|Who is it?||Director, Producer, Writer|
|Birth Day||September 22, 1984|
|Jordan Vogt-Roberts age||39 YEARS OLD|
|Education||Columbia College Chicago (2006)|
|Occupation||Film director television director|
|Notable work||The Kings of Summer Kong: Skull Island|
As of 2023, Jordan Vogt-Roberts, a renowned Director, Producer, and Writer, has accumulated an estimated net worth of $9 million. Born in 1984, Vogt-Roberts has made a significant impact in the entertainment industry, working on various critically acclaimed and commercially successful projects. Known for his unique vision and storytelling abilities, he has garnered widespread recognition and accolades throughout his career. With his impressive net worth and continued success, Vogt-Roberts continues to solidify his position as a prominent figure in the film and television industry.
After turning an episode of Memoirs of Manchild into the short film Mint in a Box (2009), in 2010, he wrote and directed the short film Successful Alcoholics, starring T.J. Miller and Lizzy Caplan. The film screened at the Sundance Film Festival, the SXSW Film Festival, the AFI Fest and 30 other film festivals.
Vogt-Roberts's feature film debut, The Kings of Summer, was screened at the Sundance Film Festival and the Cleveland International Film Festival, and won the Narrative Feature Audience Award at the 2013 Dallas International Film Festival.
Vogt-Roberts is directing a film based on the Metal Gear series, after reportedly starting talks with Sony Pictures in 2014. Jay Basu has been hired to write the script. In interviews, Vogt-Roberts had repeatedly expressed his passion for video games, and for the Metal Gear series in particular, and had previously met with Hideo Kojima to discuss the making of the film. In Kong: Skull Island, a boat bears the name Gray Fox after the character of the same name in Metal Gear, Metal Gear 2: Solid Snake and Metal Gear Solid. Vogt-Roberts explained how he invited potential screenplay Writers to his house to play several Metal Gear games, and noted the difficulty in keeping the game's tone for the film, as well as acknowledging the generally poor critical reception of previous film adaptations of video games.