Mickey Rourke Net Worth 2021: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships


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Mickey Rourke Wiki Biography

Philip Andre Rourke, Jr. was born on 16 September 1952, in Schenectady, New York USA of Irish (father) and Scottish, English, Frencg and German (mother) descent. Known under his professional name of Mickey Rourke, he has accumulated his net worth from being a boxer, an actor, screenwriter and music supervision.

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So just how rich is Mickey Rourke? Sources have estimated that Mickey’s net worth which is currently over $10 million dollars, his wealth having been earned from all the above-mentioned activities.

Mickey Rourke Net Worth $10 Million

Mickey Rourke’s father, Philip Andre Rourke Sr., was a body builder, and his mother, Annette Cameron, worked as a police officer. Rourke was fond of boxing from his early years of adolescence. From 1964 to 1973 his boxing record was twenty-seven wins and three losses, which certainly assisted his net worth. Mickey Rourke further expanded his net worth account as an actor, with a supporting role in the film ‘1941’ directed by Steven Spielberg. Also, he appeared in films including ‘Body Heat’ written and directed by Lawrence Kasdan, ‘Diner’ written and directed by Barry Levinson – which has brought him the award of the Best Supporting Actor from The National Society of Film Critics – ‘Rumble Fish’ and ‘The Outsiders’ directed by Francis Ford Coppola. However, the film ‘9½ Weeks’ directed by Adrian Lyne increased Mickey’s net worth much more, as he landed a leading role with famous actress Kim Basinger in the erotic thriller; he was considered to be one of the sexiest actors at the time. He also was starred in the films ‘Barfly’ directed by Barbet Schroeder, ‘Angel Heart’ directed by Alan Parker, ‘Francesco’ directed by Liliana Cavani, ‘Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man’ directed by Simon Wincer, and ‘White Sands’ directed by Roger Donaldson. However, Mickey was a tough personality, and apparently difficult to work with.

In 1991, He decided to check himself to see if he was still able to fight in the ring. This attempt cost him an operation of face plastic surgery, as he was past fighting. In the late 1990’s Mickey got back onto the big screen, and played in the action film ‘Double Team’ directed by Tsui Hark, ‘Another 9½ Weeks’ directed by Anne Goursaud, and ‘Spun’ directed by Jonas Akerlund, but the films were poorly evaluated by critics and audience. Nevertheless, Rourke managed to prove that he was one of the best and added to his net worth after he won several awards for his role of Marv in the thriller ‘Sin City’, which was produced, written and directed by Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez. Later, he landed a very successful role in the Darren Aronofsky directed film ‘The Wrestler’, which has also brought him significant awards including a BAFTA Award, A Golden Globe Award, a nomination of Academy Award and others which increased Mickey Rourke’s net worth too.

Mickey has been married twice: from 1981 to 1989 he was married to Debra Feuer. In 1992 Mickey married Carré Otis, but they divorced in 1998. He has since been dating Terry Farrell, Anastassija Makarenko and Sasha Volkova.


Full NameMickey Rourke
Net Worth$15 Million
Date Of BirthSeptember 16, 1952
Place Of BirthSchenectady, New York, United States
Height5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Weight169 lbs (76.7 kg)
ProfessionActor, Professional Boxer, Screenwriter
EducationMiami Beach Senior High School, Horace Mann Junior High School
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseCarré Otis (m. 1992–1998), Debra Feuer (m. 1981–1989)
ParentsAnnette Addis, Philip Andre Rourke, Sr.
SiblingsJoey Rourke, Patty Rourke
PartnerAnastassija Makarenko
NicknamesPhilip Andre Rourke Jr. , Eddie Cook , Sir Eddie Cook , El Marielito , Phil Rourke , "Sir" Eddie Cook , Philip Andre "Mickey" Rourke, Jr.
