What is Channing Tatum's net worth? Actor and ex Jenna Dewan still sparring over finances 3 years after split

Reportedly, the 'Step Up' star has asked his legal team to settle financial terms of his divorce with Jenna Dewan


                            What is Channing Tatum's net worth? Actor and ex Jenna Dewan still sparring over finances 3 years after split
Actor Channing Tatum and actress Jenna Dewan have been divorced since 2019 (Getty Images)
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Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan's divorce was finalized in November 2019 but the couple is yet to come to terms with some of the financial aspects of it. The 'Step Up' star has reportedly asked his legal team to settle the terms of child support payments for their daughter Everly. According to E! News, the paperwork and settlement will take a total of five days to complete.

This is not unheard of but surely surprising that Tatum would pitch for child support given his impressive net worth. The actor has been a part of the film industry since 2006 and has starred in a spate of successful films since.  

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What is Channing Tatum's net worth?

As of 2021, the actor's estimated net worth is $80 million, Celebrity Net Worth reported. Although he's an established name in showbiz and has grown to be one of the bankable stars, his journey to stardom began with a few hundred dollars. His first-ever entertainment gig was a dancer in Ricky Martin's video 'She Bangs'. He was paid $400 for it. This helped him land a string of modeling projects, which he was able to convert into film offers. 

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Tatum, apart from producing films, believes in investing in real estate. In 2008, he and Dewan purchased a $2.6 million home in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles. However, they no longer own the house. Post the couple's split, he went on to rent a house in San Fernando Valley, LA for $25,000 a month, while the ex-wife kept their $6 million Beverly Hills home.

 

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Money problems

They first met in 2006 on the sets of 'Step Up'. Since then, they have set some serious couple goals leaving most envious of the palpable chemistry they share. However, over time, their relationship fizzled out and before anyone knew it they were ready to call time on it. 

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According to the recent documents obtained by E! News, Tatum has made requests over "issues pertaining to dissolution, child support, spousal support, attorney fees, division of some property, and reimbursements and credits." 

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This isn't the first time that the issue has come up. Early 2020, the child support beef spiraled out of control when it was met with resistance. As reported by MEAWW previously, there was a lack of communication between the two parties. According to TMZ's sources, the former couple butt heads over the scheduling process, while Tatum claimed that Dewan was not contributing. However, those close to Tatum pointed out that "there was a very specific, joint account with community funds that cover Everly's expenses."

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Actor Channing Tatum (L) and his wife Jenna Dewan Tatum in 2017 (Getty Images)

Who are Tatum and Dewan dating now?

Tatum began dating Jessie J in 2018. Although they started with a lot of zest, their's was an erratic relationship. They have broken up a few times in the two years they have been together. For the first few months that they were together, both tried to keep it quiet. However, one fine day Tatum decided to sort of express his love for the British singer in a very nonchalant, endearing way. "This woman just poured her heart out on stage at the Royal Albert Hall. Whoever was there got to witness something special. Wow," the actor posted on Instagram. 

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Meanwhile, Dewan has moved on and how. She is happy and appears to be in a serious and longstanding relationship with her boyfriend Steve Kazee. "We are beyond overjoyed and couldn’t be happier to be expanding our family!" the couple shared in a statement, according to People. They welcomed baby Callum on March 6, 2020. 

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