Stephen Cone Net Worth

Stephen Cone was born on August 10, 1980 in  Louisville, Kentucky, United States, is Writer, Director, Producer. Stephen Cone is a South Carolina-raised, Chicago-based filmmaker whose feature Princess Cyd has appeared on multiple Best of 2017 lists including Vanity Fair, IndieWire, Vulture, Vox and NPR, has played dozens of festivals worldwide including the BFI London Film Festival, BAMcinemaFest, Frameline and Maryland Film Festival, was acquired for distribution by Wolfe Releasing and is now streaming on Netflix. Previously, his film Henry Gamble's Birthday Party, also streaming on Netflix via Wolfe Releasing, was featured in The New York Times "Anatomy of a Scene" series, screened within BAMcinemaFest and BFI Flare, and was the winner of the Silver Q Hugo Award at the 2015 Chicago International Film Festival, while a prior film, The Wise Kids, won the Outfest Grand Jury Awards for US Feature and Screenwriting in 2011 and was a New York Times Critics Pick. It is available to stream on Hulu, also via Wolfe Releasing.Stephen's sister Christina Cone is a singer/songwriter in Nashville, where she fronts the band Frances Cone. His parents, Frank and Judy, a pastor and retired high school music teacher, respectively, reside in Charleston, SC.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Writer, Director, Producer
Birth Day August 10, 1980
Birth Place  Louisville, Kentucky, United States
Birth Sign Virgo
Residence Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
Occupation Actor, film director, editor, producer, writer
Years active 2005–present

💰 Net worth: $13 Million

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I had had almost zero success or exposure up to that point. In Memoriam was bombing with festival programmers. I, to this day, do not know why he reviewed that film, and I can't believe he actually liked it. (I'm too hard on that film, I think.) I'm not sure I would've kept going without a) those Ebert reviews, and b) programmer Kim Yutani programming The Wise Kids at Outfest.



Cone was born in Louisville, Kentucky, and raised in South Carolina. He moved to Chicago in 2004 and, in his words, taught himself to make movies "by making movies."


In 2006, Cone wrote, produced, and directed his first short film Church Story with actors Isabel Liss, Bill McGough, and Arian Moayed. In 2007, Cone followed with the short film Young Wives. His medium-length film, a metaphysical drama called The Christians, was completed in 2008 and featured performances by J. Kingsford Goode, Bill McGough, Arian Moayed, Sadie Rogers, Laurel Schroeder, Krissy Shields, and Robert Belushi, oldest son of actor Jim Belushi.


Cone's third theatrical film, the coming-of-age drama The Wise Kids, also released in 2011, was a critical success. It also garnered praise from Roger Ebert, Variety's Robert Koehler, and Stephen Holden of The New York Times. The film was a Critics' Pick for The New York Times and won the Grand Jury Prizes for U.S. Feature and Best Screenplay at Outfest. It was subsequently released on cable/VOD and DVD by Wolfe Video.


In 2013, Cone released his fourth theatrical film Black Box. While not as widely seen as The Wise Kids due to an initial lack of distribution, the film garnered praise from Newcity's Ray Pride and Michael Phillips of the Chicago Tribune, who gave the film 3½ out of 4 stars and called it "a worthy follow-up to Cone's previous film." Black Box was later acquired by Devolver Digital Films for a late 2014 cable/VOD release.


Cone completed two unreleased features in 2014, The Mystery of Life and This Afternoon, and in 2015 completed the coming-of-age drama Henry Gamble's Birthday Party. His latest film, Princess Cyd, premiered at the Maryland Film Festival on May 4, 2017. In an interview with Silver Screen Beat, Cone revealed that his next film, an untitled Southern family drama, will begin shooting in 2018.