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/Mickey-Rourke-is-legendary-232295676908746/
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/mickeyrourkefp
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000620
AwardsBest Supporting Actor from The National Society of Film Critics, BAFTA Award, A Golden Globe AwardAcademy Award
NominationsAcademy Award,
Movies‘The Wrestler’, ‘Another 9½ Weeks’, ‘Double Team’, ‘White Sands’, ‘Barfly’ , ‘Sin City’, ‘Angel Heart’, ‘9½ Weeks" , ‘Francesco’,‘Rumble Fish’,‘The Outsiders’, ‘Diner’, ‘Body Heat’

#Quote
1 I had to go back to boxing because I was self-destructing. I had no respect for myself being an actor. So I went back to a profession which really humbled me.
2 I didn"t really care for the script, but I wanted to work with Darren (Aronofsky) and I kind of thought that whoever wrote the script hadn"t spent as much time as I had around these kind of people and he wouldn"t have spoken the way the dude was speaking in the screenplay. And so Darren let me rewrite all my part and he put the periods in and crossed the t"s. So once we made that change I was OK with it.
3 I waited 10 years for her to come back... I won"t compromise. Carre was thunder and lightning. If I can"t have thunder and lighting then I won"t have anything. It"ll be a one-night stand here and there, but I"m not going to compromise. I can"t.
4I met Warren Beatty one time and I thought ... "What a creepy puke ass." <1994 interview>
5Alec Baldwin, Daniel Day-Lewis, Kevin Costner ... you put me in a room with any of these actors, I"ll eat their asshole. (1994 interview)
6 Hollywood hung him by his heels and that little prick Robert Downey? He"s gotten like a million chances. And you know, the rumors have taken their toll on him. He needs to humble himself like I"ve had to do. He needs to make a film less than 10 million and show them he can do that. I"d work for scale for him.
7People say, "You"re so aggressive, you"re so competitive." So what? What the f**k is wrong with that? I"ll be less aggressive and competitive when they put me in the ground, OK?
8 She is the best young actress I"ve ever worked with. I don"t know if a lot of her films have showcased her acting ability more than, say, being action oriented, but she really stepped up to the plate with this one and was very consistent and professional, beyond her years. At 23, I couldn"t do half of what she"s doing.
9(1987 Playboy Interview) Success has changed me in one way, exposed me to a certain level of independence-a kind of selfishness that I"m ashamed of. I got ants in my pants. But the fact is, when I"m working with people I want to, on a project that I respect, I really do love acting. And that"s all that matters. It"s almost as good as catching somebody with a good left hook.
10The first act of my life was crazy, but I"ve learned from it. If you"ve got the guts and the desire and the talent, the first time around is easy. The second time around, it"s murder. How many guys make it round the second bend?
11I"m looking for an English wife. I"m looking for a house over here (in England). I need a boxing ring though and a full-sized gym. London"s like my second home.
12Monogamy? I can"t wait. I don"t practice it, because I haven"t met the one I"d practice it with, but I believe in it absolutely. I"d join that club in a heartbeat.
13 Stallone, when I was flat broke and I could hardly pay for a bowl of spaghetti in a restaurant, gave me a couple of weeks on Get Carter (2000), and that paid my f***in" rent for eight months.
14 I got the most touching letters and communiques from everywhere. From Emma Thompson, who I"ve never met, to Al Pacino, Robert Duvall, and Jon Voight. I got a letter from Kim Basinger, who I hadn"t heard from in 20 years. I just thought, "Wow." I mean, for me, I don"t think I could"ve had a better compliment than a few words from Al Pacino.
15 I didn"t think I was gonna win, because of Proposition 8 and the whole gay marriage thing that was going on in California. But it wasn"t just that. Sean did a hell of a job with his character.
16 Eric Roberts is probably the best actor I ever worked with, and I don"t know why in the last 15 years, ain"t nobody give him a chance to show his s*** again, because whatever he did 15, 20 years ago should be forgiven, and I"m g**d*** serious about that. Eric Roberts is the f***in" man. And, like I got, he deserves a second chance. And I wish there would be one g**d*** filmmaker in this room that would let him fly because the man, he is something else.
