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Fraser Clarke Heston Net Worth



Fraser Clarke Heston net worth is

$10 Million



Fraser Clarke Heston Wiki Biography

Fraser Clarke Heston (born February 12, 1955) is an American film director, film producer, screenwriter and actor. The son of actors Charlton Heston and Lydia Clarke, Fraser Clarke Heston was born in Los Angeles.Fraser Heston’s filmography includes Alaska and the 1990 version of Treasure Island which cast his father as Long John Silver. As a baby, he made his film debut as the infant Moses (his father played the grown Moses) in the Cecil B. DeMille epic The Ten Commandments.While in the process of writing Wind River, a romantic adventure novel about 19th-century fur trappers, Fraser was convinced by producer Martin Shafer to turn the story into a film script. Discovering that film-writing came naturally for him, 22-year-old Fraser wrote his first screenplay, The Mountain Men, for Columbia Pictures, which became the feature film. 

Full Name Fraser Clarke Heston
Net Worth $10 Million
Date Of Birth February 12, 1955
Place Of Birth Los Angeles, California, USA
Height 6′ 4″ (1.93 m)
Profession Director, Producer, Writer
Nationality American
Spouse Marilyn Heston
Children Jack Heston
Parents Charlton Heston, Lydia Clarke
Siblings Holly Ann Heston
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0381699
Movies The Search for Michael Rockefeller, Alaska, Needful Things, The Crucifer of Blood, Treasure Island, Mother Lode
# Quote
1 Good work – by definition – is almost impossible to spot on its own.
2 I think tastes change as you mature. A picture I made twenty years ago would be different than a picture I’d make now.
3 What I liked most about my dad’s era (Charlton Heston) was the club atmosphere in Hollywood during that time. Dialogue in the filmmaking process back then sounded like this: “I’ll produce this picture, you direct it, then I’ll direct the next one and you produce…” I was fortunate to have caught a glimpse of that old business.
4 I think the 1970s and part of the ’80s was a story driven time for filmmaking. Now it seems we’ve all went back 60 years in how we make pictures. Studio film of the 40s and 50s had this spectacle quality; thousands of extras in the background, huge choreographed dance numbers, memorable stunts and the audience would see this and go “wow”! …These last 10 years of special effects movies feels like it’s repeating that, maybe next we’ll get the story driven era, again.
# Fact
1 Host of an infomercial for the DVD of Charlton Heston Presents the Bible (1997). [2009]
2 Moved his family to a remote island in Canada, but after discovering business-travel was a nuisance, he moved back to Los Angeles.
3 Got his break as a writer when Martin Shafer offered him $500.00 to write a first draft of The Mountain Men (1980).
4 Cast his father, Charlton Heston, in Treasure Island (1990). Also appearing in that film was Pete Postlethwaite. The elder Heston and Postlethwaite have both played “The Player King” from Hamlet.
5 Born around the time of production of his father’s breakthrough film The Ten Commandments (1956), he was used to portray the infant “Moses” while his father, star Charlton Heston, portrayed the adult “Moses”.
6 Son, John (Jack) Alexander Clarke Heston.
7 Brother of Holly Heston Rochell.
8 Son of actor Charlton Heston and Lydia Clarke.

Producer

Title Year Status Character
The Search for Michael Rockefeller 2011 Documentary producer – as Fraser Clarke Heston
Charlton Heston & Ben-Hur: A Personal Journey 2011 Video documentary executive producer – as Fraser C. Heston
Ben Hur 2003 Video executive producer – as Fraser Clarke Heston
Charlton Heston Presents the Bible 1997 Video documentary executive producer – as Fraser Clarke Heston
The Crucifer of Blood 1991 TV Movie producer – as Fraser Clarke Heston
Treasure Island 1990 TV Movie producer – as Fraser Clarke Heston
A Man for All Seasons 1988 TV Movie producer
Proud Men 1987 TV Movie co-producer
Mother Lode 1982 producer – as Fraser Heston

Director

Title Year Status Character
The Search for Michael Rockefeller 2011 Documentary as Fraser Clarke Heston
Alaska 1996
Joe Bob’s Drive-In Theater 1995 TV Series 1 episode
Needful Things 1993
The Crucifer of Blood 1991 TV Movie
Treasure Island 1990 TV Movie as Fraser Clarke Heston
Mother Lode 1982 uncredited

Writer

Title Year Status Character
The Search for Michael Rockefeller 2011 Documentary script – as Fraser Clarke Heston
The Crucifer of Blood 1991 TV Movie
Treasure Island 1990 TV Movie as Fraser Clarke Heston
Mother Lode 1982 written by – as Fraser Heston
The Mountain Men 1980 written by – as Fraser Clarke Heston

Assistant Director

Title Year Status Character
City Slickers 1991 second unit director: Pamplona, Spain – as Fraser Heston
A Man for All Seasons 1988 TV Movie second unit director
Antony and Cleopatra 1972 assistant director – as Fraser Clarke Heston

Actor

Title Year Status Character
The Ten Commandments 1956 The Infant Moses (as Fraser Clarke Heston)

Thanks

Title Year Status Character
Tomas Milian: Acting on Instinct 2013 Video documentary special thanks – as Fraser Clarke Heston
A Night at the Movies: The Gigantic World of Epics 2009 TV Movie documentary special thanks

Self

Title Year Status Character
Bienvenido Mr. Heston 2015 Documentary Himself (as Fraser Clarke Heston)
The Search for Michael Rockefeller 2011 Documentary Narrator (as Fraser Clarke Heston)
Charlton Heston & Ben-Hur: A Personal Journey 2011 Video documentary Filmmaker / Son (as Fraser C. Heston)
A Night at the Movies: The Gigantic World of Epics 2009 TV Movie documentary Himself – Interviewee
Ben-Hur: The Epic That Changed Cinema 2005 Video documentary Himself (as Fraser Heston)
Inventing Grace, Touching Glory 2003 Documentary as Fraser Clarke Heston
This Is Your Life: 30th Anniversary Special 1981 TV Movie documentary Himself (as Fraser Clarke Heston)
The John Davidson Show 1980 TV Series Himself

Known for movies

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