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Arnold Schwarzenegger Net Worth - $450 Million, The Austrian Oak

Arnold Schwarzenegger net worth is $450 million. When his career was at its height, he often made $20–30 million each film.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger is a bodybuilder, model, actor, businessman, and politician who is Austrian-American.
He is one of the most well-known actorsin the world and has sometimes held the title of highest-paid individual in the entertainment industry.
Arnold Schwarzenegger networthis $450 million. When his career was at its height, he often made $20–30 million each film.
Arnold has received film earnings of hundreds of millions of dollars throughout the course of his career.
He has invested his income in a range of ventures, most notably real estate, ever since his arrival in the US in the 1970s. Arnold alone has a real estate portfolio worth more than $100 million.

Quick Facts About Arnold Schwarzenegger

NameArnold Schwarzenegger
Date Of Birth1947-07-30
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
ProfessionActor, Bodybuilder, Politician, Entrepreneur, Businessperson, Investor, Film Producer, Television Director, Writer
NationalityUnited States of America
Net Worth$450 Million

Career And Personal Life

Arnold Schwarzenegger Smiling
Arnold Schwarzenegger Smiling

Personal Life

Maria Shriver, a television newsanchor and the niece of President John F. Kennedy, and Arnold were wed From 1986 until 2017.
Together, they had four kids, including Patrick the model and Katherine (who would go on to wed actor Chris Pratt).
Arnold and Maria split up in 2011 when it came to light that he had fathered a child with the family's maid 14 years previously.
It took six years to finalize their divorce. Arnold maintained the family's long-time Brentwood home, while Maria used his money to buy a new house close by.
They continue to share ownership of family vacation homes in Hyannis Port, Massachusetts and Sun Valley, Idaho.


Movie Career

His first "Mr. Olympia" title, which he would go on to win numerous more times over his career, was given to him in 1970.
Arnold had his first significant break in the movie industry after winning Mr. Olympia when he was chosen to play Hercules in New York.
After the bodybuilding documentary "Pumping Iron" was released in 1977, Arnold's prominence grew even further.
Even though he appeared in films like "Conan the Barbarian," his career didn't truly take off until he was chosen to play The Terminator in the 1984 blockbuster.
For his efforts on The Terminator, which went on to gross $80 million worldwide, he was paid $75,000.
After Terminator, Arnold's career took off in a big way. Successes like "The Running Man," "Red Heat," and "The Predator" followed.
In 1988's "Twins," directed by Ivan Reitman and starring Danny Devito, he even experimented in humor.
With his buddy and filmmaker James Cameron, Arnold reprised his Terminator role in the 1990s. With "True Lies," the two would go on to have even greater success.
With films like "Last Action Hero," "Eraser," and eventually "Batman and Robin," Schwarzenegger wrapped out the 1990s.

Political Career

Schwarzenegger has been a Republican Party supporter for a very long time. He even spoke about his reasons for becoming a Republican at the 2004 National Republican Convention.
He startled the country in 2003 by announcing his candidacy for governor of California on "The Tonight Show." In office as governor from 2003 until 2011, Arnold.
Prior to his election, Arnold made public financial declarations that put his net worth at $200 million in 2003.
The same declaration revealed that his federal tax obligation was $9.2 million and that his previous year profits exceeded $26 million.
He manages all of his movie earnings via Oak Productions Inc., an LLC with headquarters in Santa Monica, California.
Oak Productions is housed in a structure at 3110 Main Street, a great commercial building with around a dozen other tenants. The whole structure is owned by Arnold.
In the future, Arnold would assert that his eight years as governor cost him $200 million in possible movie salaries.

Top 15 Movies And Earnings

Arnold Schwarzengger In Jingle All The Way
Arnold Schwarzengger In Jingle All The Way
He had already developed a cult following for one of his greatest performances as Conan in the sword-and-sorcery epic "Conan the Barbarian" (1982) and its sequel before he dominated the box office with "The Terminator" in 1984.

