Facts of Russell Crowe Networth
|Full Name||Russell Crowe|
|Birth Name||Russell Ira Crowe|
|Profession||Actor, film producer, and musician|
|Birth Country||New Zealand|
|Father Name||John Alexander Crowe|
|Mother Name||Jocelyn Yvonne Crowe|
|No Of Children||Two|
|Date of Birth||April 7,1964|
Russell Crowe is considered one of Hollywood’s top draws over the years for his charismatic performances in dozens of blockbuster movies. Known for his ruggedly handsome good looks, the actor rose to stardom following his breakout role as a racist skinhead in a 1992 drama Romper Stomper that also put Crowe on the map.
Crowe brought home his first Oscar glory after his outstanding portrayal of a tobacco executive in The Insider in 1999. Making his mark in Hollywood, Crowe played the Roman general turned vengeful slave in the ambitious Roman epic Gladiator (2000), directed by Ridley Scott and co-starring Joaquin Phoenix. His critically acclaimed role in a super hit movie earned him numerous accolades, including his second Academy Award.
Crowe likewise has deserved credit for his work in A Beautiful Mind, followed by Cinderella Man, 3:10 to Yuma, American Gangster, State of Play, and more.
Over the years, the actor and musician Russell also faced some media scrutiny for having a surly.
How Much Is The Net Worth Of Russell Crowe In 2020?
As per Celebrity Net Worth, Russell Crowe has an estimated net worth of $95 million as of 2020. His prolific acting career has played a major role to rack such a hefty wealth.
Crowe has been a part of many commercially triumphant films. Some of them are mentioned below with the details of his salary too,
|Proof of Life (2000)||$7.5 million||Meg Ryan and David Morse|
|Gladiator (2000)||$5 million||Connie Nielsen and Oliver Reed|
|A Beautiful Mind (2001)||$15 million||Ed Harris and Jennifer Connelly|
|Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)||$20 million||Paul Bettany|
|Cinderella Man (2005)||$15 million||Renée Zellweger and Paul Giamatti|
|Robin Hood (2010)||$20 million||Cate Blanchett and William Hurt|
Former Stunning Mansion In Sydney Hit The Market With a Price Tag Of $35 Million
Gladiator star, Russell Crowe, bought the waterfront house in one of Sydney's most prestigious enclaves for $9.2 million back in 2001. The property previously owned by the media tycoon Rupert Murdoch who purchased it back in 1995 for $6.85 million.
Crowe sold the house in 2013 for $11.5 million. The five colossal ensuite bedrooms mansion came on the market for a staggering $35 million in November 2017.
Russell later moved to his Woolloomooloo penthouse,, which the actor bought with his now-former wife Danielle Spencer in 2003 for $14.35 million. But, after the couple filed for divorce in October 2012, the apartment listed on the market for nearly $30 million. The vast whole-floor spread covers 1000-square-meter space.
Furthermore, the actor also has a house in the suburb of Douglas, which worth is around $450k as of 2008. In 2012, Crowe sold his another Sydney apartment for $1.5 million.
Besides his work in movies, Russell Crowe is also known for his admirable philanthropic endeavors. During location filming of Cinderella Man, the actor donated $250,000 to a Jewish school in Montreal after it burnt down as a result of arson.
Similarly, Russell made a donation of $200,000 to the primary school near his home in rural Australia to construct a swimming pool at the school. He also supports many other charitable foundations such as the American Foundation for AIDS Research, March Of Dimes, Artists for Peace and Justice, Keep A Child Alive, and many more.
Crowe Gave Reported $26 Million In Divorce Settlement To Danielle Spencer
After their divorce was finalized in April 2018, Russell Crowe reportedly gave $26 million to his former wife, Danielle Spencer. She also won ownership of their mansion in Sydney.
Crowe first met his future wife, Danielle Spencer, in 1989. The couple first was in an on-again, off-again relationship for some time before the actor was linked to his co-star Meg Ryan. But, Crowe and Spencer rekindled, and they exchanged the vows in April 2003 at Crowe's cattle property in Nana Glen, New South Wales.
The couple also shares two sons Charles Spencer Crowe, born on 21 December 2003, and Tennyson Spencer Crowe, born on 7 July 2006. The two separated in October 2012, and their divorce proceeding ended in April 2018.
Short-Bio Of Russell Crowe
Russell Crowe was born on 7th April 1964, in the Wellington suburb of Strathmore Park, New Zealand. He is the son of Jocelyn Yvonne and John Alexander Crowe. He also has a brother named Terry Crowe.
Crowe attended Vaucluse Public School and later went on to enroll at Sydney Boys High School, followed by Auckland Grammar School and Mount Roskill Grammar School.