Nicolas Cage (born January 7, 1964) is an American actor whose current net worth (as of February 2020) is $25 million. At one point in his career he was earning $20 million per film. So what tragedy occurred that led to his present financial standing?
Firstly, notice that the Fate Line (blue) is concluding at the Head Line (red). Whenever the Fate Line ends at the Head Line it usually means two things:
1. The subject will earn enough money by the age of 35 that they can afford an early retirement.
2. The subject will make stupid decisions (Head Line) in regards to their career (Fate Line) which will lead to professional problems beginning from the age of 36.
Nicolas Cage’s first blockbuster (at age 32) was 1996’s The Rock from which he earned millions of dollars. Other hits followed such as Face/Off (1997), Con Air (1997), City of Angels (1998), 8mm (1999) and Bringing Out the Dead (1999). By the time of this latter film’s release in 1999, Cage, aged 35, had become a multi-millionaire.
But from 2009 onwards, Cage started facing tax-related problems which became the primary cause of his monetary downfall. On top of that, from 36 onwards, Cage began starring in flops such as Captain Corelli’s Mandolin (2001), Windtalkers (2002), The Wicker Man (2006) and many others. In 2002, he directed his debut picture, Sonny, which was a box office bomb and a critical failure. From 2000 onwards, again aged 36, he launched his film production company Saturn Films which mostly released commercial disappointments such as the afore-mentioned movies Sonny and The Wicker Man as well as 2010’s A Thousand Words.
Thus, due to bad decision-making, both career-wise and law-related, Cage’s mid-to-late 90s success has yet to be repeated as of February 2020 (he is presently 57 years old).
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