The Terminator (1984)

A cyborg assassin and a human soldier, both from 2029, are sent to 1984 on a mission in this science fiction film by James Cameron.
The former is set up to murder Sarah Connor, a woman whose unborn child is meant to save mankind in a post-apocalyptic future. The former is charged with saving her, meanwhile.
Domestic Box Office$38,019,031
International Box Office$40,000,000
Worldwide Box Office$78,019,031

Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)

The sequel, which takes place eleven years after The Terminator, sees the return of the eponymous cyborg in a new form in order to defend John, Sarah Connor's 10-year-old son and the future leader of the human resistance against a robot revolt.
Another more capable shape-shifting Terminator has been ordered to murder the mother and kid, so he must defend them.
Domestic Box Office$203,464,105
International Box Office$311,926,778
Worldwide Box Office$515,390,883

Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines (2003)

The third installment of the Terminator film series is titled Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines.
To prevent future resistance leader John Conner, a current drifter, and Conner's future wife from being killed by another robot, a humanoid robot is sent back in time.
Domestic Box Office$150,358,296
International Box Office$282,700,000
Worldwide Box Office$433,058,296

Terminator Genisys (2015)

Human Resistance commander John, who is Sarah Connor's son, sends his right-hand man Kyle Reese to defend her when Skynet sends a terminator from 2029 to 1984 to murder her.
Reese, however, finds himself in a different reality where Sarah already has a protector a T-800 Terminator that has been modified and is preparing to journey across time to thwart Genisys, the forerunner of Skynet.
Domestic Box Office$89,760,956
International Box Office$342,389,938
Worldwide Box Office$432,150,894

Terminator: Dark Fate (2019)

In order to save a young lady who is destined to safeguard the survival of the human species, an enhanced human and female warrior join up to defeat an advanced Terminator sent from the future.
Domestic Box Office$62,253,077
International Box Office$188,119,290
Worldwide Box Office$250,372,367

Predator (1987)

The narrative of a squad of paramilitary troops recruited by the American government to rescue certain politiciansfrom the Guatemalan woods is the subject of the science fiction horror classic.
The crew, led by Dutch, quickly discovers that they are being pursued by a sophisticated extraterrestrial species that can blend into its environment.
Domestic Box Office$59,735,548
International Box Office$38,532,010
Worldwide Box Office$98,267,558

Commando (1985)

Colonel John Matrix, a veteran Black Ops Commando, is compelled to reengage in combat after his daughter is kidnapped.
Exiled Latin American despot Arius, the kidnapping's architect, asks that the Matrix restore him to power by assassinating the president of his nation in order to preserve his daughter's life. So how does Matrix approach this problem?
Domestic Box Office$35,073,978
International Box Office$4,886
Worldwide Box Office$35,078,864

True Lies (1994)

True Lies, an action comedy based on the 1991 French movie La Totale!, depicts American government agent Harry Tasker as he tries to strike a balance between his job as a spy and his responsibilities to his family.
The James Cameron-directed film brought in $378 million at the box office globally.
Domestic Box Office$146,282,411
International Box Office$219,017,589
Worldwide Box Office$365,300,000

Total Recall (1990)

In the 2084 film Total Recall, Douglas Quaid, a construction worker, discovers that he is really a secret spy with knowledge that might lead to his death after having nightmares about Mars.
Arnold Schwarzenegger plays Quaid, who goes on a virtual vacation to Mars where a bogus memory implant discloses sinister details about his real life.
Domestic Box Office$119,394,839
International Box Office$142,004,991
Worldwide Box Office$261,399,830

Conan The Barbarian (1982)

Thulsa Doom, the sorcerer and leader of the snake cult, decimates a tribe, and the orphaned Conan is later bought and sold as a slave.
After he is released from prison, Conan develops into a fierce warrior and sets out on a journey to get revenge for the deaths of his parents.
He saves Princess Yasimina, the daughter of King Osric, while being accompanied by the lovely Valeria and the archer Subotai, and fights the terrible Thulsa Doom.
Domestic Box Office$38,264,085
International Box Office$40,850,000
Worldwide Box Office$79,114,085

Kindergarten Cop (1990)

Hugely muscular officer John Kimble is compelled to take the identity of a kindergarten teacher in order to prosecute drug boss Cullen Crisp.
He has to persuade Cullen's ex-wife Joyce, who has been hiding out as a teacher, to help him with that.
Kimble must first endure the rowdy kids and Eleanor Cullen, the criminal Cullen's mother.
Domestic Box Office$91,457,688
International Box Office$110,542,312
Worldwide Box Office$202,000,000

Eraser (1996)

