures.” Johnny has booked some of his less successful films as a “studio mistake” or a “revenue poison,” and said he thought the studios either didn’t understand the films or advertised them well.

In 2003, Walt Disney Pictures ’ Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl was a huge success, and the portrayal of Johnny was exalted to the skies as the gentle pirate, Captain Jack Sparrow. The leaders of the studio were initially controversial about the role, which eventually became popular with viewers of the film. According to a survey by Fandango, Johnny had a big impact on the audience. The film’s director, Gore Verbinski, says Johnny’s character is very similar to the actor’s personality, while Johnny claims to have modeled the character on The Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards and Pepé Le Pew, the drawn badger. She was nominated for an Oscar for Best Actor for her portrayal.

In 2004, JM Barrie played a Scottish writer on the side of I, Peter Pan ben Kate Winslet, which brought him another Oscar nomination. In 2005, Willy Wonka was the shaper in a remake of Charlie and the chocolate factory by Tim Burton. The film was a huge revenue hit, plus it brings a Golden Globe to Johnny, the best actor in the comedy or musical category.

2006 Pirates of the Caribbean: Treasure of the Dead 2007 Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End 2011 Pirates of the Caribbean: For the sake of unknown waters, Captain Jack Sparrow is once again in hiding, and all three films have been successful. Johnny stated that “Jack is definitely a big part of my being,” and even lent his voice to the character in the video game for the movies.

As Captain Sparrow, he gained extensive experience in swordsmanship, which he also featured in the acclaimed 2009 documentary Reclaiming the Blade. In the film, Swordsman Bob Anderson shared his experiences working with Johnny when he taught how to fight the Curse of the Black Pearl. He thinks Johnny is “as good as he can be” is a sword-wielding actor.

Johnny and Gore Verbinski co-produced the production of Rogues Gallery: Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs and Chanteys. In 2007, he starred in Sweeney Todd – The Demonic Barber of Fleet Street, a film adaptation of Tim Burton from the stage musical. For her portrayal, she won a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in the Musical or Comedy category. In his speech, he thanked the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and praised Tim Burton for his “unwavering trust and support.”

He appeared in Terry Gilliam’s 2009 film, The Realm of Doctor Parnassus and Imagination, as he replaced their friend Heath Ledger, who died before the film was completed, alongside Jude Law and Colin Farrell. All three presented Heath’s daughter, Matilda, with their payment for the film. In 2010, he appeared in another Tim Burton film, this time as Fool’s Hatter in Rethinking Alice in Wonderland. In 2011, he lent his voice to the protagonist of the animated film Rango.

Back in 2007, Johnny accepted an offer from Warner Bros. to make a film version of the gothic soap opera The Dark Shadow, which ran on ABC between 1966 and 1971. As a kid, Johnny was a fan himself, so he also starred in Graham King and David Kennedy. The film was released in 2012, but Barnabas Collins ’character didn’t impress viewers. In 2013, she starred in another Walt Disney Pictures movie, this time with Tonto in The Lone Rider. His collaboration with Disney did not end after that, as he was given the role of the Wolf in The Wild Novel, a stage musical adaptation of the same title. The film began filming in September 2013 and hit theaters on Christmas Day in 2014.

He also appeared in the lead role in the drama Transcendent in 2014 and a supporting role in the horror of Adyar In 2015, he was assigned the role of Mortdecai in the film of the same title, an adaptation of Kyril Bonfiglioli’s novel. In the second half of the year, Whitey Bulger was the shaper at the Black Mass organized by Scott Cooper, which was first screened at the Venice International Film Festival on September 4th. That same year he came to the thriller London Fields. In 2016, he returned to the role of Fool’s Hat in Alice in the Mirror Land, which was already directed by James Bobin instead of Tim Burton.

In August 2015, he had an appearance at the Disney D23 Expo, where he informed fans of the studio group’s future plans. To everyone’s surprise, Johnny was awarded the Disney Legend Award, although his name was not on the list released a month before the event. The next day, dressed as Captain Jack Sparrow, he took to the stage to announce the title of the Fifth Pirates of the Caribbean (Pirates of the Caribbean: Revenge of Salazar ) and the year of its introduction, which took place in 2017.

At the end of 2016, we saw Gellert as Grindelwald in Legendary Animals and their Observation, and although he was on screen for a short time, his character returns in the second part – the young Dumbledore professor, played by Jude Law, will appear in the film for 2018. In 2017, we saw Ratchett in the latest adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express, directed by Kenneth Branagh, who is also the designer of Hercule Poirot. On January 12, 2018,   the animated film Gnome and Juliet 2 was released, in which it lent its voice to one of its title characters.

In November 2018,  he returned as the title character in the film Legendary Animals – The Crimes of Grindelwald. It was announced in February 2016 that he would be the Invisible Man, Dr. Jack Griffin in the Universal Universe film universe called Universal Universsters, a reboot of the classic Universal Monsters franchise. In December 2016, he began filming Brad Furman’s City of Lies, an adaptation of Labyrinth, about the murder of Tupac. The film was released in 2018. In 2019,  we saw it in the drama Waiting for the Barbarians, made from JM Coetzee’s novel. In 2020, she starred in the drama Minamata. Currently, the  Puffinsis working on an animated series called Johnny Puff.

