Rock makes everything big – and that includes its paydays.
Dwayne Johnson, as he is referred to in his financial reports, was the highest paid actor on the Forbes list of celebrity earners for 2018, and although he slipped to No. 15 in the 2019 list, he is still the highest paid actor in the world. He followed Taylor Swift and Lionel Messi.
In 2018, The Rock earned an income of $ 124 million.
Forbes announced that Johnson's revenue of $ 124 million in 2018 from his films and Baller's HBO series was the largest ever for acting in the 20 years in which the publication recorded the earnings of celebrities.
Not surprisingly, Johnson went to Instagram to remember the news, repeating his typical gratitude for his success and dedication to hard work.
Rock's social media presence is said to be one of the main reasons he makes so much money for his blockbuster movies, which can earn him up to $ 25 million per roll. According to Forbes he charges an additional "seven-digit social media fee" for each of his film contracts, meaning that all of his tweets and Instagram videos are not just a way to keep the fans up to date ̵
That $ 124 million is a huge sum, but that's just 2018's contribution to Johnson's big fortune.
In 2019, The Rock earned $ 89.4 million.
Johnson received massive revenue from films such as Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle and Hobbs and Shaw and he is also paid off the backend.
Johnson will also star in the upcoming fifth season of Ballers and he was the host of Titan Games by NBC.
The total net value of the skirt is estimated at $ 220 million.
According to TheRichest.com his fortune gained over almost 25 years in wrestling and acting is higher and is estimated at $ 280 million. Forbes meanwhile, estimates his net assets to be closer to $ 165 million.
Whatever the actual number, it is still the same as the man himself. With a full movie program featuring films such as Jumanji 2 and even more collaborations with brands like Under Armor, this sum only gets bigger. Johnson also recently announced that it has acquired a stake in Voss Water, becoming a shareholder of the brand.
Not bad for a man who started with just seven dollars. Brett Williams