17Hollywood is a very unforgiving place.
18 It was physically brutal. I had to do seven and a half months of extensive weightlifting, and eating six or seven meals a day, to put on 27 pounds of muscle.
19 In the end, the Oscar should be about the acting. But there is a lot of grey, a lot of politics involved and a lot of interests. I did all I could do. Whatever happens, happens. I want to keep moving forward. There are always things that happen as the years go by, but I can"t complain. I"m still standing.
20My grandmother always said: "God has a plan for all of us." I should have went along with his, not mine, my plan sucked!
21I read a lot of biographies from Montgomery Clift to Errol Flynn. And it"s the same thing, where you take people who are tremendously famous, and over time the power or money doesn"t fill the gaps, and the emptiness that comes along with the ride.
22I wasn"t in the <19>90s, I was sitting on the bench.
23 He was this Jewish kinda dude who couldn"t work on Fridays. And I couldn"t wait for that day to come along.
24As long as I can work with people I"m excited about working with, it will be okay. I just can"t work for the paycheck.
25 I was shaking. I went back in the bedroom and I put my arms around him and said, "Hey, bro. I know how painful it is." I told him how much I loved him and everything. And I said, "If you gotta go somewhere right now," I said, "you go ahead and go there and I"ll meet you there later on sometime." I said, "But if you gotta go now, that"s okay, "cause I"ll be okay, you understand?" And he took these weird kind of breaths and died in my arms.
26My mother gave me away to somebody else-who abused my brother and me for years. And if it goes on for years and years, you"re better to take that person outside and put a bullet in the back of their head. Because you don"t get over it. You don"t get over the Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) that goes on for a decade-plus.
27 The bravest person I ever met in my life was my brother. And I miss him terribly. I wonder where he is right now. I think about that a lot. I think about if I"m gonna see him again. I think about if he"s with me ... I think of him every night. He suffered. He didn"t want to go.
28Cate Blanchett is an actress. Paris Hilton is not.
29If I wasn"t Catholic, I probably would have blown my brains out.
30 I"ll never lose it all again. It was too much hard work to get it back and too lonely and too dark. I"ve worked too hard for it. It would be too hard to take.
31 The old me wasn"t accountable or responsible for anything. There were no rules, and I didn"t fear any consequences or repercussions of any kind. I don"t want to go back to that dark place because this is my last chance, and I"m not going to get another.
32 She"s a real lady.
33 He went on to pay us like highest compliments that we could wish for. And actually he got a little emotional about it. And it was kind of like, it was hard holding this guy and hearing him and talking back to him and understanding where he"s been-the journey that he"s been on and all the others that were like him. Because when your time has come and gone and that"s the only thing you know, you can"t go and be a goddamn busboy somewhere. You just can"t do it. And the options aren"t a lot. And it"s not very pretty.
34I remember looking at myself in the mirror and thinking: look at what happened to you. I had blown everything, you know? I lost my credibility, my marriage, my money, my soul. I said to myself, you"ve got to change. And I realized that the acting was the only thing I had left.
35 I remember doing the scenes with William Hurt, who was a pretty big movie star at the time. And I"m thinking: "Well, if that"s a movie star, I"m not going to have no problem in this town." So, you know, the attitude. It was there from the start.
36 I got hurt more in the three months of wrestling than I did in 16 years of boxing.
37 I expect to be back at the Oscars in about two years time. I expect my script "Wild Horses" to be picked up soon, I"ll star in it, and then win the Oscar.
38 She"s a hell of a talent and was very brave for taking her clothes off all the time. I enjoyed looking at her!
39 It"s bittersweet. I said to myself I"d rather have Loki another two years than an Oscar and I told her that.
40 The director was kind of an a**hole, but the project was very interesting. "Charles Bukowski" was on the set. I liked Charlie. Charlie was cool with me. I was never a Bukowski fanatic or anything. I did enjoy reading a few of his books, but, you know, it wasn"t like he was Tennessee Williams to me.
