Born in Washington D.C. in December 1968. American documentary filmmaker Rory Kennedy has an estimated net worth of $10 million. The filmmaker is the youngest daughter of the United States Senator Robert Francis “Bobby” Kennedy and Ethel Kennedy. She is widely known for her documentary films, which focus exclusively on social issues. In addition, she is also the owner of the production company Moxie Firecracker Films. In 1999 Kennedy authored the book American and has since produced and/or directed a number of documentary films including American Hollow, Different Moms, Epidemic Africa, The Changing Face of Beauty, America: Up In Arms, All Kinds of Families, Healthy Start, The Execution of Wanda Jean, Sixteen, Hidden Crisis: Women and AIDS, Pandemic: Facing AIDS, Together: Stop Violence Against Women, The Nazi Officer’s Wife, A Boy’s Life, Indian Point: Imagining the Unimaginable, Girlhood, Xiara’s Song, Street Fight, Yo Soy Boricua, Homestead Strike, Ghosts of Abu Ghraib, Coma, Thank You Mr. President: Helen Thomas at the White House, The Fence and Ethel as well as Last Days in Vietnam. In 2007 Rory Kennedy won the Primetime Emmy Award for Best Documentary, and Academy Award Best Documentary Feature for Last Days in Vietnam in 2015.