How much money has Johnny Depp made in his career?
Johnny Depp is one of the highest grossing actors of all time. He has been in more than 100 films and earned a stunning net worth estimated at around $200 million.
Early in his career Depp was cast in the cult classic “A Nightmare on Elm Street” in 1984 where he earned an estimated $500.
By the time his breakthrough role as Captain Jack Sparrow in “Pirates of the Caribbean” was filmed in 2003, he had already achieved A-list status. While details of the salary he earned for his role as the swashbuckling Sparrow have never been disclosed, it is estimated that he was paid between $10 and $20 million for the original movie and $55 million for the third film in the franchise.
Other Major Movies
In 2010 Depp starred in the fifth highest grossing movie of all time, “Alice in Wonderland”, where he was paid an estimated $50 million. A year later, he earned an academy award nomination for his performance as the Mad Hatter, pushing his total salary for the film to an estimated $92 million.
Depp has also starred in critically acclaimed movies such as “Edward Scissorhands” and “Edward Scissorhands” which earned him an estimated $20 million for each.
In addition to his film earnings, Depp has also made a substantial amount of money from endorsements and investments, and according to Forbes, in 2011 he was the third highest paid actor in the world, earning $50 million from various sources.
What We Can Learn
In conclusion, Johnny Depp has made an impressive amount of money in his career, and serves as an inspiration to aspiring actors. Here is a breakdown of some of his most significant income sources:
- A Nightmare on Elm Street: Estimated $500
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Estimated $10 – $20 million for the original film and $55 million for the third film in the franchise
- Alice in Wonderland: Estimated $50 million
- Edward Scissorhands: Estimated $20 million
- Forbes: Estimated $50 million in 2011