41 I think that movie is the best work I"ve done for 15 years.
42I"m Irish and French.
43 We were watching a soccer game one time during the World Cup, and Italy and Ireland were playing. I said, "John"-because he, you know, liked to gamble-I said, "I"ll take Ireland." And Italy was favored up the ass, right? But Ireland ended up winning the f**king game. And before that I said to John, "What do you want to bet? Ten grand? Whatever? Whatever you want to do." He says, "No, no. I"m never going to take your money. Let"s bet watches." Right? I"ll tell you something. His friends came over three weeks later and brought me the most beautiful f**king watch I"ve ever seen. Autographed, "To Mick, All the best. JG."
44 I learned a lot watching Tony in action. I mean, here"s a guy who"s been one of the great actors for years and he"s still got the enthusiasm of a kid. He keeps trying to sustain a higher and higher level. You can"t tell from looking at him, but try moving him. The guy"s strong, he"s built like a fire hydrant.
45 When I read the story and then met Darren Aronofsky I knew he was going to make me go to some dark places and it would be painful emotionally and physically. But I"m so glad I did it because it is the best work I"ve done in the best film of my career.
46 My mansion in Beverly Hills was like something from Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982) - Elvis on acid. The neighbors were moving in and out almost monthly.
47 Loki is deeply missed but with me in spirit. I feel very blessed that she fell asleep peacefully in my arms.
48 In six months I went from 195 pounds to 230. This was solid muscle. I hired a trainer from the Israeli army, and he was very strict. We trained twice a day with heavy weights, and my eating habits became super-high protein, low carbs, and, let"s say, a lot of vitamins.
49 I have a lot of respect for a sport I was ignorant about. I take my hat off to those guys, I really do.
50 It was a sport I looked down on as fake and theatrical. My half brothers used to go and watch it all the time and think it was real, but I couldn"t stand the f**king sport. I had a terrible disdain for it.
51Actors should shut up about politics, because they tend to be ill-informed finger-pointers who just cozy up to some flavor-of-the-month liberal, you know?
52 I want to thank my publicist, Paula Woods, for having the hardest job in showbiz: telling me ... what to eat, how to dress, what to f***.
53 I was bouncing at a transvestite nightclub... and back then all the transvestites were on this sh*t called Angel Dust, so you"d hit them over the head with a baseball bat but they"d keep on coming.
54 I called up a guy who used to hang with me and asked where I might get me some construction work. He brushed me off and said he didn"t have time for my sh*t.
55Hollywood"s a town built on envy.
56I"ll never be mellow, OK? I"d rather be dead than mellow. You might as well take me out the back and shoot me in the back of the head before I"m going to be mellow.
57 It"s voted for by people from the movie business and in the past I"ve hacked them all off. I was good at that. It came easy to me. I stupidly said acting wasn"t a job for a real man. I threatened producers, raged at directors, forgot my agent"s name. I really burned my bridges. And a lot of people have long memories.
58I really only want to work with material that has integrity, and with actors and directors that I respect. You know, people like Tony Scott, Robert Rodriguez, Quentin Tarantino-there"s a shortlist.
59 I couldn"t stand making that movie. I hated every second of it.
60I heard someone say Hollywood"s a celebration of mediocrity, which rings pretty true to me.
61 I didn"t think I"d come back to this level ever again. I hoped I would but I thought too much time had gone by.
62You know the song "I Fought the Law and the Law Won"? Well, I fought the system and it kicked the living shit out of me!
63 Thought he did an average pretend acting like he was gay. Besides, he"s one of the most homophobic people I know.
64For 12 years I was alone, I had lost everything. The three people closest to me-my brother, my grandmother and my ex-wife-were no longer there. I had no real friends. I saw a few girls, Russian strippers mostly, but I wasn"t looking for a girlfriend. My wife"s name was tattooed on my arm. She was the love of my life.
