Daniel Kaluuya has a whopping amount of net worth $15 million which he earned through his career as an actor and writer. He is also the co-owner of a production company, '59%' that helps him to add a huge amount in net worth.
His upcoming project or movie is 'Judas and the Black Messiah' where he will appear in the character of Fred Hampton. It will be released in 2021 in the United States. The movie is based on a story by the king, Berson, and Kenny and Keith Lucas.
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Highest Earning Movies
Britain actor, Kaluuya has done about dozens of movies in Hollywood. He made his big-screen debut in 'Shoot the Messenger' in 2009 as Reece. Then acted in the movies like 'Cass', 'Chatroom', 'Johnny English Reborn', 'Welcome to the Punch', and many more. Through which he has accumulated a huge amount of payment.
Here are some of Daniel Kaluuya's highest-earning movies on the box office and his character name is listed below.
Black Panther: $1.334 billion as W'Kabi
Get Out: $255.4 million as Chris Washington
Kick-Ass 2: $60.8 million as Black Death
Appearance in TV series and Short Film
Daniel Kaluuya is not only famous popular on the big screen, but also known as a television actor. He has starred in numerous TV series such as 'The Whistleblowers', 'Comedy: Shuffle', 'Black Mirror', 'Random', and so on.
Moreover, he has done work in some short films such as 'Much Ado About a Minor Ting' as Shocker, 'Baby' as Damon, 'Beginning' as Stanley, and 'Jonah' as Mbwana.
'BAFTA Rising Star Award' winning actor founded a production company which is called '59%'. It is striving to bridge the gap between the next wave of storyteller and the studios.
The company's look deal at Paramount Players which has produced a feature film based on the character's television show 'Barney & Friends'.
As a Theatre Actor
Besides in the industry, Kaluuya has acted in the theatre. He played the role of Leon in 'Sucker Punch' in Royal Court Theatre, London in 2010. Likewise, he has acted in Donmar Warehouse in 'Trelawny of the Wells' as Tom Wrench and 'A Season in the Chicago' and 'Blue/Orange' from Young Vic Theatre, London.
Writer of Series
W'Kabi of 'Black Panther' has written a comedy-drama series called 'Skins' where he also appeared in the first two seasons. The series is about explored issues like dysfunctional families, mental illness, adolescent sexuality, gender, substance abuse, death, and bullying. He earned a considerable amount from series where he was a writer and actor.