How much was Philip Seymour Hoffman's net worth upon his unexpected death February 2, 2014? Who will inherit his fortune? How will the multi-million dollar estate be divvied up? Oscar winner Philip Seymour Hoffman's net worth is estimated at $35 million, and while friends, family and fans of The Hunger Games actor are still mourning his tragic passing, the question looming in the background is what will become of the star's sizable fortune.
Who Will Inherit Philip Seymour Hoffman's 35 Million Dollar Estate?
During his lifetime, Hoffman enjoyed a great success as an actor with roles in popular films like The Big Lebowski, Scent of a Woman, Love Liza, Capote and The Hunger Games. Phillip Seymour Hoffman's net worth is estimated at $35 million, and while there is no confirmation regarding who will inherit the star's fortune, it is assumed the inheritance will be given to Hoffman's partner, Mimi O'Donnell and their three children, Cooper Alexander Hoffman, Tallulah Hoffman and Willa Hoffman. It is unknown how the money will be divided or if some of Hoffman's estate will be donated to any charities.
What Happened To Philip Seymour Hoffman? Early Death Report Say Drug Overdose But Official Autopsy Confirms Cause Of Death Monday
Philip Seymour Hoffman's death was reported around midday on Sunday as the award-winning actor was found dead in his NYC apartment on Sunday morning around 11:00 a.m. Initial reports stated that the cause of death was drug overdose. Hoffman was found by a friend who witnessed him dead with a needle in his arm. It is presumed by many that the actor may have begun using heroin again after having attended rehab nearly a year ago. Phillip Seymour Hoffman was just 46 when he died. The official autopsy is expected to be issued today, revealing Hoffman's cause of death.
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Fans of The Hunger Games actor have shared their condolences for the family and memories of the actor online via social media sites like Twitter and Facebook. Some of the reactions are posted below.
Twitter Reacts To Philip Seymour Hoffman's Death
— Aleyx Steffens (@AleyxSteffens) February 3, 2014
Oh, Phillip Seymour Hoffman. What a damn, damn shame.
— Pablo Defendini (@pablod) February 3, 2014
On @Morning_Joe Of Phillip Seymour Hoffman, James Lipton says "Finest actor of a generation ...taken by goddam drugs..." So true.
— Missi Baker (@srenatee) February 3, 2014
Autopsy expected today for actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman, found dead in his NYC apartment from an apparent drug overdose.
— WINK Mornings (@winkmornings) February 3, 2014