Henry Cavill Net Worth

How much is Henry Cavill Worth?

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Henry Cavill Net Worth:
$25 Million

Henry Cavill net worth and salary: Henry Cavill is a British actor who has a net worth of $25 million dollars. He is probably best-known for appearing as Superman in the films "Man of Steel", "Batman V Superman", "Justice League" and "Mission Impossible: Fallout".

Henry Cavill was born on the island of Jersey, Channel Islands off the coast of the United Kingdom in 1983 where he attended St. Michael's Preparatory School and Stowe School. His his major film role was 2002's "The Count of Monte Cristo" in which he played Albert Mondego. He then achieved breakout success with his role as Charles Brandon, 1st Duke of Suffolk in the Showtime television series "The Tudors".

Today Henry Cavill is best known for his role as Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman in the 2013 rebooted Superman franchise which started with "Man of Steel". Henry Cavill has also appeared in "Laguna", "Tristan & Isolde", "Stardust", "The Cold Light of Day", "Immortals", "Hellraiser: Hellworld", "I Capture the Castle", the BBC's "The Inspector Lynley Mysteries", and "Red Riding Hood." In 2005, Henry Cavill was one of the final two choices to play James Bond, losing out on that role to Daniel Craig. He has indicated he'd be interested in taking over the 007 role when Daniel Craig is finished.

In 2019 he began starring in the Netflix series "The Witcher".

Henry Cavill Net Worth

Henry Cavill

Net Worth:$25 Million
Date of Birth:May 5, 1983 (36 years old)
Gender:Male
Height:6 ft (1.85 m)
Profession:Actor
Nationality:United Kingdom
Last Updated:2019

Henry Cavill Earnings

  • Man of Steel
    $14,000,000
    % of gross
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