'Hail, Caesar!' Premiere - 66th Berlinale International Film Festival
George Clooney and his wife Amal attend the 'Hail, Caesar!' premiere during the 66th Berlinale International Film Festival Berlin at Berlinale Palace on February 11, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.  Matthias Nareyek—WireImage

George Clooney Is Worth $250 Million on His 55th Birthday

On May 6, George Clooney turns 55. People Magazine’s two-time Sexiest Man Alive has yet to reveal his birthday plans, but the fun-loving actor will certainly celebrate in style. Last year, he made the festivities a two-day event, partying with friends at a private Los Angeles estate one evening and enjoying a romantic dinner with wife Amal Clooney the next.

Learn more about George Clooney’s net worth as the celebrated star turns 55.

George Clooney Net Worth: $250 Million

Megastar George Clooney’s net worth is $250 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, which reports on celebrity earnings. His wife Amal Clooney’s net worth is $10 million.

After a whirlwind romance lasting just seven months, George and Amal Clooney married in September 2014 in a lavish Italian ceremony with an estimated price tag of $4.6 million, according to E! Online. While Clooney has been living for years in the Hollywood limelight, his wife is an accomplished international law and human rights attorney.

George Clooney’s Houses

The American actor and British lawyer divide their time among several homes in multiple countries. Clooney has owned his 7,534-square-foot Studio City, Calif., home since 1995, when he purchased it from Stevie Nicks for $2.2 million.

In 2002, he bought Villa Oleandra on the shores of Lake Como in Italy for approximately $10 million. He also owns a seven-bedroom, 10-bathroom home outside Cabo San Lucas, which he is reportedly selling for $50 million. In September 2015, Clooney and his wife purchased a $14.6 million riverside mansion near Reading, England.

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George Clooney Movies

Best known for his work as an actor, George Clooney is also an accomplished director, producer and writer. The talented star has been recognized for his work in front of and behind the camera. In 2013, he took home the Oscar for Best Motion Picture of the Year for “Argo.” 2006 saw Clooney win an Academy Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in “Syriana.”

Additionally, the Hollywood Foreign Press honored Clooney with the prestigious Cecil B. DeMille Award at the 2015 Golden Globes. The award is designed to pay homage to those who have made exceptional contributions to the entertainment industry.

In total, George Clooney’s movies have amassed an overwhelming $4.55 billion at theaters worldwide, according to Box Office Mojo, which tracks film earnings. His highest-grossing movies worldwide include “Gravity” at $723.2 million, “Ocean’s Eleven” at $450.7 million, “Ocean’s Twelve” at $362.7 million, “The Perfect Storm” at $328.7 million and “Ocean’s Thirteen” at $311.3 million.

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George Clooney’s ‘Money Monster’ Movie

Directed by Jodie Foster, Clooney’s newest film, “Money Monster,” is slated to hit theaters May 13. The A-lister plays Lee Gates, a television personality who advises viewers on Wall Street investments. After Gates tells viewers to buy a stock that mysteriously tanks, an angry investor storms the TV station and takes him and producer Patty Fenn — played by Julia Roberts — hostage.

George Clooney’s Tequila Business

While Clooney owes most of his fortune to his career in film and television, the actor is also a successful businessman. When he’s not working on a movie set or championing one of his many philanthropic causes, Clooney spends time promoting his Casamigos tequila brand alongside best friend Rande Gerber, husband of former supermodel Cindy Crawford.

The duo joined forces with pal Mike Meldman to start the company in 2013 after spending years developing it on their own. Over the years, they ordered so many bottles their distillery forced them to get licensed to keep the spirit flowing.

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George Clooney Philanthropy

George Clooney has repeatedly proven that his heart is as big as his bank account. In 2007, the actor joined forces with fellow Hollywood heavyweights Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Don Cheadle and Jerry Weintraub to found the human rights organization Not On Our Watch, which fights to put overlooked international crises on the global radar. The organization has made significant contributions to support the Darfur region, including a $2.75 million donation to the International Rescue Committee in 2007.

Serving as a UN Messenger of Peace from 2008 to 2014, George Clooney has participated in charitable acts around the globe. The star donates his time and money to numerous charitable organizations, including the Running Heart Foundation, ONE campaign, United Way and the Satellite Sentinel Project. He was even arrested during a protest at the Sudanese Embassy in 2012.

After 2005’s Hurricane Katrina, Clooney gave $1 million to United Way to assist victims. He then auctioned off the entire contents of his 2006 Academy Awards gift bag to benefit the organization’s Hurricane Response and Recovery Fund. After the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Clooney organized the star-studded telethon “America: A Tribute to Heroes,” which raised more than $150 million for United Way.

Clooney was also the driving force behind the telethon “Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope,” which garnered an estimated $18.3 million for the American Red Cross International Response Fund following the 2004 tsunami.

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