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Robert Celestino Net Worth: Age, Height, Weight, Bio

Robert Celestino Net Worth

Robert Celestino made money by Directors niche. For all time, at the moment, 2016 year, Robert Celestino earned $47 Million. Exact sum is $47000000.


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Robert Celestino Net Worth
Robert Celestino Net Worth


Wikipedia Source: Robert Celestino
Robert Celestino, graduate of The New School in Manhattan, exudes a gritty manner for transpiring character driven screenplays into life on the screen. Mr. Celestinos fascination with obsessive and extreme behavior is established with his award winning film Mr. Vincent which premiered at the 1997 Sundance Film Festival. The film then made its mark at festivals around the world. It won the Critics Award for best film at the Scermi di Amore Film Festival in Italy and the Best Dramatic Feature Award at the Long Island Film Festival. Mr. Vincent was also nominated by Movie Maker Magazine for the Breakthrough Award, and the 1998 Someone to watch Independent Spirit Award. In 2008, Mr. Celestino wrote and directed Yonkers Joe which stars Academy Award-nominee, Chazz Palminteri, Academy Award-winner Christine Lahti, Tom Guiry, Golden Globe-nominee Linus Roache, and Academy Award-nominee Michael Lerner. An ode to old time gamblers, now outdated in an age of powerful upscale casinos, the film tells the story of a dice hustler whose determination to make one last grab for a big score in Vegas is complicated by the reappearance of his estranged, mentally challenged son into his life. Yonkers Joe premiered at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival and is distributed by Magnolia Pictures. Roberts films also include No Promises, X-Factor – Portrait of a Stuntman, True Convictions and Stones Law. In television, he wrote and directed the pilot episode for Alternate Realities. Recently, Mr. Celestino directed, produced and co-edited the film Leave starring Rick Gomez, Frank John Hughes, Vinessa Shaw, Ron Livingston and Bryan Cranston. Leave, won Best Feature and the Audience Award at the Gasparilla International Film Festival.