Despite Dwayne Johnson competing only sporadically in pro-wrestling since 2004, his net worth has exhibited an upward trend over the years. In fact, Johnson’s rare appearances in WWE garner considerable revenues for the promotion, with ‘The Rock’ resultantly being paid top dollar by WWE boss Vince McMahon. Besides, given the dearth of new stars in pro-wrestling Dwayne Johnson remains one of the highest-grossing stars, on an individual event basis, in WWE. It isn’t too surprising that Dwayne Johnson’s net worth in 2017 is $220 Million.
Dwayne Johnson’s Net Worth in 2017
This is up from $125 million that was Dwayne Johnson’s net worth in 2016. Apart from working as an actor & producer in major Hollywood movies & television shows, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson continues to make sporadic appearances—both wrestling and non-wrestling—for WWE, which further accentuates his net worth. Dwayne Johnson’s net worth in 2017 is reportedly the highest in his career trajectory thus far.
Dwayne Johnson’s Salary
Dwayne Johnson’s salary for 2017 is reportedly $65 million. Bear in mind that this is the Rock’s Hollywood salary alone and does not include his earnings from WWE appearances, merchandise sales, and other endorsements. Besides, Johnson has previously topped the list of Hollywood’s highest-paid actors and is one of the highest-grossing stars today, which continues to add to his earnings moving forward. Among the WWE Superstars, Dwayne Johnson’s salary doesn’t rank too high. However, the majority of Dwayne Johnson’s salary comes from movies, TV and endorsements; besides being paid healthy sums for periodical appearances by WWE. Dwayne Johnson’s salary and net worth exhibit an upward trend, owing to his Hollywood career as an actor and producer.
Source of wealth
Movies, TV, Pro-Wrestling
Apple, Droga5, Ford, Got Milk, Under Armour
Marital Status & Children
Dating: (Lauren Hashian)Children: 2
American Red Cross, Beacon Experience, Boot Campaign, Dwayne Johnson ROCK Foundation, I Have A Dream Foundation