Will Smith Net Worth

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Will Smith Net Worth

$350 Million

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What is Will Smith Net Worth's and Salary?

Will Smith is an actor, filmmaker and rapper who has been among the world's most famous and popular celebrities for decades. At the time of this writing, Will Smith has a net worth of $350 million.

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Early Life

Will Smith was born and raised in West Philadelphia as the son of a school administrator and refrigerator engineer. One of his childhood friends was Jeffrey Allen Towns

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IRS Problems

Between 1988 and 1990, Will Smith earned about $10 million from his musical career. Assuming that good times will last forever, start spending your money like this.

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Film Star

Rising above his hit sitcom, in 1993 Will was paid $500,000 to star in "Six Degrees of Separation", for which he received critical acclaim. In 1995, his film career took off in a big way.

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Biggest Paychecks

In the 20 years between 1993 and 2013, Will earned $200 million in movie salaries and bonuses. As of this writing, his film's earnings easily exceeded $300 million, perhaps much higher if some of his reported

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Music Career

Smith never left music, and while working together on their films they released four solo albums, two of which have gone platinum. Smith had several hit singles, among them "Men in Black," and "Getin."

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Awards

Smith was nominated for an Academy Award twice, both for portraying real people, Muhammad Ali in "Ali" and Chris Gardner in "The Pursuit of Happiness."

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Personal Life

Will has two children with his wife Jada Pinkett, his wife, since 1997. Their children, Jaden Smith and Willow Smith, are both in the entertainment industry.

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Real Estate

Will and Jada own about 10 properties in the United States. Here's a brief description of his most notable current and former properties

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Summary

Will Smith's net worth is $350 million. He is one of the highest paid actors of the past twenty years, having earned hundreds of millions of dollars in move pay alone.

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