Just as George is one of the world’s leading directors and movie producers, he has one of the most successful independent production companies in the world, Lucasfilm Ltd.
For a man to be a nominee for more than one academy awards is no joke.
Lucas got married to Marcia Lou Griffin on 22 February, 1969; she won an Academy Award for her superb editing work on the world famous film series.
Before their sad divorce in 1983, they became parents to three kids. For a man who was surrounded with film and everything in the acting world, one should not be surprised if he finds love there too. Amanda Lucas (daughter, adopted by George Lucas and Marcia Lou Griffin) Date of Birth: July 1, 1981 Zodiac Sign: Cancer While George was married to his first wife Marcia, they tried severally to conceive but it was to no avail. Whether she was an actress or not, it didn’t matter as she was starred in a Star Wars role as a child actress.
Five of Lucas’s seven big movies have been amongst the highest grossing movies at the box office.
In fact George has played a great role in the use of modern technology with films.
Soon after her graduation from Princeton in 1991, Hobson joined Ariel Investments as an intern and rose to become the firm's senior vice president and director of marketing.
In 2000, she ascended to become the president of Ariel, a Chicago investment firm that manages nearly billion in assets.
After his divorce with Marcia Lou Griffin, George went ahead and married Mellody Hobson on June 22, 2013. Most of her roles in Star Wars were minor and had no lines; I guess Daddy just needed her presence on set.
Hobson was the then chair of Dream Works Animation. After the divorce, Amanda’s legal custody was split between George and Marcia.
It is no surprise that his first marriage had something to do with Star Wars.
Who knew that more than just the Movie, a relationship was brewing also?
Hobson has been acclaimed in selections such as Time's 2015 Time 100 List, the magazine's annual list of the one hundred most influential people in the world)., Ebony magazine's "20 Leaders of the Future" (1992), Working Women Magazine's "20 Under 30" (1992), the World Economic Forum's "Global Leaders of Tomorrow" (2001), Esquire's "America's Best and Brightest" (2002), The Wall Street Journal's 50 "Women to Watch" (2004).