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Duncan Jones Net Worth

Duncan Zowie Haywood Jones net worth is

$20 Million

Duncan Zowie Haywood Jones Wiki Biography

Duncan Zowie Haywood Jones was born on the 30th of May, 1971, in Bromley, Kent, England to musician David Bowie (real name David Robert Jones) and his first wife, the former model, Angela Bowie (née Barnett). As a child, he was known as Zowie, and then, in his teens, as Joey, or Joe, before reverting to his birth name at around age eighteen. He is a producer, screenwriter, and director, perhaps particularly known for his direction of the sci-fi film “Moon” in 2009.

A successful filmmaker, and only son of a music superstar, how rich is Duncan Jones? Sources estimate Jones’s net worth at $20 million. His father, David Bowie, who died in 2016, is reported to have left most of his $100 million fortune to his second wife and two children, with Jones receiving twenty five per cent of his estate.

Duncan Jones Net Worth $20 Million

Jones grew up in several different places, including London, Berlin, and Switzerland. When his parents divorced in 1980, Jones’s father was granted full custody, and he became estranged from his mother at the age of thirteen. At fourteen, Jones attended, the exclusive and prestigious Gordonstoun boarding school in Scotland. In 1992, he was best man at his father’s second wedding.

In 1995, Jones graduated from the College of Wooster, Ohio, with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy. Though his first ambition as a child had been to become a professional wrestler, he went on to study at the London Film School, where he wrote and shot his first short film, “Whistle”. It was screened at the Brest European Short Film Festival. He graduated from the institution in 2001.

He got a start in the entertainment industry working as a cameraman, at his father’s fiftieth birthday party at Madison Square Garden, New York. He went on, in 2006, to direct a campaign for the fashion company French Connection, which featured two women, representing fashion and style, fighting and kissing. It proved to be rather controversial, receiving one hundred and twenty seven complaints to the Advertising Standards Authority, but certainly also establishing his net worth.

In 2009, Jones’s first full-length feature, the science fiction film, “Moon”, starring Sam Rockwell and Kevin Spacey, was awarded a BAFTA for “Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director, or Producer”. His subsequent films include 2011’s “Source Code”, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, and 2016’s “Warcraft”, based on the video game series of the same name. His next film, scheduled for release in 2017, will be called “Mute”, and has been described as a “spiritual sequel” to “Moon”.

In his personal life, to this day Jones maintains no relationship with his mother. Through his father’s second marriage, he is the stepson of supermodel Iman Abdulmajid, and half-brother to their child, Alexandria. He was reportedly the inspiration for his father’s songs “Kooks” and “Oh! You Pretty Things”. He married photographer Rodene Ronquillo in 2012, on the same day she was diagnosed with breast cancer. The couple have both worked to raise awareness of the disease, and in one campaign, raised in excess of $11,000 for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. They have one child, a son, whose middle name, “David”, is in memory of Jones’s father.

Net Worth $20 Million
Date Of Birth May 30, 1971
Place Of Birth Bromley, London, England, United Kingdom
Profession Film director, producer, screenwriter
Education Gordonstoun boarding school in Scotland, College of Wooster, Ohio, London Film School
Nationality British
Spouse Rodene Ronquillo (m. 2012-)
Children Stenton David Jones
Parents David Bowie, Angie Bowie
Siblings Alexandria Zahra Jones, Zulekha Haywood, Stacia Larranna Celeste Lipka
Twitter https://twitter.com/ManMadeMoon
IMDB www.imdb.com/name/nm1512910
Allmusic www.allmusic.com/artist/duncan-jones-mn0002670360
Awards BAFTA Award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer, BIFA Douglas Hickox Award, Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Award for Best Film Screenplay, ALFS Award for British Director of the Year, NBR Award for Best Directorial Debut, Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation (2009)
Nominations Fantastic’Arts Jury/Special Prize (2009)
Movies “Whistle”, “Moon” (2009), ”Source Code” (2011), ”Warcraft” (2016), ”Mute” (2017)
# Quote
1 [on making a movie based on a video game franchise] So the gauntlet was thrown down ages ago: Can you make a proper movie of a video game. I’ve always said it’s possible. Got to do it now!
# Fact
1 Became a father for the 1st time at age 45 when his wife Rodene Ronquillo gave birth to their son Stenton David Jones on July 10, 2016.
2 Dreamt of becoming a professional wrestler, and his father; David Bowie, frequently praises what he called Duncan’ “natural strength.”.
3 His birth prompted his father, David Bowie, to write the song “Kooks” for his 1971 album “Hunky Dory”.
4 Favourite movie is Blade Runner (1982).
5 Is an avid gamer.
6 Shares his middle name “Haywood” with his father and his grandfather (whose first name was “Haywod”).
7 Went by the name “Joe” in his teens.
8 Half-brother of his father and Iman‘s daughter, Alexandria Zahra Jones (born August 15th 2000).
9 Stepson of Iman.
10 Grandmother is Margaret Mary Jones
11 Was his father’s best man at his 1992 wedding to Iman.
12 Son of David Bowie and Angie Bowie


