Quick Facts of Robort Longo
|Full Name||Robort Longo|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Date of Birth||1953 /01 /07|
|Birthplace||Brooklyn, New York City, New York, the US|
|Education||Buffalo State College|
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Robert Longo is an American painter, a sculptor as well as a noted director for Johnny Mnemonic, R.E.M: The One I Love and Arena Brains. In 1980, after Longo’s series Men in the Cities came in public, he became one of the rising stars. In that series, he created a black and white figure with graphite-like clay.
Robert Longo is 66 and married to the German actress Barbara Sukowa in 1994. The couple was blessed with an adorable child although the identity of the child is not disclosed in media. Longo earned a decent sum of money, as of 2019, the estimated net worth of Robot is well over $1 million.
Who is Robert Longo? His Bio and Wiki
Robert Longo was born on 7th January 1953 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York, the US. The great American painter and sculptor holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. There is no information about his parents and siblings in the media. His birth sign is Capricorn.
Regarding his education, he attended at the University of North Texas but he left before graduation. He studied art from Leonda Finke. Later he studied at Accademia di Belle Arti, Florence, Italy. In 1975, he received BFA from Buffalo State College.
Robert Longo Net Worth And Salary, Assets
Robert Longo has earned a great sum of money from his professional career as a painter and sculptor. As of 2019, the estimated net worth of Robert Longo is well over $1 million. However, his actual worth is not published in the media to date.
Longo accumulated a great amount of money through his artistry career. He previously worked for Bottega Veneta an Italian fashion label where an employee got an annual salary between $3o, 700 to $45, 500. Moreover, he earned a heavy sum of money from his own TV Series, Soundtrack and video such as R.E.M.: Pop Screen, The One I Love, Johnny Mnemonic, Arena Brains and many more.
— Robert Longo (@robertlongo_) May 13, 2016
He earned a large portion of money from his paintings. He shares his sold painting in his twitter account.
— Robert Longo (@robertlongo_art) July 29, 2016
Through the hard work and dedication on his work, Longo accumulated decent money. As of now, he is 66 and living a lavish life enjoying his earning.
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Robert Longo Personal Life, Married, Affairs, Wife, Children
A 66 years old Robert Longo happily married to the German actress Barbara Sukowa. The lovebirds shared a wedding vows in 1994 however the precise date of their wedding is not available in the media. There is no information about their former relationship in media so it is hard to find about his previous relationship.
However, from a happy relationship, the couple blessed with a child. Although the identity of the child has not disclosed in the media to date. More about his wife, Sukowa’s twice married woman. She first married to Hans-Michael Rehberg and have a child and after divorce, with his, she further married to Daniel Olbrychski and also have a child from the relationship.
As of now, Longo is living a blissful life along with his wife and children in the United State. Additional information hasn’t revealed in the media to date.
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Robert Longo Professional Life, Career, Achievements, Filmography, Awards
Robert Longo started his career at an early age. He organized an art gallery when he was studying in college. The aft gallery later converted to the Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center. From his interest in art, he met many local artists and from new york. From his dedication and hard work, in the 1980s he became one of the stars for his Men in the Cities series.
— Robert Longo (@robertlongo_art) July 20, 2016
His first series was New Order: Bizarre Love Triangle directed in 1986. Later after he directs many series, videos, shorts, music such as Johnny Mnemonic, R.E.M, Art/New York, Guest of Cindy Sherman and many more. He was once a VMA Nominee.