Jack Johnson net worth: Jack Johnson is an American singer-songwriter, musician, surfer, and film maker who has an estimated net worth of $16 million dollars. Jack Johnson was born in 1975 on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii. His father is of well-known surfer Jeff Johnson and Jack started surfing at five years old and at 17 years old became the younger invitee to make the finals at the Pipeline Masters surfing competition on Oahu's North Shore. Jack Johnson studied film and music production at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He directed and starred in the films "Thicker than Water" and "The September Sessions". Musically, Jack Johnson falls into the folk rock category and has had a number of hits including "Upside Down", "Flake", Sitting, Waiting, Wishing", "I Got You", "Better Together", "Good People", "If I Had Eyes", "Taylor", "Banana Pancakes", "Staple it Together", "Crying Shame", "You and Your Heart", and "Breakdown". To date (2013) Jack Johnson has released six studio albums. He is dedicated to education and environmental causes. Jack Johnson is married to his college sweetheart Kim; the couple has three children and lives on the North Shore of Oahu. Together the couple founded the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, a non-profit public charity supporting environmental, art, and music education worldwide.