65Who do I share the good things happening to me with? My dogs, I guess.
66 I was fighting guys 15 years younger than me. . . . But I won 10 of 12 fights and had two draws.
67 If I was Nicole Kidman, I wouldn"t want to work with me, either. She"d have to stand up to the plate and get exposed. She wouldn"t have known what hit her. I was flat broke at the time. In the Cut (2003) would have been my first big part in a comeback. But it was my fault to put myself in a position where someone like her could dictate whether I worked or not.
68I always thought I"d accomplish something special. Like robbing a bank.
69 It was the most fun I"ve ever had on a movie. It was one of the happiest times in my life. I was living in New York, and I really enjoyed acting at the time. Also, it"s funny because that was also the time when I went downhill.
70(on his film Spun (2002)) I didn"t care for the material and I wasn"t real interested in the cast. But two years ago I put myself in the hands of an agent, David Unger at ICM, and he said, "Do the movie." So I did.
71 I didn"t have a childhood, really, because I worked my whole life and . . . other reasons. So when I had some success, I went ballistic. That was my childhood, and the party kept going on. I didn"t get off my motorcycle for 10 years.
72 George is doing a hell of a job during very difficult times, more power to him. Screw all them people who don"t like him.
73I"ve talked to my priest a lot. I used to have to call him or the shrink when there was an explosion, because I was really good at not talking to anybody until there was an explosion. My priest is this cool Italian from New York. We go down to his basement and he opens the wine. We smoke a cigarette and I have my confession. He sends me upstairs to do my Hail Marys. I mean, I"m no Holy Joe, but I have a strong belief. If I wasn"t Catholic I would have blown my brains out. I would pray to God. I would say, "Please, can you send me just a little bit of daylight?" He talked me out of it and we started meeting. His name is Father Pete and he lives in New York. Father Pete put me back on the right track.
74You get desensitized to pain and for three and a half years I developed these symptoms of brain damage-you forget what you did the night before. You have to get out when the doctors tell you to; otherwise, you"re on queer street for the rest of your life. One doctor said to me before a big fight, "our neurological report doesn"t look too good." I was like four fights away from a big, big fight and he said, "Mickey, how much are they paying you? Look at your tests-you won"t be able to count the money".
75I lost the house, the wife, the credibility, the entourage. I lost my soul. I was alone ... I"m sort of OK with it now, but the first time I"m in there, pushing a f***ing cart, getting my supper. I used to go to the 24-hour place in gay town, so no one would recognize me. The only thing I could afford was a shrink, so that"s where my money went. Three times a week for the first two years. The year after that, twice a week and now I"m down to once a week. I"ve only missed two appointments in six years.
76<1994> I thought my talent would transcend my outspokenness. I was wrong. I"m willing to give them 100 per cent this time. I just want a second chance at Hollywood.
77 It"s like when I buy a horse. I don"t want a thick neck and short legs.

#Fact
1In a 1994 interview at Cannes, Rourke said his favorite actors were Claude Rains, Basil Rathbone, Peter Lorre, Richard Harris, Errol Flynn, Terence Stamp and Al Pacino.
2As of 2015, he has never guest-starred on a scripted television series.
3Attended The Wrestler UK VIP Screening in London, England on Jan. 5th.
4Attended the Sin City premiere in Tokyo, Japan on Sept. 27th.
5He toured Moscow, Russia"s overcrowded Butyrka jail to prepare for his new role as a Russian villain in Iron Man 2 (2010).
6Attended the New Year"s Eve 2009 party at LIV Nightclub at the Fontainebleau Hotel In Miami Beach, Florida on Dec. 31st.
7Attended the 2007 Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, France.
8Currently, Domino (2005), a Tony Scott flick is in post-production. He plays "Ed".
9Attended The Orange British Academy Film Awards 2009 in London, England on February 8th.
10Attended the Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture A/W 2010 in Paris, France on July 8th.
