Cars, real estate, watches … What exactly does the highest paid actor, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, spend his fortune on?
Some people truly have it all. If not, just have a look at Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, crowned highest-paid actor in the world for, like, the billionth time ever. Not only is his pocket heavy with money, the man is also talented, handsome, dresses well and (seems) rather friendly.
American born and bred, the now 50 year old actor has an extensive career of pursuits which are not solely limited to acting. Starting off as a WWE wrestler (and according to many, being the best wrestler of all times), Johnson first delved into movie notoriety with Fast Five (2011). His filming career continued to take off with G.I Joe: Retaliation (2013), but his greatest source of revenue remains Jumanji: The Next Level (2019). All of these extensive career of pursuits has left him quite the fortune, amounting to a net worth of $3.5 billion. So what does Dwayne Johnson do with all this money of his?
His Collection of Estates
Just like The Rock isn’t confined to a singular profession, neither are his estates. With more than 10 properties just in Florida itself, Johnson has also built himself a mansion in California, which is worth approximately $27.8 million.
His California home was bought from renowned Hollywood actor, Paul Reiser, but was previously owned by Rocker Alex Van Halen, who built the property in the year 1993. Spreading across 3.6 acres, the house is very European in style and features an impressive 18,000 square feet living area. Of course, we’re talking about The Rock here, so the property also includes a state of the art gym.
Impressive Four-Wheel Drives
Dwayne’s collection of cars is nothing short of impressive. He seems to have a particular interest in Ford’s; driving a 2017 Ford GT and a Ford Hennessey VelociRaptor. He also tends to appreciate classical-looking cars such as the 1971 Chevy Chevelle, but his vast majority of four-wheel drives lean towards sportier race cars.
His Watch Collection
Most famously associated with chunky watches from Italian brand Panerai, Johnson has a very impressive watch collection. He chooses to sport pieces which are large; otherwise, they would probably get lost in all the man’s muscles.
He favours what are referred to be “tool” timepieces, which were initially intended to be worn while performing hazardous tasks underwater, in the air in a plane’s cockpit, or while firing high-calibre machine guns — aka a bunch of adrenaline-intensive activities. These hefty creatures include an MTM Special Ops watch in Skyscraper, a black Rolex Sea-Dweller in Baywatch, and an Oris Pro Diver with a rubber strap in Fast & Furious 6. They belong in the same aesthetic category as a Humvee or a high-calibre machine gun due to their weight, robust construction, military utility, and large open faces.