Samuel L. Jackson Net Worth : $220 Million
Film Producer and TV and Film Actor of American Origin
Source of Wealth
Film Production, Acting
Years of Experience
Date of Birth
December 21, 1948
Did Bachelor of Arts in Drama from Morehouse College
Samuel’s Income and Total Net Worth
Owning a total net worth of $220 million, Samuel Jackson is a popular film and TV actor and producer. He was born on December 21, 1948, in Washington D.C. He is a great fan of Martin Luther King and follows his principles; therefore, he was involved in the Civil Rights Movement in his early days of youth. Jackson acted in several films, but some of them have really made a mark in his career. These are ‘Jungle Fever’, ‘Pulp Fiction’, ‘Die Hard III’, ‘Goodfellas’ and many more. He is one of the top grossing film actors in the industry. Though Jackson earned an utmost popularity through his work, he always remained attached to the Civil Rights Movement.
Samuel possesses a huge 6 bedroom mansion in Los Angeles worth $8.35 million. The house features 8 bathrooms and 6 bedrooms along with the elegant master bedroom, a guest-house, screening room and a huge dining space.
He also owns a 2 bedroom condo worth $4.35 million in SoHo. The main feature of the mansion is its key-lock elevator, which directly opens into the apartment. Other features include a master bedroom, living room, 2 bathrooms, and a kitchen with colored counter tops.
Samuel owns the luxurious Maybach 57 S, equipped with 6.0 L V12 bi-turbo engine. The car is adorned with amazing interiors and comprises of a refrigerator, champagne glasses, and various other features.
Jackson owns a masterpiece watch – Frank Muller Swiss Watch, having a white-silver color dial and black leather strap. He owns a pair of Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star Slip-On shoes, which is one of his favorite brands. A pair of water-resistant Adidas Power Brand Sport Golf shoes is also included in his collection.
Samuel has supported many causes, such as poverty, education, disaster relief, cancer, etc. He has also supported several foundations and charities, like Make-A-Wish Foundation, National Kidney Foundation, The HollyRod Foundation, Save the Children, etc.