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Edoardo Ponti is a director from Italy. He is the younger brother of conductor Carlo Ponti Jr. and the younger son of actress Sophia Loren and producer Carlo Ponti Sr.
Ponti is married to his wife, Sasha Alexander. The couple tied the knot on August 11, 2007, in Geneva.
How Much is Edoardo Ponti's Net Worth?
Edoardo Ponti is regarded as one of Hollywood's highest-paid filmmakers. According to Celebrity Net Worth, he is estimated to have a net worth of around $20 million, thanks to his professional career.
Edoardo Ponti is regarded as one of Hollywood's highest-paid filmmakers.
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The filmmaker and his family may be living a very lavish life. Ponti's primary sources of income include directing, acting, and writing. Ponti co-founded TakeHollywood.com, an internet business, in 2008.
Edoardo Ponti's Career Highlights
Edoardo Ponti wrote and directed his debut feature picture, Between Strangers. Sophia Loren (his mother), Mira Sorvino, Deborah Kara Unger, Gérard Depardieu, Pete Postlethwaite, and Malcolm McDowell starred in the film, which was produced by Gabriella Martinelli.
Edoardo Ponti wrote and directed his debut feature picture, Between Strangers.
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The film had its world premieres at the Venice and Toronto Film Festivals. It was nominated for five Genie Awards, Canada's equivalent of the Academy Award. Ponti won the Newport Beach Film Festival's best first-time filmmaker award, as well as a merit award from the Los Angeles Italian Film Festival.
Edoardo wrote and directed the romantic comedy Coming & Going, starring Rhys Darby, Fionnula Flanagan, Sasha Alexander, and Away We Stay, a branded short for the W Hotel Chain, which premiered in London in 2011.
The 49-year-old director directed his debut Italian-language picture, Il Turno di Notte lo fanno le stelle, in 2012. It was scripted by Erri De Luca and starred Nastassja Kinski, Enrico Lo Verso, and Julian Sands. In the same year, Ponti starred in Michel Comte's directorial debut, a film adaptation of Madam Butterly, in which he played Pinkerton, the main character.
In 2014, Edoardo directed Voce umana (Human Voice), a short film starring Sophia Loren based on Jean Cocteau's one-act drama The Human Voice. He was also attached to direct the Malcolm McDowell-starrer Payment Deferred, based on CS Forester's bestselling novel, and the Fred Roos-produced historical drama Behind Her Smile.
Ponti's previous film credits include a leading role in Maurizio Ponzi's Aurora, for which he was nominated for a "Nastro d'Argento," Italy's premier cinema critics' prize. Robert Altman and Michelangelo Antonioni executive produced the first short film Ponti wrote and directed, Liv, premiered at the Venice International Film Festival.
Edoardo also produced and directed the play The Lesson by Eugène Ionesco. At the Spoleto Theatre Festival in Italy, he adapted, produced, and directed Nick Bantock's best-selling epistolary trilogy, Griffin & Sabine.
Ponti co-wrote and directed Requiem for My Friend, an opera with renowned Polish composer Zbigniew Preisner for which Warner Bros. gave Ponti a platinum record. He then went on to direct The Life Ahead.
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