Tony Scott’s will leaves entire fortune to wife and kids

Director Tony Scott, who jumped to his death off a Los Angeles bridge in August, willed all of his estate — worth just over a million dollars — to his wife and twin boys, TMZ has learned.

TMZ obtained a copy of Scott’s will, which was filed in probate court in L.A. County earlier this week — and according to the documents he left everything to the Tony Scott Family Trust … established in 2004.

The beneficiaries of the trust are his wife Donna W. Scott and his 12-year old twins Max and Frank.

In the probate docs, the value of Tony’s estate is listed as $1,250,000 worth of personal property — however, considering his success, it’s likely Tony was worth millions more … and his assets had already been made part of the family trust.

Tony’s famous brother Ridley Scott was originally named co-executor of the will — drawn up in 2004 — but in April 2011 he amended it to make attorney R. Dennis Luderer the sole executor … and Ridley the first alternate executor.


Tony Scott’s Will Leaves Entire Fortune to Wife and Kids
TMZ Staff
September 23, 2012