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Will Smith Net Worth and His Assets

Will Smith Net Worth

Will Smith Net Worth

As one of prominence actor in the world, no wonder that Will Smith has estimated net worth of $ 240 Million. As one of the best actors in the world, Will Smith rise to popularity when he starred in television series The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

Will Smith Assets

Will Smith Assets

Will Smith being paid quite high in 1995 when appeared in the film Bad Boys. He earned $2,000,000 which increased so drastically to $5,000,000 through his role in the film, Independence Day. Smith also spreading his wings as a singer and release Big Willie Style’s album in 1997 which earn him $17,500,000. Will Smith become one of the highest paid actors in the world when he received $20,000,000 while portraying legendary boxer Muhammad Ali in the film Ali.

Will Smith Money

Will Smith Money

In 200s, Will Smith put his name as highest paid actor after received salary $28,000,000 for his role in the film I, Robot. In 2007, Will Smith considered as the highest earning actor at that time. It was reportedly that Will Smith earning was about $80 Million at that time. Will Smith still considered as one of the richest actor in the world since he earned $23 Million in 20013 and $32 Million in 20014 the results of various films that he starred.

Will Smith House Mansion

Will Smith House Mansion


Willard Carroll
WillSmith Jr


47 years old, September 25, 1968


$ 240 Million



producer, rapper, and songwriter


the most
powerful actor in Hollywood,five times nominated for Golden Globe Awards, two
times nominated for Academy Awards, Grammy Awards (4 times), the most
bankable star worldwide by Forbes, World’s Best-Selling Male Dance Artist
, forty wealthiest Americans under the age of 40 and many more


Estate, Cadillac Escalade, 1965 Ford Mustang, Mercedes-Benz GL450, Mobile
Mansion: The Heat double decker trailer,


Jada Pinkett
Smith (wife),  Jaden Smith, Willow
Smith, Trey Smith (children);
Caroline Bright and Willard Carroll Smith, Sr. (parents)

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