Johnny Depp Filmography or Movies

202? Untitled Johnny Depp / Louis XV Film (pre-production) … Louis XV
202? Puffins (TV miniseries, 70 episodes) (filming) … Johnny Puff (sound)
2020 Minamata … W. Eugene Smith
2019 Waiting for the Barbarians … Colonel Joll
2018 City of Lies … Russell Poole
2018 Legendary Animals – Grindelwald his crimes … Grindelwald
2018 Richard says goodbye … Richard
2018 London track … Chick Purchase (uncredited)
2018 Dior: Sauvage – Legend of the Magic Hour (Video short) … Man
2018 Gnome and Juliet 2 … Sherlock Gnomes (voice)
2017 Murder on the Orient Express … Edward Ratchett
2017 Marilyn Manson: Say10 (Video short) … Abel
2017 Pirates of the Caribbean: Revenge of the Salazar … Captain Jack Sparrow
2017 The Black Ghiandola (Short) … Nuclear Med Tech
2016 Legendary Animals and Their Observation … Gellert Grindelwald
2016 Alice in the Mirror Land … Tarrant Tiptop
2016 Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal: The Movie (TV Movie) … Donald J. Trump
2016 Yoga Hosers … Guy Lapointe
2015 Black Mass … Whitey Bulger
2015 Mortdecai … Mortdecai
2014 Wild Novel … Wolf
2014 Agyar … Guy Lapointe
2014 Transcendent … Will Caster
2013 Paint Lists … Matthew Smith
2013 The Lone Rider … Tonto
2012 Family Guy (TV Series) … Scissorhands Edward (voice)
2012 Dark Shadow … Barnabas Collins
2012 21 Jump Street – The Bald Squad … Officer Tom Hanson
2011 Life’s Too Short (TV Series) … Johnny Depp
2011 Jack and Jill … Johnny Depp
2011 Rum Diary … Kemp
2011 Lego Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game … Jack Sparrow
2011 Pirates of the Caribbean: Unknown Waters … Captain Jack Sparrow
2011 Rango … Rango / Lars (The Sound)
2010 The Traveler .. Frank Tupelo
2010 Alice in Wonderland … Crazy Hat
2009 Enemies … John Dillinger
2009 Doctor Parnassus and the Realm of Imagination … Imaginarium Tony 1
2009 SpongeBob SquarePants (TV Series) … Jack Kahuna Laguna (voice)
2007 Sweeney Todd – The Demonic Barber of Fleet Street … Sweeney Todd
2007 Bloopers of the Caribbean (Video short) …
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End … Captain Jack Sparrow
2006 Bloopers of the Caribbean (Video short) … Captain Jack Sparrow 2006 Pirates of the Caribbean:
Treasure of the Dead … Captain Jack Sparrow
2006 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Legend of Jack Sparrow (Video Game) … Captain Jack Sparrow (voice)
2005 The Dead Bride … Victor Van Dort (voice)
2005 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory … Willy Wonka
2004 Count of Rochester – Hell Lust … Rochester
2004 Me, Peter Pan … Sir James Matthew Barrie
2004 Variations on Marriage .. L’inconnu
2004 Kings of Texas (TV Series) … Yogi Victor (voice)
2004 The Secret Window … Mort Rainey
2003 Blooper Reel (Video short) … Captain Jack Sparrow
2003 Once Upon a Time in Mexico … Sands
2003 The Caribbean Pirates of the Sea: The Curse of the Black Pearl … Captain Jack Sparrow
2001 From Hell … Inspector Frederick Abberline
2001 Torn … George Jung
2000 Fast Track (TV Series) … Customer in suit store
2000 Chocolate … Roux
2000 Before the night descends … Bon Bon / Lieutenant Victor
2000 The Crying Man … Cesar
1999 The Legend of the Sleepy Valley … Ichabod Crane
1999 The Astronaut … Commander Spencer Armacost
1999 The Ninth Gate … Dean Corso
1999 The Pastor of Dibley (TV Series) … Johnny Depp
1998 Fear and Trembling in Las Vegas … Raoul Duke
1997 The Price of Death … Raphael
1997 Nickname: Donnie Brasco … Donnie
1995 Dead Time … Gene Watson
1995 Dead Man … William Blake
1994 Don Juan de Marco … Don Juan DeMarco
1994 Ed Wood … Ed Wood
1993 Gilbert Grape … Gilbert Grape
1993 Benny and Joon … Sam
1992 Arizona Dreamers … Axel Blackmar
1991 Freddy’s Death – The Last Nightmare … Guy on TV (as Oprah Noodlemantra)
1990 Scissorhands Edward … Scissorhands Edward
1987-1990 21 Jump Street (TV Series) … Officer Tom Hanson
1990 Cry-Baby … Cry-Baby
1988 RPG II (Short) … Vince Dooley
1987 Hotel (TV Series) … Rob Cameron
1986 Section A … Lerner
1986 Slow Burn (TV Movie) … Donnie Fleischer
1986 RPG (Short) … Vinnie Dooler
1985 Lady Blue (TV Series) … Lionel Viland
1985 Bikini Hunters … Jack
1985 Dummies (Short) … Pete
1984 Nightmare on Elm Street … Glen Lantz

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