Gene Hackman's House

Gene Hackman's House


Santa Fe, New Mexico (NM), US
Gene Hackman's house is a unique rustic-style hilltop home on 12 acres near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Hackman purchased the property in the 1980s and worked closely with Santa Fe firm Studio Arquitectura to fully remodel the house in his eclectic vision. The house boasts 360-degree mountain views that stretch as far as Colorado. He had previously owned properties in Montecito and Pebble Beach, California.

Gene Hackman is an American actor and novelist, born on January 30, 1930, in San Bernardino, California. With a career spanning over six decades, Hackman is widely recognized for his versatility and powerful performances in both film and television. He achieved critical acclaim and won two Academy Awards: Best Actor for his role as Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle in "The French Connection" (1971) and Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Little Bill Daggett in "Unforgiven" (1992). Hackman's notable films include "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967), "The Conversation" (1974), "Superman" (1978), "Hoosiers" (1986), "Mississippi Burning" (1988), and "The Royal Tenenbaums" (2001). After retiring from acting in 2004, Hackman turned his focus to writing, co-authoring several historical fiction novels. His significant contributions to cinema have established him as one of Hollywood's most respected and accomplished actors.

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Gene Hackman's net worth is $80 million.

Gene Hackman was married to Faye Maltese, with whom he shares three children, from 1956-1986. He has been married to pianist Betsy Arakawa since 1991.
Gene Hackman's house is a unique rustic-style hilltop home on 12 acres near Santa Fe, New Mexico. Hackman purchased the property in the 1980s and worked closely with Santa Fe firm Studio Arquitectura to fully remodel the house in his eclectic vision. The house boasts 360-degree mountain views that stretch as far as Colorado. He had previously owned properties in Montecito and Pebble Beach, California.

Gene Hackman is an American actor and novelist, born on January 30, 1930, in San Bernardino, California. With a career spanning over six decades, Hackman is widely recognized for his versatility and powerful performances in both film and television. He achieved critical acclaim and won two Academy Awards: Best Actor for his role as Jimmy "Popeye" Doyle in "The French Connection" (1971) and Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Little Bill Daggett in "Unforgiven" (1992). Hackman's notable films include "Bonnie and Clyde" (1967), "The Conversation" (1974), "Superman" (1978), "Hoosiers" (1986), "Mississippi Burning" (1988), and "The Royal Tenenbaums" (2001). After retiring from acting in 2004, Hackman turned his focus to writing, co-authoring several historical fiction novels. His significant contributions to cinema have established him as one of Hollywood's most respected and accomplished actors.

Gene Hackman's net worth is $80 million.

Gene Hackman was married to Faye Maltese, with whom he shares three children, from 1956-1986. He has been married to pianist Betsy Arakawa since 1991.
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