It is the duty of US Marshal John Kruger to destroy the identity of witnesses who are protected under the US witness protection program.
After Lee Cullen revealed evidence of an illegitimate weapons sale by a prominent military contractor, he had to defend her.
However, John's own life seems to be in danger as he discovers that his employer Robert Deguerin is a mole.
Domestic Box Office$101,295,562
International Box Office$133,104,438
Worldwide Box Office$234,400,000

The 6th Day (2000)

Adam Gibson, a family man, arrives home to discover a clone of him in his place and is assaulted by operatives dispatched by the cloning company Replacement Technologies in a future world where cloning is prevalent but human cloning is forbidden.
To reclaim his identity and life while dodging assassins, he must seek out Michael Drucker, the corporation's owner.
Domestic Box Office$34,543,701
International Box Office$61,481,197
Worldwide Box Office$96,024,898

Last Action Hero (1993)

Teenager Danny Madigan is transported into the made-up world of his favorite movie character, the unbreakable Los Angeles Police Officer Jack Slater, thanks to a magic cinema ticket.
Danny and Slater must return and work together to stop Mr. Benedict when he uses the same ticket to flee into reality. Mr. Benedict is a fictitious antagonist.
Domestic Box Office$50,016,394
International Box Office$87,282,095
Worldwide Box Office$137,298,489

Collateral Damage (2002)

Nine people, including the wife and son of LAFD fireman Captain Gordon Brewer, are killed when a bomb explodes at the Colombian Consulate building in Los Angeles.
Brewer chooses to track down the terrorist identifying himself as El Lobo after being frustrated by delay and bureaucracy, with the aid of CIA special agent Peter Brandt.
Domestic Box Office$40,048,332
International Box Office$38,305,176
Worldwide Box Office$78,353,508

Largest Paycheck

Arnold, Danny Devito, and director Ivan Reitman all agreed to accept no payment from the studio for the 1988 picture "Twins" in return for a 40% ownership stake in the movie (13.33 percent each).
The film was a huge success, grossing more than $215 million at the box office alone globally. Additionally popular on VHS and cable, it was.
In a March 2014 interview, Arnold said that "Twins" brought in more money than any other film he had ever worked on.
He said that Reitman and Devito probably share the same sentiment. After accounting for inflation, if Arnold, Danny, and Ivan each earned $35–40 million from the film in 1988, they would have made $70-$80 million today. The three would later come together in the movie "Junior."

Other Notable Salaries

For "Commando," "Predator," "Total Recall," "Kindergarten Cop," and "Terminator 2," Arnold made $2 million, $3.5 million, $11 million, and $12 million, respectively.
Arnold barely said 700 words in Terminator 2, which works out to $21,429 per spoken word.
For "True Lies," "Junior," and "Last Action Hero" he made $15 million, and for "Eraser" and "Jingle All The Way" he made $20 million.
The sum of Arnold's compensation for "Batman & Robin," "The 6th Day," and "Collateral Damage" exceeded $25 million.
For "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines" in 2003, Arnold agreed to an upfront compensation of $29.25 million PLUS a 20 percent royalty on gross earnings exceeding $380 million.
After the film's $433 worldwide box office success, Arnold's total earnings were expected to be $35 million.
Before taxes, Arnold has made at least $400 million in his whole career from film income alone.


Arnold Schwarzenegger smiling while wearing black shirt and jacket
Arnold Schwarzenegger smiling while wearing black shirt and jacket

Personal Real Estate

Arnold and Maria spent $4.8 million in 2002 to purchase a nearly 6-acre estate in LA's Brentwood district. Arnold's residence, a 14,500 square foot estate with ocean views, a tennis court, a pool, and plenty of seclusion, is situated within a gated neighborhood where Dr. Dre also resides.

Real Estate Investments

At the age of 21, Schwarzenegger immigrated to the United States with $27,000 that he had saved up through winning contests. After accounting for inflation, $27,000 in 1968 is equivalent to $182,000 today, so it wasn't a tiny amount. Soon after landing in Hollywood, Arnold started making modest real estate investments.
In Palmdale, California, he purchased a tiny parcel of property that was reported to shortly house a supersonic airport.
Arnold wasn't discouraged even if his initial venture was a failure. In order to purchase an apartment complex, he used his leftover money and a $10,000 loan from his trainer at Gold's Gym in Venice, California.
The cost of the acquisition was $214,000. He sold the structure for $360,000 a year later. Following that, he upgraded to a 12 unit building, then a 36 unit building, then a 100 unit building.
Arnold would invest the proceeds from the sale of each building into the next business to avoid taxes and boost his possible future return.
Arnold had become a fortune in real estate by the time he was 25 years old. All of this occurred before he became a well-known actor.
Arnold now has a sizable real estate portfolio mostly comprised of commercial buildings in Southern California. The portfolio, which excludes his own residences, is worth more than $100 million.

