Brendan Fraser net worth: Brendan Fraser is a Canadian-American film and stage actor who has a net worth $25 million. Brendan Fraser earned his net worth from a successful film career dating back to the 1990s. He is well known for roles such as Rick O'Connell in the three-part Mummy film series and his comedic leading roles in several Hollywood films including George of the Jungle, Encino Man, Dudley Do-Right, Looney Tunes: Back in Action, Journey to the Center of the Earth and Inkheart. He has also appeared in dramatic roles, including Crash and The Quiet American. Fraser was born in Indianapolis, Indiana and is fluent in French. Fraser also serves on the Board of Directors for FilmAid International.
In a March 2013 court case, Brendan Fraser revealed to a judge that every month he loses $87,000 thanks alimony, mortgages and various other expenses. Fraser is seeking to have his alimony payments reduced and claims that he is no longer earning the mega-millions that came at the height of his fame. In the same court documents, Fraser listed his assets at $25 million and his monthly income at $205,704. He also earns an additional $26,000 from investment income and has to pay $113,000 in "professional expenses" (lawyers, managers, agents). That leaves the Encino man with roughly $118,000 in monthly income before expenses. Fraser's monthly expenses include $50,000 alimony, $34,000 income taxes, $25,000 child support, $6000 property taxes, $5200 gardening, $5000 insurance, $5000 family support, $5000 mortgages… In total his expenses outweigh his monthly income by $87,000.