Dwayne Johnson Net Worth : $220 Million
A Canadian Semi-retired WWE Wrestler and Actor
Dwayne Johnson Annual Income
Canadian (He turned from American to Canadian after changes in Canadian Nationality Law)
Source of Wealth
Wrestling and Acting
Years of Experience
22 Years (approximately)
Date of Birth
May 2, 1972
Acquired Bachelor of General Studies Degree in Criminology and Physiology from the University of Miami
Dwayne’s Income & Total Net Worth
Dwayne Douglas Johnson, better known as The Rock, is a semi-retired professional wrestler. Currently, he works for WWE. His entire net worth is estimated to be approximately $220 million. As of 2017, his annual earnings are calculated to be nearly $65 million. Apart from wrestling, he earns a large part of his fortune through movies. For his movie, The Scorpion King, he received $5.5 million and was named in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the highest paid actor, in the year 2007.
Recently, Dwayne hosted and produced “The Hero”, a reality television series, which was broadcasted on June 6, 2013, on Turner Network Television (TNT). His other TV appearances include The Net, Saturday Night Live, Family Guy, etc.
As an actor, he performed in several films, including Longshot, Walking Tall, Race to Witch Mountain, You Again, Fast Five, Empire State, and many more. From the movies, The Rundown, Walking Tall, and Fast Five, he earned $12.5 million, $15 million and $32.6 million, respectively.
With Joe Layden, he co-written an autobiography, named “The Rock Says…”
Properties: Private Fortune
Dwayne owns a massive mansion in Beverly Hills California, Hidden Hills. This gorgeous mansion is in the market for sale for $4.995 million. He is also an owner of an expensive residence in Miami, which he purchased for $3.4 million.
During his school days, Dwayne was a football player. He was also a part of the wrestling, track and field teams of the school. In college too, he was a football player. After playing in Canadian Football League and University of Miami’s National Championship team, Dwayne tried his luck in the wrestling field. He got training from his father. Because Dwayne was billed as Rocky Maivai (grandfather), he obtained fame as “The Rock”. He won several championships, including World Tag Team Championship, WCW/World Championship, WWF Intercontinental Championship, etc.
He touched the heights of success and became more and more popular. After gaining so much fame, Dwayne got so many offers from television and thus, Dwayne’s acting career started. He also got offers from Hollywood, and he starred in many movies, like The Scorpion King, The Mummy Returns, The Game Plan, The Rundown, Walking Tall, Journey 2: To The Mysterious Island, Fast & Furious 6, and many more.
Dwayne works very hard to maintain his body. He goes to the gym every day and works out daily. On Monday, Wednesday and Friday, he works on his biceps, back, calves, chest, and cardio. On Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, he focuses on shoulders, quads, triceps, cardio, and hamstrings. Dwayne also has a diet plan, given by his instructor. He eats six times a day. His power meal starts from 10 scrambled egg whites, 1 cup oatmeal or 3 servings cream of rice, 24oz water and three rice cakes. The second meal includes 24oz water, one cup grits, 6oz skinless grilled chicken breasts, steamed asparagus one cup, and 6oz yams. His third meal includes 24oz water, brown rice one cup, a cucumber sliced and 6oz tuna fish. Dwayne’s fourth meal includes 24oz water, barely one cup, steamed green beans one cup, 6oz perch fillet, and 6oz baked potato. In the fifth meal, he takes 24oz water, peas one cup, 6oz sweet potato, brown rice one cup, and 6oz pork tenderloin. His final meal includes 24oz water, scrambled egg whites 10, and oatmeal one cup or 3 servings cream of rice.
Dwayne is a very kind-hearted and generous person. He supports “Make a Wish Foundation”, located in the United States. He also supports Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation and Dwayne Johnson Rock Foundation. His foundation helps underprivileged and critically ill children, who are suffering from cancer or other terminal diseases.