Dwayne Johnson Net Worth in 2020 (The Rock’s net worth)

Dwayne Johnson Net Worth (The Rock) 2020: Dwayne Douglas Johnson- is an American producer, highest paid actor, and a professional wrestler in the WWE for eight years prior to pursuing an acting career. He is also known as The Rock by his ring name. In 2019, The Rock Johnson earned $89.4M.

Being one of the world’s highest-paid and most popular celebrities according to Forbes in 2019, he made the Time 100 Most Influential People in the World list in both 2016 and 2019. Rock won his first WWF Championship in 1998, WWE’s sixth Triple Crown champion, a two-time Intercontinental Champion, and is also a Royal Rumble match-winner.

Johnson’s most hit box office role has been a role of Luke Hobbs in The Fast and the Furious movies. San Andreas, Central Intelligence and the HBO series Ballers are the films where he wowed audiences with his appearances and hosting the NBC game show ‘Titan Games.’. He first appeared as the character in Fast Five (2011) and helped the film series to enter into one of the top-grossing movie franchises in history.

Dwayne The Rock Johnson Net Worth in 2020

Net worth: $280 million
Born: May 12, 1972, Hayward, California, U.S
Age: 47
Residence: Southwest Ranches, Florida, U.S.
Occupation Actor, Producer, Professional wrestler
Height 6 ft 5in (196 cm)
Weight 260 Ib (118 kg)


What Contributed To Rock Johnson Net Worth?

According to Forbes, Johnson earned $124 million from his movies and Ballers HBO series in 2018. It just the 2018 contribution to Johnson’s massive fortune and he took to Instagram sharing his success and his commitment to hard work.

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Just wrapped JUNGLE CRUISE, for DISNEY and had to shift major gears and to start filming season 5 of BALLERS for HBO. This series has been a helluva learning curve to produce and star in — but what will always matter most is you guys making us HBO’s #1 highest rated 30min show for years now. THANK YOU for rockin’ with us. I loved every minute of playing this character, “Spencer Strasmore” because we’re exactly one in the same. We look you directly in the eyes when we shake your hand. If we give our word to get something done – it gets done. If you cross us, we rip your jugular out. And there’s no problem that tequila (and maybe a few pills) can’t help fix ?? #ballers #season5 #hbo #RoyceDa65

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The Rock earned $89.4 million in 2019 from films like Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle which earned nearly $ 1 billion globally and Hobbs and Shaw. The highest contribution to his net worth is made in the upcoming fifth season of Ballers, and he was the host for NBC’s Titan Games where he earns $450,000 per episode.

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I go by, Michael. You’re an asshole @jasonstatham. Payback will be hell. HOBBS & SHAW AUGUST 2ND ? #mikeoxmaul ?

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He launched a company called Seven Bucks Productions where the production team is involved in from script screening to movie marketing.

The Scorpion King earned $165 million on a $60 million budget and was a huge hit in the box office. The Johnson’s Scorpion King Paycheck was the largest paycheck ever paid to a first-time actor in a leading role.

In the 2019 film Fast & Furious Presents Hobbs & Shaw, he earned $20 million for his role, mainly because of his high social presence. He even makes money of posting all behind the scenes, movie shots and videos on his Instagram page.

Johnson’s other biggest paycheck include which has highly contributed to his net worth:

Years Thanks To (Movies) Income Contributed To Net Worth
2017 The Fate of the Furious $ 10 million-plus back end payments
2015 San Andreas $ 25 million
2015 Furious 7 $ 15 million
2014 Hercules $ 20 million
2013 Fast & Furious 6 $10 million

Rock Johnson as a philanthropist

  • The Rock founded the Dwayne Johnson Foundation in 2006, where a charity is working at-risk and terminally ill children
  • He worked with Malama Kauai, a nonprofit organization, after the 2018 Hawaii floods, to help repair damages caused by the floods.
  • On several occasions, he worked with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Early Life

The Rock Johnson was born on May 2, 1972, in California and completed his schooling from Richmond Road Primary School in Grey Lynn and then attended Montclaire Elementary School in Charlotte.

Johnson was a promising football prospect and after being graduated he signed as a linebacker with the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. But he decided to pursue a career as a professional wrestler and defeated The Brooklyn Brawler at a house show. He signed a WWF contract and received additional training from Tom Prichard, alongside Mark Henry and Achim Albrecht.

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Torch passed. Grateful. This past weekend @WWE celebrated the 17th anniversary of what was billed as “ICON vs ICON” to determine who would go down in @WWE history as THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME. It was yours truly, VS The Immortal Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania. What made this match so special was that there was no Heavyweight Championship on the line. Just two men. Just two careers. And 85,000+ of the most insane ELECTRIC crowd I have ever had the privilege to perform in front of. It was almost as if every single person that night in the Toronto SkyDome made up their mind that they would give every ounce of energy they had because they knew this match was only going to be seen once in a lifetime. My friend and childhood hero, Hulk Hogan passed the torch to me on this historic night which decreed me becoming “THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME”, but the truth is – to me – the GOAT are the three men below who paved the way for me and so many others in pro wrestling/ @hulkhogan @ricflairnatureboy @steveaustinbsr I just worked very hard, connected with the audience and caught a break. These GOATS were good enough to recognize I had something to offer and graciously passed the torch. Grateful.

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