Ryan Coogler is a well-known Film Producer, director cum screenwriter who is famous for the movies Black Panther and Creed. He is an award-winning director who took his fans by breathtaking and awesome directing and screenwriting skills.
Ryan Coogler was born as Ryan Kyle Coogler on 23 May 1986 under the zodiac sign Gemini. He was born to parents; father Ira Coogler and mother Joselyn Coogler in Oakland, California, the United Staes.
He pursued his schooling from Saint Mary’s College High School, Albany, California. Then he went to Saint Mary’s College of California as he received a football scholarship. Later he canceled his scholarship and joined Sacramento State University.
Ryan Coogler married to his longtime girlfriend Zinzi Evans in 2016. The couple dated each other from their high school. As of early March 2019, the couple does not have any baby but the directors’ wife is pregnant and expecting their first child.
The news of the baby was originally provided by Zinzi’s hairstylist, Alexander Armand. The future mother walked on the red carpet at the 91st Academy Awards show.
The future father in an interview with The YBF told, “I found I want daughters real, real bad. Like Plural.” Further, he added: “I thought, Making Fruitvale Station, I want kids. But like, on this one, I have to have some daughters.”
The couple is living a blissful married life without any rumours of split or divorce.
Ryan Coogler has a net worth $10 million. He earns a lucrative salary from his eminent career as a screenwriter and film director.
According to a verified source, in the USA, the average salary of a film director is estimated to be around $59,581.
He is well known for screenwriting and directing popular movies such as Creed and Black Panther. He started his career from the short films while he was at the USC.
For his contribution to the entertainment industry, he received the Dana and Albert Broccoli Award for Filmmaking Excellence in 2009. He was nominated for many awards and few of them are Gotham Independent Film Audience Award, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Writing in a Motion Picture.