Arnold Schwarzenegger's Car Collection

Arnold Schwarzenegge In Audi
Arnold Schwarzenegge In Audi
He had to go through two things, like the majority of individuals who achieve this type of riches. Those are often time-consuming and include a few controversial stories.
Arnold Schwarzenegger has a collection of cool automobiles and often updates on social media.

Tesla Roadster

The Roadster existed before Tesla developed into what it is today and released the first Model S. It's not the Tesla Roadster you've been reading about in the headlines about cars, however.
In reality, the first Roadster was a complete failure. Even while it was still all electric, the new model's 248 horsepower produced by it made it seem laughably underpowered.
Arnold had to spend more than $100,000 to get his eco-friendly tiny roadster, but he did so.

Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz

Arnold acquired the Eldorado Biarritz when he was still building his reputation. It featured the traditional appearance that was typical of the luxurious automobiles of the period.
The car's front fascia was as hefty and expressive as the bodywork. To go to Malibu and back, young Arnold utilized his Eldorado Biarritz as the ideal carrier.


The actor owns a sizable collection of automobiles. He has also been preserving the Excalibur, another vintage vehicle.
Since it's an unusual option even for normal people, celebritiesdon't often drive this kind of vehicle.
Excalibur prices range from $89,000 to more than $100,000 depending on the model you choose, giving it a distinct vintage flair.

Custom Kreisel Electric G500

Arnold likes huge, hefty automobiles like the Kreisel Electric G500, much like his massive, chiseled frame.
Additionally, he claims to adore it as one of his automobiles. Arnold claims that driving the Kreisel Electric G500 was a true delight since it is "sporty" and "amazing" after taking it for a walk. Powerful and showing promise, the Kreisel is a device.

Hummer H1 Slant Back

The Hummer H1 Slant Back is one of Arnold Schwarzenegger's treasured automobiles. He has more big cars in store, so his enthusiasm for big cars doesn't stop here.
But he certainly counts this beige H1 as one of his favorites. In actuality, he utilized the identical Hummer in his advertising efforts.

Porsche Turbo

One of the quickest convertibles ever produced in the history of the vehicle is the Porsche 997 Turbo Cabriolet in Arnold's garage.
We believe that this is a more rational decision for a Hollywood star. It is not simply attractive.
However, the Porsche Turbo can go from 0 to 60 mph in only 3.4 seconds, keeping up with the fast-paced lifestyle that the actor, politician, or environmentalist must lead.

Custom Audi R8

Arnold has a few vehicles that would fall into the more contemporary category in addition to vintage and large vehicles.
His Audi R8 is a modified model that Robert Downey Jr., another well-known actor, promoted. Every detail of the customized Audi R8 is to Arnold's liking, including the body's vivid red color and its angular front fascia.

Bentley Arnage

Even when he doesn't want to be recognized, a well-known celebrity like Arnold may quickly attract the attention of both the general public and photographers.
Because of this, individuals like him also need transportation that doesn't immediately scream "superstar."
It was hard to give up the Bentley price tag that came with it, even though the Bentley sedan somehow made this feasible.

Dodge Challenger SRT8

The Dodge Challenger SRT8 is a cherished addition to the bodybuilder's collection of automobiles.
He should naturally obtain an automobile that matches his reputation since he is well renowned for his muscle.
His Challenger SRT8 has a 6.4-liter V8 engine with a 470-horsepower capacity. These days, the price of a used Dodge Challenger SRT8 may vary from $8,000 to $20,000.

Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster

The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster is an additional contemporary automobile in Arnold's collection.
The constructor was seen driving this gorgeous piece of equipment to have lunch. For the benefit of the drop-top roof, the Roadster lost its gull wings in contrast to its coupe cousin. The Roadster's pricing ranges from around $130,000 to $540,000.

