Caleb Deschanel Net Worth, Movies, Titanic

Caleb Deschanel Net Worth, Movies, Titanic
Caleb Deschanel Net Worth, Movies, Titanic


Caleb Deschanel was conceived in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the child of Ann Ward (née Orr) and Paul Jules Deschanel. His dad was French, from Oullins, Rhône, and his mom was U.S.- born. Deschanel was brought up in his mom’s Quaker religion. Caleb Deschanel Net Worth has grown over the years with the different movies he has

He enrolled in Severn School for his secondary school years. He went to Johns Hopkins College from 1962 to 1966, where he met Walter Murch, with whom he organised “happenings,” counting one in which Murch just sat down and ate an apple for a group of people.

Murch graduated a year in front of him and urged Deschanel to tail him to the University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, where he graduated in 1968. Amid this time, Deschanel was an individual from a band of film understudies called “The Dirty Dozen;” this gathering pulled in consideration from the Hollywood framework. Following his graduation, he went to the American Film

Organisation Conservatory and graduated in 1969 as an individual from its five star. Deschanel joined the American Society of Cinematographers, or A.S.C., in 1969, the time of his graduation from the AFI Conservatory. In 1972, after three years, he wedded the previous Mary Jo Weir. The more established of their two girls, Emily, was conceived in 1976; their more youthful little girl, Zooey, was conceived in 1980.

Caleb Deschanel Age

Caleb Deschanel age is 74 years old born in September 21, 1944.

Caleb Deschanel Height

Caleb Deschanel Height is 6′ 1″ (1.85 m)

Caleb Deschanel Never Look Away

Caleb Deschanel Titanic

Titanic is a 1997 American epic sentiment and fiasco movie coordinated, composed, co-delivered and co-altered by James Cameron. A fictionalised record of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, it stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as individuals from various social classes who begin to look all starry eyed at on board the ship amid its doomed first voyage.

One individual from the “Titanic” group who is probably not going to do as such, be that as it may, is the film’s unique cinematographer, Caleb Deschanel, who left “Titanic” after just two weeks of taping off Nova Scotia. Mr. Deschanel, who earned Academy Award selections for shooting “Fly Away Home,” “The Natural” and “The Right Stuff,” is likewise a regarded chief.

Caleb Deschanel Movies

Never Look Away, 2018 / drama – history – thriller

Rules Don’t Apply,2016 / comedy – drama – romance

Winter’s Tale, 2014 / drama – mystery – fantasy

Jack Reacher,2012 / action – crime – thriller

Dream House, 2011 / drama – mystery – thriller

Killer Joe , 2011 / crime – drama – thriller

My Sister’s Keeper , 2009 / drama – family

More American Graffiti,1979 / comedy – drama – war

The Black Stallion,1979 / adventure – family – sport

Caleb Deschanel Awards

Satellite Awards

  • 2000 Nominee
  • Golden Satellite Award  Best Cinematography
  • Anna and the King (1999)

National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA

  • 1980 Winner
  • NSFC Award Best Cinematography
  • Being There (1979)
  • The Black Stallion (1979)

National Board of Review, USA

  • 2004 Winner
  • Career Achievement Award       
  • For excellence in cinematography.

Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards

  • 1979 Winner
  • LAFCA Award     Best Cinematography
  • The Black Stallion (1979

International Online Cinema Awards (INOCA)

  • 2005 Nominee
  • INOCA  Best Cinematography
  • The Passion of the Christ (2004)

Hollywood Film Awards

  • 2004 Winner
  • Hollywood Film Award  Cinematographer of the Year
  • The Passion of the Christ (2004)

Hawaii International Film Festival

  • 2001 Winner
  • Excellence in Cinematography Award


  • 2014 Winner
  • Lifetime Achievement Award

British Society of Cinematographers

  • 1980 Nominee
  • Best Cinematography Award      The Black Stallion (1979)

Berlin International Film Festival

  • 1976 Winner
  • Silver Berlin Bear Short Film
  • Trains (1976)

Awards Circuit Community Awards

  • 2004 Nominee
  • ACCA Best Cinematography
  • The Passion of the Christ (2004)

American Society of Cinematographers, USA

  • 2010 Winner
  • Lifetime Achievement Award

20/20 Awards

  • 2017 Nominee
  • Felix Best Cinematography
  • Fly Away Home (1996)

BAFTA Awards

  • 1981 Nominee
  • BAFTA Film Award Best Cinematography
  • The Black Stallion (1979)

Caleb Deschanel Net Worth

Caleb Deschanel is an American film cinematographer and director who has a net worth of $5 million.


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