So, it’s no wonder that the 65-year-old has a net worth of a whopping $250 million. During his career, the actor has been one of the highest-paid leading men in Hollywood.
Willis’ salary from The Sixth Sense was $14 million — one of the largest paychecks earned by one actor from a movie. He ended up earning around $100 million from the movie, thanks to the large percentage of the gross receipts.
From there, his salary continued to grow — he earned around $55 million in total in 2000, mainly from two movies: The Kid and Unbreakable.
Willis also makes some money from his time on the small screen. He appeared in Moonlighting, a comedy-drama that aired on ABC from 1985-1989, in addition to Bruno the Kid, a 1996 cartoon series in which he created.
Willis also had other endeavors — he starred on Broadway, which probably helped his net worth get even stronger, created the Playstation video game Apocalypse and has starred in some commercials over the years.
So, how exactly does Willis kick back spend his money? For one, the dad-of-five owns some lavish properties, including his $10 million dollar Los Angeles home, where he’s been quarantining with his family.
Previously, Willis sold his Turks and Caicos estate for $27 million, his New York City penthouse for $18 million and his Bedford, N.Y., house for $7.6 million. He also sold his Idaho mansion for $5.5 million in 2018.
To this day, Willis has five films in post-production, and he will start shooting Die Hard 6, also known as McClane, in the near future.
Despite Willis’ success, there is one thing he chooses to focus on: his family. The 12 Monkeys star has five daughters: Rumer, Scout and Tallulah, whom he shares with Demi Moore, and Mabel Ray and Evelyn Penn, whom he shares with his wife, Emma Heming Willis.
“I’m happy every day. There’s no turmoil,” he said in 2012. “I just go to work and concentrate on coming home to my girls. I’m in love with my wife and my kids.”