Barbara Broccoli is an American producer and the inheritance owner of the famous Bond series. She is one of the entertainment industry’s most successful female producers.
Barbara is born on June 18, 1960, in Los Angeles, California. She is the daughter of the legendary filmmaker Albert R. Broccoli, the man responsible for bringing James Bond on the big screen. She grew up traveling the world with her father.
She graduated from Loyola University in Los Angeles, California with a degree in motion picture and television communications.
In 1983, she started working as an assistant director in the James Bond “Octopussy”. Then he went on to produce and work in many Bond films including the current one with Daniel Craig.
Such was her commitment to work that her father gave her control of Eon Productions (Bond film Production Company) alongside her half-brother Michael G. Wilson. The duo still runs the company and have worked in every bond film ever since.
She has also produced many stage adaptions such as “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang”, “Chariots of Fire”, “Once”, “Love Letters”, and “La Cava”. She was also part of the jury of the 64th Berlin International Film Festival in 2014. She is currently working on the new Bond film.
Barbara love life hasn’t been as successful as her movies. She was married to Hollywood film producer Frederick M. Zollo. However, they got divorced soon, and they didn’t have any kids together. As a British citizen, due to her charity work, she was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth II in 2008.
Barbara Broccoli Net Worth:
Barbara Broccoli has been a producer on the bond films since the 1990s. All the Bond films have made lots of money even if they weren’t critically acclaimed. Hence, Barbara has a huge pocket, and she is currently worth is $300 Million.