River Phoenix Bio, Affair, Single, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Salary, Age, Nationality, Height

(Actor)

Relationship Facts of River Phoenix

  • River Phoenix is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

More about the relationship

Talking about his relationship, he was not very open when it comes to his private life. He was single before he expired.

Also, there is no information about his other affair or romantic life.

Who is River Phoenix?

Phoenix was an American actor, musician, and activist. As a teenager, he played the main role in the science fiction film ‘Explorers’. Directed by Joe Dante, the film was much loved by the audience and received cult status. However, it was a commercial failure.

River Phoenix: Childhood, Education, and Family

Phoenix was born in Madras, Oregon, the United States on August 23, 1970. He was the son of John Lee Bottom(father) and Arlyn Phoenix(mother). His father was an American missionary and his mother was an American activist.

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Caption: River Phoenix (Source: We Heart It)

He has five siblings namely, Joaquin Phoenix, Jodean Bottom, Liberty Phoenix, Rain Phoenix, Summer Phoenix. He belonged to Hungarian- Russian- American nationality and mixed (English- German- French- Ashkenazi Jewish) ethnicity. His birth sign was Virgo.

There is no information about his education and academic achievements.

River Phoenix: Early Professional Career, Salary, and Net Worth

On talking about his profession, he initially started appearing in commercials for corporations such as Mitsubishi, Ocean Spray, and Saks Fifth Avenue. Whereas, his first significant work on TV was his role in the TV show ‘Seven Brides for Seven Brothers’, which aired on CBS from September 1982. Though it ran only for a single season.

Then playing roles in several shows, as well as in TV movies including ‘Celebrity’ and ‘Surviving: A Family in Crisis’, he made his film debut in 1985 in the American sci-fi movie ‘Explorers’. The film was a commercial failure.

Likewise, he starred in several other films such as ‘The Mosquito Coast’ (1986), ‘A Night in the Life of Jimmy Reardon’ (1988) and ‘Running on Empty’ (1988). Hence, his performance in ‘Running on Empty’.

On the same year, 1989 he also appeared in the hit movie ‘Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade’. During 1991, he also played the lead role in the film ‘Dogfight’, which was directed by Nancy Savoca. Additionally, he also played the lead role in the adventure film ‘My Own Private Idaho’.

On the following year, he played a supporting role in the film ‘Sneakers’ which was directed by Phil Alden Robinson. The film was a commercial hit. In addition, the last films in his career were ‘That Thing Called Love’ (1993) and ‘Silent Tongue’ (1993). He earned a decent amount of salary. Whereas, his net worth was around $ 5 million dollars.

River Phoenix: Lifetime Achievements and Awards

He won Independent Spirit Award for Best Male Lead for My Own Private Idaho (1991). Likewise, he won NBR Award for Best Supporting Actor for Running on Empty (1988). Similarly, he won Young Artist Award for Best Young Male Superstar in Motion Pictures for The Mosquito Coast (1986), Best Young Actor Starring in a Television Special or Mini-Series for Surviving (1985), and Best Young Actor in a Drama Series for Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1982). Additionally, he won the Jackie Coogan Award for Stand by Me (1986).

River Phoenix: Rumors and Controversy

Phoenix has not been part of any notable controversies in his career. He was far from rumors and controversies.

River Phoenix: Description of Body Measurements

On talking about his body measurements, Phoenix had a height of 5 feet 10 inches. Additionally, he weighed 71Kg. Phoenix’s hair color was brown and his eye color was dark brown.

River Phoenix: Death

He died on October 31, 1993, at the age of 23 in West Hollywood, California, United States. The cause of his death was due to Combined drug intoxication.

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Reference: (Wikipedia)