Title Year Status Character
Mute 2017/II post-production
Warcraft 2016
Source Code 2011
Moon 2009
Whistle 2002 Short


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Mute 2017/II screenplay post-production
Warcraft 2016 screenplay
Moon 2009 story
Whistle 2002 Short written by

Visual Effects

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Republic: The Revolution 2003 Video Game additional designer


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Whistle 2002 Short co-producer


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Back on Earth? 2013 Short inspirational thanks


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Film HQ 2016 TV Series Himself – Guest
Today 2016 TV Series Himself
The Star Wars Show 2016 TV Series short Himself – Guest
Made in Hollywood: Teen Edition 2012 TV Series Himself
Cinema 3 2009-2011 TV Series Himself
Días de cine 2009-2011 TV Series Himself
Attack of the Show! 2011 TV Series Himself – Director,Source Code
Made in Hollywood 2011 TV Series Himself
Last Call with Carson Daly 2011 TV Series Himself
The High Bar 2011 TV Series Himself – Guest
Filmmakers Q&A at the Sundance Film Festival 2010 Video documentary short Himself
Science Center Q&A with Director Duncan Jones 2010 Video documentary short Himself
The Making of ‘Moon’ 2010 Video documentary short Himself

Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2010 BAFTA Film Award BAFTA Awards Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer Moon (2009)
2010 Critics Award Gérardmer Film Festival Moon (2009)
2010 Special Jury Prize Gérardmer Film Festival Moon (2009)
2010 Hugo Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation – Long Form Moon (2009)
2010 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards Breakthrough British Filmmaker Moon (2009)
2010 Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Award Writers’ Guild of Great Britain Best First Feature-Length Film Screenplay Moon (2009)
2009 Golden Athena Athens International Film Festival Moon (2009)
2009 Douglas Hickox Award British Independent Film Awards Moon (2009)
2009 Silver Hitchcock Dinard British Film Festival Moon (2009)
2009 Best New British Feature Edinburgh International Film Festival Moon (2009)
2009 Grand Prize of European Fantasy Film in Gold Espoo Ciné International Film Festival Moon (2009)
2009 Spotlight Award National Board of Review, USA Moon (2009)
2009 Best Film Sitges – Catalonian International Film Festival Moon (2009)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2012 Hugo Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation – Long Form Source Code (2011)
2012 Bradbury Award Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America Source Code (2011)
2010 Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film BAFTA Awards Moon (2009)
2010 Evening Standard British Film Award Evening Standard British Film Awards Most Promising Newcomer Moon (2009)
2010 Gaudí Award Gaudí Awards Best European Film (Millor Pel·lícula Europea) Moon (2009)
2010 ALFS Award London Critics Circle Film Awards British Director of the Year Moon (2009)
2010 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best First Feature Moon (2009)
2009 British Independent Film Award British Independent Film Awards Best Director Moon (2009)
2009 CFCA Award Chicago Film Critics Association Awards Most Promising Filmmaker Moon (2009)
2009 New Talent Grand PIX CPH PIX Moon (2009)
2009 DFCS Award Denver Film Critics Society Best Director Moon (2009)
2009 Narcisse Award Neuchâtel International Fantastic Film Festival Best Feature Film Moon (2009)

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