Mercedes-Benz Unimog

One of those things that should only be handled by big guys like Arnold himself is the Mercedes Benz Unimog.
It has a maximum output of 320 horsepower and a hazy torque rating. All four wheels, which are equipped with 45-inch Michelin tires, get power. Arnold regrettably listed the Unimog for sale in 2016.

Bentley Continental GTC

Arnold is well known for taking his collection of cars on genuine drives, and the Bentley Continental GTC is no exception.
Arnold hired a painter to give this amazing work of art, which had a black body when it was first out of the factory, a new coat of paint.
He painted the outside a classy shade of silver, and he has been seen driving it a lot in Los Angeles.

Bentley Continental GT SuperSports Convertible

Arnold obviously has a thing for Bentleys, and we can't really blame him. Arnold furthermore owns a GT SuperSports Convertible from the Continental GTC.
This Bentley's 6.0-liter W12 engine can produce 621 horsepower and 590 foot-pounds of torque. One of these road kings costs somewhere about $320,000.

Bugatti Veyron

Bugattis are renowned for being opulent and very pricey. This must be the reason why only men like Arnold can afford them.
A brand-new Bugatti Veyron may cost between one and three million dollars in the US. Sadly, Arnold sold his Veyron for $2.5 million in 2018 after deciding he no longer wanted it.
The automobile reportedly just had 1,000 kilometers on it, which isn't terrible at all considering its price.

M47 Patton Tank

Although this isn't an automobile in the traditional sense, we've chosen to include it here for two reasons: first, Arnold enjoys playing with this tank, and second, his M47 is unquestionably awesome.
An 810 horsepower Chrysler V12 engine powers this 1951 tank. Even simply shipping the large apparatus to the US cost him $20,000 in total.
Arnold made the decision to smash vehicles with his M47 for amusement and charitable motives.

Top 10 Interesting Facts About Arnold Schwarzenegger

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger was included as number 20 on the "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list published by Empire magazine in October 1997.
  • When Arnold Schwarzenegger was 21 years old, he relocated to the US. He sometimes used very little English.
  • He had a strong interest in bodybuilding, and after relocating to Los Angeles, he had the chance to train with the renowned Joe Weider. Later on, he went on to win the Mr. Olympia title seven times in all, which is a pretty outstanding feat.
  • When twenty-five years of marriage, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, the late US President John F. Kennedy's niece, divorced after it was revealed that Schwarzenegger had fathered a kid in 1997 with his housekeeper.
  • He had heart surgery in 1997. He had a congenital problem with his heart valves.
  • He is the owner of Oak Productions, a production firm.
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger was a candidate for the title character in the well-known comic book television series "The Incredible Hulk" in the 1970s. He ultimately received a rejection letter from the producers, who said he wasn't tall enough for the role.
  • The Simpsons, an immensely popular FOX television program, has a character named Rainier Wolfecastle. This persona is modeled after Arnold Schwarzenegger.
  • Initially, he was invited to play the enduring character of John McClane in the successful "Die Hard" series. He declined the part, which was later filled by Bruce Willis.
  • During an appearance on "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno" in 2003, he declared his intention to run for governor of California.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Net Worth ★ 2020 Lifestyle

People Also Ask

Is Arnold Schwarzenegger The Richest Actor?

He is one of the most well-known actors in the world and has sometimes held the title of highest-paid individual in the entertainment industry.
Arnold Schwarzenegger's net worth is $450 million as of this writing. When his career was at its height, he often made $20–30 million each film.

Who Is Richer Sly Or Arnold?

Box Office Sylvester Stallone wins this award from Mojo with a $1.8 billion lifetime gross, slightly beating out Arnold Schwarzenegger's $1.7 billion total. Unfortunately, those figures are falsehoods, just like all other numbers.

Has Arnold Won An Oscar?

Although he has never had an Oscar nomination, Arnold Schwarzenegger did win a Golden Globe in 1977 and was nominated again in 1995.
Also in 2014, he received an Emmy for executive producing the film Tied with American Masters.


The estimated value of Arnold Schwarzenegger is $450 million. With hundreds of millions of dollars in film earnings collected over the course of his career, he is one of the highest-paid actors of all time.
He has a portfolio of real estate investments worth at least $100 million and is a very successful real estate investor.
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