Joaquin Phoenix Net Worth is over $75 Million dollars. Joaquin Phoenix is one of the highest-paid actors in the Hollywood with over $10 million salary income from each movie. Joaquin Phoenix has received various accolades, including an Academy Award, a British Academy Film Award, a Grammy Award, and two Golden Globe Awards. In 2020, The New York Times named him one of the greatest actors of the 21st century. Phoenix is an animal rights activist. He has been vegan since the age of three and regularly supports charitable causes and has produced several documentaries.
Joaquin Phoenix Net Worth
|Net Worth||$75 Million|
|Loans & Liabilities||$7 Million|
Joaquin Phoenix’s Assets & Investments
Joaquin Phoenix owns over 3 real estate properties, 8 Cars, 3 Luxury Yachts. Joaquin Phoenix’s Assets also include Cash reserves of over $15 Million. Joaquin Phoenix also owns an investment portfolio of 12 stocks that are valued at $15 Million.
Joaquin Phoenix Salary per movie
|Reservation Road||$3 Million|
|Hotel Rwanda||$2 Million|
Joaquin Phoenix Car Collection
Joaquin Phoenix has recently bought a BMW X6 for $74,000 USD. Joaquin Phoenix also owns a Audi Q8 that cost him $155,000 USD. A Few other cars owned by Joaquin Phoenix are listed below.
- Porsche Macan
- Tesla Model X
- Jaguar F-TYPE
- Land Rover Defender
Joaquin Phoenix’s Childhood
Joaquin Phoenix was born on October 28, 1974, in the Río Piedras district of San Juan, Puerto Rico to John Lee Bottom, the founder of a landscape gardening company, and Arlyn “Heart” Bottom (née Dunetz), who was an executive secretary at NBC and whose connection to an agent provided her children with acting work. Soon after the second child was born, they joined the religious cult called Children of God and started traveling throughout South America and Puerto Rico in the Caribbean as Christian missionaries, where the next two children were born.
In 1979, after Phoenix’s father had to stop working because of an old spinal injury, the whole family moved to Los Angeles where the mother met a high-profile child agent named Iris Burton, who got the children into commercials and bit parts on TV.
Joaquin Phoenix’s Early Acting Career
Phoenix made his feature film debut in the adventure film SpaceCamp (1986) as a young boy who goes to Kennedy Space Center to learn about the NASA space program and undergoes amateur astronaut training. In 1989, Phoenix co-starred as Garry, the withdrawn teenage nephew of Steve Martin’s character in Ron Howard’s comedy-drama Parenthood.
In 1995, Phoenix returned to acting in Gus Van Sant’s black comedy To Die For, based on the novel of the same name by Joyce Maynard, which in turn was inspired by the Pamela Smart murder case. In 1997, Phoenix played a small-town troublemaker in Oliver Stone’s U Turn, and a poor man in love with a rich woman in Inventing the Abbotts.
Joaquin Phoenix’s Success
In 2000, Phoenix co-starred in three films. In the first of these, he portrayed a fictionalized version of Roman Emperor Commodus in Ridley Scott’s historical epic film Gladiator. The film received positive reviews and grossed $457 million worldwide, making it the second highest-grossing film of 2000.
His next film marked his first collaboration with director James Gray in The Yards. The crime film follows the corruption in the rail yards of Queens. Although failing to perform well at the box office.
The following year, Phoenix starred in the satirical film Buffalo Soldiers as a U.S. Army soldier. The world premiere was held at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival in early September.
The science fiction thriller Signs (2002) marked Phoenix’s first collaboration with director M. Night Shyamalan. In the film, he played Merrill Hess, a former Minor League baseball player who, along with his older brother Graham (Mel Gibson), discovers that Earth has been invaded by extraterrestrials.
In his next film of the year, he starred opposite John Travolta in the drama film Ladder 49 as a Baltimore firefighter. In preparation for the role, Phoenix trained for two months with the Baltimore Fire Department, putting out actual fires.
In 2005, Phoenix co-starred alongside Reese Witherspoon in the James Mangold directed film Walk the Line, a Johnny Cash biopic, after Cash himself approved of Phoenix.
In 2018, Phoenix portrayed Jesus in the biblical drama Mary Magdalene, written by Helen Edmundson and directed by Garth Davis. The film, and his performance, received mixed reviews.
In 2019, Phoenix starred as the DC Comics character Joker in Todd Phillips’s psychological thriller Joker; an alternative origin story for the character.
At the beginning of his career, Phoenix was often referred to as “the second most famous Phoenix”, his name associated most closely with the death of his brother River Phoenix.