What is Brad Pitt's net worth? Inside star's $100M+ real estate portfolio including homes in France and Missouri

Thanks to his production company Plan B, Pitt has made a cool few million and this is how he has spent it

                            What is Brad Pitt's net worth? Inside star's $100M+ real estate portfolio including homes in France and Missouri
Brad Pitt and an aerial view of his former home in Malibu. (Getty Images)

Hollywood actor Brad Pitt is always in demand. Thanks to his good looks and fantastic acting skills, he's been a sought-after face for decades. That comes with some serious perks, like being one of the richest actors in the world. He now reportedly gets $20 million per film. 

That might seem like a steep cost to some, but that's what you'll need to cast someone with the skill set of Pitt. As a result, he's made a huge amount of money over the course of his very long career. How much you ask? 


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We could tell you, but why stop at his net worth? Here's a look at Pitt's assets and how he spends the millions he makes. You'll be shocked to learn about everything the actor owns, which is what lead to him spending over $1 million on his divorce from Angelina Jolie. 

Brad Pitt attends the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 09, 2020 in Hollywood, California.

What is Brad Pitt's net worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Pitt is currently worth $300 million. A large amount of that comes from the $20 million he charges per film. Of course, that's not a fixed fee. Sometimes, he charges a lot less. For example, he agreed to appear in the Ryan Renolds' hit 'Deadpool 2' for just a cup of coffee. According to Renolds, "I was told all he wants is a cup of coffee and I said, 'Like a franchise or just one individual cup of coffee?' And I was told one individual cup of coffee, which was really his way of saying, 'I'm doing it for nothing.' And it was a total solid and the nicest thing anyone could do."

However, that's a rare sight. As he becomes increasingly picky about the films he does, Pitt also commands a huge amount. In 1991, for 'Thelma & Louise' he was paid just $6,000. By 1995, that was bumped up to $4 million for 'Se7ven'. His first $10 million paycheck came with the 1996 film 'Sleepers'. He then made $20 million for his appearance in 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith'. He also came down for his appearance in Tarantino's 'Once Upon A Time in Hollywood', charging only $10 million. 

But that's not his only source of income. The actor also earns quite a bit through his production company Plan B. It's unclear how much exactly he makes through Plan B, but with hits like 'Troy', 'The Departed', 'Kick-Ass', 'Moneyball', 'World War Z', and 'Ad Astra' Celebrity Net Worth believes "perhaps more than what he has earned during his career as an actor."

Brad Pitt in a still from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (IMDb)

Brad Pitt's assets

So where does Pitt spend all the millions he makes? For one, there's his massive real estate portfolio. He snagged his Los Feliz house in LA for a cool $1.7 million in 1994. With 6 beds, 7 baths, a large outdoor swimming pool, and a private tennis pavilion, the luxurious home once belonged to Cassandra Peterson. Then in 2001, he and then-girlfriend Jennifer Aniston bought another house in Hollywood Hills for $13.1 million. He then sold the property in 2019. 

Pitt also bought a ranch in Springfield, Missouri. The property is valued at around $11.9 million. In 2011, Pitt and ex Angelina Jolie bought Chateau Miraval, a French estate in South France. The estate cost $67 million and is now reportedly being shared by the two since the divorce. Now that's a real estate portfolio to be jealous of. It's not all he owns though.

Pitt loves his motorbike and the actor has a pretty fantastic collection. Cheatsheet reported that he has a custom bike designed by Indian Larry and another from by Shinya Kimura. It's unclear how much these two custom bikes cost him, but given that Larry and Kimura are amongst the most famous designers in the world, it's safe to say they weren't cheap. In 2013, he also bought a custom Ecosse Titanium Series XX. At the time, the bike was one of the most expensive in the world and Pitt reportedly splashed $300,000 on his Ecosse. Pitt also owns a vast collection of cars, from a Chevy Camaro SS to a Tesla Model S and even an Aston Martin Vanquish. 

Brad Pitt rides his customized motorcycle in Los Feliz on July 8, 2009. (Getty Images)


It's not just earthly vehicles though, Pitt also owns a few flyers. Notably, the actor purchased a World War II-era Submarine Spitfire in 2013. Costing $3.3 million, the actor purchased the plane after "a deep fascination with World War II" while filming 'Fury'. In 2012, Jolie also gifted him a $1.6 million helicopter which the couple used to get around their French home. 

There's no denying, Pitt loves to live life large. When you charge $20 million you certainly can afford to!