American actor, rapper, and songwriter Will Smith is called the ‘bankable’ star in the world. The net worth of Will Smith is $260 million along with millions of fan following.


Will Smith’s early life

This Philadelphian superstar was born on 15th September 1968 and comes from a humble family background.From his early life, Will’s dream was to become a rapper.He was offered a scholarship in MIT which he refused in order to pursue a career in music industry.


Will Smith’s Career Progression

Will Smith started his career as a rapper and gained popularity as rap star ‘Fresh Prince’. His acting career initiated from a sitcom ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel Air’. The show was a big hit that opened the doors for him as lead actor in big budget movies.

Will Smith’s Career Highlights

‘Summer Time’ and ‘Parents Just Don’t Understand’ was among the R&B top charts in the 80’s. Smith proved his versatility in acting from movies ‘The Pursuit of Happiness’ and ‘I am Legend’. Needless to say, the huge number of Grammy and Teen choice awards he received as a token of appreciation.


Triggering Point in Career

Will Smith was quite happy with his music career until he had a tax debt of 2.8 million. Although financial obligation initiated his acting career, Will Smith’s net worth as of 2017 is $260 million.


Millionaire’s Journey to Success

Before the age of 20, American actor Will Smith became a millionaire which explains his huge net worth now. This multi-talented actor has a record of starring in the most consecutive $100 million grossing movies in 2008. From Bad boys 1 to Bad boys 6, the zeroes in the paycheck have increased by multiple times.


Will Smith’s Personality Traits

“Money and Success don’t change people; they merely amplify what is already there.”-Will Smith

A person of passion, intellect and a great sense of humor is how we can relate to the amazing personality as Will Smith. As an actor with such huge net worth, the fans value him more for his work and individualism.


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Written By: Nusrat Zahan


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