11Attended the 2008 Toronto Film Festival in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on Sept. 8th.
12He toured Russia"s overcrowded Butyrka jail to prepare for his new role as a Russian villain in Iron Man 2 (2010).
13Attended the 15th Sarajevo Film Festival in Bosnia. He later visited Dubrovnik, Croatia on the same trip.
14Attended the Tao Nightclub three year anniversary celebration in Las Vegas, Nevada on Nov. 8th.
15Attended The Wrestler premiere in Paris, France on Feb. 5th.
16Attended the 3rd Rome International Film Festival - Opening Ceremony Dinner Honoring Al Pacino in Rome, Italy on Oct. 22nd.
17His new film The Wrestler (2008) has won the best picture award at the Venice Film Festival.
18Attended the 2005 Cannes Film Festival in France on May 20th.
19Attended the Inglourious Basterds London Premiere on July 23rd.
20Attended the 65th Venice Film Festival in Italy.
21Attended the Sin City London Premiere on May 23rd.
22Attended the Spun UK Premiere in London, England on Nov. 26th.
23Attended the Revolver London Premiere on Sept. 20th.
24Studied the martial art of Hwa Rang Do for six years under Tae-joon Lee, the son of the art"s founder. He credits Grandmaster Lee for turning his life around (after dealing with personal and professional problems) through the study of the art.
25Republican.
26In July 1964, Mickey Rourke, fighting as Phil Rourke, won a 3-round decision over Roger Hough in an amateur boxing match in Miami, Florida.
27In August 1964, Mickey Rourke, fighting as Phil Rourke, won a 3-round decision over Jesus Carranza in an amateur boxing match at the Boys Club of Miami.
28In 1970, Mickey Rourke, fighting as Phil Rourke, knocked out Ken Jacobs in 14 seconds of an amateur boxing match in Miami Beach, Florida.
29In 1970, Mickey Rourke, fighting as Phil Rourke, knocked out Paul Malsoh in 29 seconds of an amateur boxing match in Miami, Florida.
30In 1971, Mickey Rourke, fighting as Phil Rourke, knocked out Leroy Harrington in 15 seconds of an amateur boxing match in Miami, Florida.
31From 1964-1973, Mickey Rourke compiled an amateur boxing record of 27 wins, 17 by knockout, and 3 defeats.
32Mickey Rouke defeated Javier Villanueva by decision in a scheduled 3-round amateur boxing match in 1964 at the Boys Club of Miami.
33On Feb. 15, 1972 at the Boys Club of Miami (Florida), Rourke knocked out Ronald Robinson in 18 seconds of a scheduled 3-round amateur boxing match (147lbs.). Rourke was introduced as Phil Rourke.
34On Aug.20, 1973 at the Boys Club of Miami (Florida), Rourke climbed off the canvas to knockout "Sherman "Big Train" Bergman"in 31 seconds of a scheduled 3-round amateur boxing match(147lbs.). Rourke was introduced as Phillip Rourke.
35On May 7, 1972 at the Boys Club of Miami (Florida), Rourke knocked out John Carver in 39 seconds of a scheduled 3-round amateur boxing match (147lbs.). Rourke was introduced as Phil Rourke.
36Himself from Miami, turned down the role of Det. Sonny Crockett on Miami Vice (1984), which went to his co-star in Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991) Don Johnson. The role was also offered to Nick Nolte, Jeff Bridges and Tom Berenger.
37Engaged to Russian model Anastassija Makarenko .
38Ex-brother-in-law of Ian Feuer and Jordan Otis.
39In a 2008 interview with rottentomatoes.com, Rourke said his five favorite films were The Deer Hunter (1978), The Godfather (1972) & The Godfather: Part II (1974), Lonely Are the Brave (1962), On the Waterfront (1954) and Gilda (1946).
40On October 16, 2004, his younger brother, Joey Rourke (born June 25, 1954) died of lung cancer. He was 50 years old. Mickey credited his brother Joey with preventing him from committing suicide in 1998.
