Channing Tatum Net Worth
Channing Tatum net worth and salary: Channing Tatum is an American actor, dancer, producer, and model who has a net worth of $50 million dollars. Channing Tatum was born on April 26 1980 in Cullman, Alabama. He was raised in a rural setting in the bayous of Mississippi near the Mississippi River. Channing Tatum attended high school in Tampa, Florida and Glenville State College in West Virginia on a football scholarship. After dropping out of college, Tatum returned to Tampa and started working first as a roofer, then as a stripper. This story was the basis of the movie "Magic Mike," which Tatum starred in and produced. Channing Tatum is an accomplished dancer and in 2000 was first cast as a dancer in Ricky Martin's "She Bangs" music video. Channing Tatum is well-known for his roles in "Step Up", "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints", "Dear John", "Coach Carter", "War of the Worlds", "She's The Man", "Step Up 2: The Streets", GI Joe: The Rise of Cobra", "The Eagle", "The Vow", "21 Jump Street", "This is the End", "White House Down" "Don Jon" among many other roles. Channing Tatum met fellow actor and dancer Jenna Dewan while filming "Step Up". The two were married in 2009 and their daughter Everly was born in 2013. Unfortunately the couple announced their divorce in April 2018. Tatum would go on to star in such films as Foxcatcher, 22 Jump Street, Jupiter Ascending, Magic Mike XXL, The Hateful Eight, Hail, Caesar!, Logan Lucky, and Kingsman: The Golden Circle. Tatum has executive produced the movies Earth Made of Glass, 21 Jump Street, and White House Down and produced the film Magic Mike XXL. He has also done voice work for the movies The Lego Movie, The Book of Life, and The Lego Batman Movie. Tatum also voiced the role of Gregor Anghel and executive produced the TV series Comrade Detective. He has won more than 20 awards including a People's Choice Award for Favorite Movie Actor in 2016.
Channing Tatum's Magic Mike payday: Channing took a big risk on the movie Magic Mike. Instead of financing the movie in a traditional system, where a movie studio puts up the money and takes all the profits, Channing and fellow producer Steven Soderberg financed the $7 million budget themselves and paid Warner Brothers a flat fee to distribute the movie. Magic Mike was a smash hit in terms of box office receipts, streaming and DVD sales. The result was both Channing and Soderberg earning $60 million. The duo earned another $30 million a piece from the second movie.