Tom Cruise Net Worth: One Of The Biggest Hollywood Actor's Wealth

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Tom Cruise Net Worth: $500 million

Source of Wealth: Hollywood Acting Career


Forbes estimates that Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise’s net worth is a whopping $500 million. His name spells gold at the box office as he owns the record of acting in six successive movies that made greater than $100 million in collections.

Fifteen of Cruise’s films have garnered more than $100 million domestically in the U.S., while 21 of his movies have grossed more than $200 million worldwide. In total, Cruise’s films have grossed more than $7.9 billion worldwide.

Massive Earner

Tom Cruise is also a proficient producer and the Mission Impossible series of movies produced his own company have been highly successful at the box office. He earned $100 million each from the movies Mission: Impossible II (2000) and War of the Worlds (2005). Cruise pocketed a cool $70 million from the movie Mission: Impossible (1996). He is reported to have made a total of $290 million from the four Mission: Impossible franchise movies.

The huge amounts earned were made possible because of the actor signing “profit participation” deals for the movies. In fact, Cruise insists on getting a good percentage of a movie’s gross profits before agreeing to act in it. It is estimated that Cruise earns an average of $60 million per film.

Tom Cruise’s Movie Rates

  • Vanilla Sky (2001) – $20 million + 30% shared income
  • Knight and Day (2010) – $11 million + %
  • Jack Reacher (2012) – $7.5 million
  • Oblivion (2013) – $20 million

Tom Cruise’s Notable Investments

  • A $35 million mansion in Beverly Hills
  • A $30 million estate in Telluride, Colorado
  • A condo apartment in New York City that is estimated to be worth $3 million
  • Cruise spends $2 million per year for the security of his daughter Suri and ex-wife Katie Holmes.
  • He pays $200,000 per year in Child Support for Suri after he separated with Katie.
  • Cruise owns a Bughatti Veyron considered the world’s fastest car, and a Porsche 911 estimated to be worth $200,000.
  • He also owns two private jets.
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Slane says:

That $200k child support caught my attention. I suppose that's only what's written in legal terms, but he's probably supporting his kid with much much more. You know, you have all these most expensive stuff except that you can't give enough to your kid? That breaks my heart if it's true.

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