Tom Hank is an American actor who has earned a lot from his acting career. Get to know his early life, career, and earnings.
Tom Hank’s Net Worth, Biography and Earnings
Tom Hank’s Early Life and Biography
Tom Hanks was born in San Francisco. He attended community college studying drama.
He then attended California State University at Sacramento and afterwards joined the Great Lakes Theater Festival due to encouragement, an internship that requires a three-year commitment, becoming a member.
Tom Hanks Career and Net Worth
His rise to stardom was in 1988 in his movie role in the hit movie Big. This was his entry into the industry, earning about $1.75 million.
He appeared in notable films like Sleepless in Seattle, Apollo 13, Toy Story, You’ve Got Mail, Saving Private Ryan, Cast Away, The Da Vinci Code, and Angels and Demons, among others.
In 1980, Hanks moved to New York, co-starring in the sitcom Bosom Buddies that lasted two seasons and some other minor roles later on.
Tom became the second actor to win Best Actor for Academy Awards In 1993 and 1994. In 1993, he won for Philadelphia, owing to his role as an HIV-positive attorney.
In 1994, He won for his leading role in Forrest Gump. This earned him around $150 million.
In 1996, Hanks kicked off his duo career as a producer and director in the movie, That Thing You Do!. Since then he has directed and produced different movies like Cast Away and The Polar Express.
Records show that between 1988 and 2010, Hank earned $400 million monthly from his movie career.
Tom Hanks has more than $4.6 billion in box office revenue in the United States and $9.7 billion worldwide in his lifetime.
As of 1984, Tom earned $70,000, $172,000 adjusting Inflation. Tom was paid $5 million, equivalent to $11 million today, for starring in the movie ‘Punchline’.
In the movie, “Saving Private Ryan”, he was paid $40 million and $20 million for “You’ve got a mail”. Hank earned $18 million starring in 2006’s “The Da Vinci Code.”
He didn’t stop as he earned $25 million to star in its 2009 sequel, “Angels & Demons,” and $25 million starring in the 2016 final in the trilogy, “Inferno.” Working as Robert Langdon earned $68 million.
He’s pulled a net worth of $400 to $500 million and earns a minimum of $25 million per movie. He owns around $150 million in real estate
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