41In October 2001, he paid half a million pounds for a house in County Wicklow in Ireland.
42Other movies he is alleged to have turned down include 48 Hrs. (1982), Platoon (1986), Top Gun (1986) and Tombstone (1993).
43Injuries he received as a boxer include a split tongue and a compressed cheekbone. Surgeons rebuilt his nose with cartilage from his ear. His balance also suffers to this day if he is tired or drinks alcohol.
44On the Waterfront (1954) director Elia Kazan said that Rourke"s student audition was the best audition piece he"d seen in 30 years.
45His father was of half Irish and half German descent, and his mother was of French-Canadian, English, and a small amount of German, ancestry. Mickey"s and Mickey"s father"s middle name, "Andre", was the surname of Mickey"s paternal grandmother.
46Turned down lead roles in Highlander (1986), The Untouchables (1987) and Rain Man (1988).
47Was great friends with Bullet (1996) co-star and rapper Tupac Shakur, and Leonard Termo.
48Was offered a role in Revolver (2005), but turned it down to do Domino (2005).
49In its obituary of poet Charles Bukowski, the screenwriter of Barfly (1987), "The New York Post" used a photo of Rourke as Henry Chinaski in the film instead of a photo of the poet himself.
50Is a good friend of French singer and painter Tristan, who designed, among other things, the "tiger jacket" Rourke wears in Homeboy (1988).
51Was considered for a role in Inglourious Basterds (2009).
52Turned down Bruce Willis" role in Pulp Fiction (1994) to write and star in F.T.W. (1994).
53Was originally cast as "Stuntman Mike" in Death Proof (2007).
54Has admitted in interviews that he only did Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991) for the money.
55Was considered for the role of Jack Crawford in The Silence of the Lambs (1991).
56Visited former World Middleweight Boxing Champion Carlos Monzón while Monzón was in prison for murder in Argentina. The two reportedly boxed an exhibition.
57As a boxer, his nickname was "El Marielito".
58Used to co-own a very tiny soda fountain/ice cream/magazine stand in Beverly Hills with his hairdresser pal Giuseppe Franco called Mickey & Joey"s.
59On Dec. 12, 1993 he knocked-out Terry Jesmer in Spain in 4 rounds.
60On Nov. 20, 1993, he knocked-out Thomas McCoy in 3 rounds in Germany.
61On June 3, 1992 he knocked-out Darrell Miller in one round in Japan.
62Sparred with world champions James Toney and Carlos Monzón.
63As an amateur boxer, put together a knockout streak of 12 straight.
64Retired from boxing undefeated after boxing a draw with "Irish" Sean Gibbons in Davie, Florida in 1994.
65Made his professional boxing debut on May 23, 1991 in Florida by winning a 4 round decision over Steve Powell.
66Was trained by Sandra Seacat.
67Was first offered the role of Axel Foley in Beverly Hills Cop (1984). It was eventually passed on to Sylvester Stallone, and, after many script revisions, Eddie Murphy.
68Grew up in the tough Miami area known as Liberty City.
69Was rushed to Cedars Sinai Medical Center in L.A. His reps said it was for an allergic reaction to cough syrup he was taking to battle the flu. Rourke was released a few hours later.
70Walked off the set of Luck of the Draw (2000) when the producers refused to let him include his pet chihuahua in the movie.
71Has an younger sister named Patty, a younger half-brother named Joey Rourke, and six step-siblings.
72Used to own a gym in West Hollywood called Shapiro.
73Arrested by the LAPD and charged with spousal abuse.
74Filmed a role in The Thin Red Line (1998), that eventually got cut. He gets thanked in the credits.
75Kim Basinger once called him "The Human Ashtray".
76Is a motorcycle enthusiast.
77Became a professional boxer in 1991 but retired in 1995.

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78Has at least seven tatoos including a tiger head with Chinese symbolson his left shoulder, a bulls skull on his right bicep, and a shamrock on his left forearm.