Brad Pitt is one of those wealthy and extremely famous actors in the Hollywood. As a matter of fact, he’s amongst those very influential individuals who are related in the American entertainment industry. Here is his life story and net worth.
Net Worth: $240 million
Income Sources: Brad Pitt is gaining a considerable amount of money from his acting career in films and television shows. Believe it or not, many of his films are getting higher worldwide gross. One good example is his 2013 movie titled “World War Z”, in which he earned $14 million. He also earned a lot from his endorsements like Cadillac, where he earned a whopping $3 million.
Date of Birth: 18th December, 1963
Marital Status: In the year 2000, he got married to Jennifer Aniston, but they got divorced in the year 2005. But in the year 2014, he and the famous Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie tie the knot.
Brad Pitt is a son of a trucking company manager, William Alvin Pitt, and a school counselor, Jane Etta. He has two younger siblings named Julie Neal and Doug. He comes from a conservative family who is guided with the teachings of Southern Baptist religion.
Even so, there are a lot of people who believe that he has no good connection with his religion. There are even rumors that he is a member of atheism and agnosticism.
It was in 1991 movie titled Thelma & Louise when Brad Pitt has firstly gained fame. He used to be a cowboy hitchhiker in this particular movie. After his great performance in this film, he was offered with a number of big-budget movie projects like “A River Runs Through It” in 1992, “Legends of the Fail” in 1994, and “Interview with the Vampire” in 1994.
In the year 1995, he grabbed the lead role in the science fiction movie titled “12 Monkeys”, in which his excellent acting performance helped him acquire the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor.
He was also nominated in Academy Award through such movie. Some other films where his performances have really moved a lot of viewers were Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005), The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (2008), Moneyball (2011), 12 Years a Slave (2013), and The Big Short (2015).