Despite being in the spotlight, Keanu Reeves is notoriously private. We’ve dug up the most interesting financial facts about everyone’s favorite Hollywood nice guy.
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Keanu Reeves’ net worth sits at $360 million, according to multiple sources.
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Playing the team’s goalie, Heaver, was a perfect match for Reeves — dubbed “The Wall” during his stellar high school hockey career as a goalie.
getting yourself a simple side gig.” data-reactid=”86″But the pay for the role could have been better. He reportedly made around $3,000. You could earn far more by getting yourself a simple side gig.
Reeves personally gave him a Christmas bonus of $20,000 to help him out, according to a personal account from Reddit user “kahi.”
“He also was one of the only people on the set that genuinely wanted to know peoples names, would say hello and mean it,” kahi says.
4. He has willingly taken pay cuts
Chicago Tribune.” data-reactid=”139″”Money is the last thing I think about. I could live on what I’ve already made for the next few centuries,” he told the Chicago Tribune.
5. ‘You get a Harley! You get a Harley!’
He bought them all brand new Harley Davidson motorcycles, which range in price from $7,000 to more than $40,000 today — depending on the model.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer. “I just wanted … to give a bigger thank-you to all these guys who helped me make this.”” data-reactid=”163″”We were all in this thing, and we were training together beforehand,” Reeves told the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. “I just wanted … to give a bigger thank-you to all these guys who helped me make this.”
6. A fan once sued him for $3 million
13 most excellent financial facts about Keanu Reeves