George Lucas Biography
|Full Name||George Walton Lucas Jr.|
|Professions||Director, Producer, Screenwriter|
|Physical Status & More|
|Weight||77 kg, 170 lbs|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Distinctive Features||Rounded Chin,
Tends to wear thin rimmed round power glasses
|Father||George Walton Lucas Sr.(Stationary Store Owner)|
|Mother||Dorothy Ellinore Lucas|
|Sister||3 Siblings (Ann Lucas, Kathleen Lucas, Wendy Lucas)|
|Children||4 Children (Amanda Lucas, Everest Hobson Lucas, Katie Lucas, Jett Lucas)|
|Spouse||Linda Ronstadt (Ex-1969) ,Mellody Hobson (Present)|
|Date Of Birth||14 May, 1944|
|Birthplace||Modesto, California, United States|
|Education||USC School of Cinematic Arts (1967)|
|Net Worth||560 crores USD|
|Residence||San Anselmo, California, United States|
|First Film||Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom(1994 action comedy film)|
|First TV Show||Bitte Umlattern (1978 documentary series)|
|Movie||The Phantom Menace|
|Drink||The Classic Cocktail Consisting of Whiskey, Simple Syrup, Angostura Bitters and Maraschino Cherries.|
George Walton Lucas Jr. was born on 14 May 1944 in Modesto, California. Lucas is an American film director, producer, screenplay and writer. George Lucas’ father’s name was George Walton Lucas sr., He owned a stationery store. His mother’s name was Drothy Ellinore Lucas.
His father wanted George to start working for him because Lucas had turned 18. george lucas was planning to go to art school, then he made an announcement that he would become a billionaire by the time he was 30 years old. Later Lucas started studying at Modesto Junior College, where Lucas Studied sociology, anthropology and literature, and had also participated in camera shooting and car races.
Lucas is the most financially successful filmmaker in history, and Lucas has been nominated for four Academy Awards. Lucas is very well known for his Lucas Arts, lucas films, Star Wars and Industrial Light and Magic.
Lucas served as president in the film Lucas before selling his company to The Walt Disney. His films are the highest-grossing films at the North American box office. Lucas is considered an important figure of the 20the century New Hollywood movement.
George Walton Lucas Facts
Lucas had a dog that was a major influence on his work.
Star Wars was not an easy sell for George Lucas.
George Lucas Han Solo is partly based on Francis Ford Coppola.
Lucas once worked for the Rolling Stones as a camera run.
Lucas never wanted to be a filmmaker.