How Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Spends His Millions
— Updated on 27 April 2022

How Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Spends His Millions

— Updated on 27 April 2022
Garry Lu
Garry Lu

As the hardest working man in Hollywood and an all-round nice guy, it’s always nice to see ‘The Rock’ prosper under the public eye. The football player, turned wrestler/fitness guru, turned highest paid actor in the world lives well, taking care of his family and health above all else… but that doesn’t mean Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s net worth can’t be used for fun.

Here’s how the absolute unit/favourite of the people makes and spends his millions.


  • In 2019, Dwayne Johnson was named the highest paid actor in the world with an estimated annual intake of US$89.4 million
  • This includes paychecks from massive box office hits, some of them exceeding a billion dollars in takings like Fast & The Furious, Jumanji, and Moana– Fun fact, he got paid a ridiculous $34.6 million USD for his role in Fast Five c. 2011
  • The Rock earns around $650,000 USD per episode for the HBO series, Ballers— making him one of the highest paid comedy actors on television outside of The Big Bang Theory (who earns around $900,000 USD per episode)
  • Undisclosed figure he gets paid for returning to the WWE– rumoured to be in the millions
  • Undisclosed figure he gets paid for being a Ford Service spokesperson
  • Under Armour sponsorship, of which his line of footwear and apparel is apparently the biggest selling– although it is unclear what his cut of this is
  • Johnson also runs the Seven Bucks Productions company with ex-wife, Dany Garcia– they’ve produced Ballers and Jumanji
  • His monster social media following has also paid off, being given a sum of around $1 million USD to simply talk about his next film on Facebook and Instagram


  • Groceries, lots of it
  • It’s no secret The Rock takes extremely good care of his body, so it should come as no surprise to hear he consumes lean protein… in the way of 821 pounds of cod a year— that’s about $1,500 USD per annum (pocket change, really)
  • Several personal trainers
  • $100 USD to $250 USD per month on gym memberships alone (Johnson rarely skips a day)
  • Tattoos

  • An entire wardrobe of bespoke suits (they obviously don’t produce his size for off the rack…)
  • $35,000 USD on a Rolex
  • $1 million USD on a Pagani Huayra
  • $10 million USD to $65 million USD depending on whether he rents of owns his Gulfstream G650 private jet, “… the fastest one in the world…”
  • $3.4 million USD on a five bedroom, seven bathroom Southwest Ranches, Florida mansion in 2012 (sold a year later for $3 million USD)
  • $4.5 million USD on a Fort Lauderdale, Florida mansion
  • An undisclosed amount on a six bedroom Hidden Hills, California home (later sold for $4.9 million USD)
  • Johnson has since moved back to Southwest Ranches, Florida, living in a $5.5 million USD home
  • He also owns a farm just outside of Charlottesville, Virginia
  • The Rock has sold about ten homes in the past decade in Florida alone

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Bought my dad a Christmas gift and surprised him. He's had a hard life. This one felt good. My dad, Rocky Johnson is a minimalist. Always has been. Never asks me for much and over the years his needs are always the barest. Crazy story, my dad's dad died when he was 13yrs old. That Christmas, my dad's mom had her new boyfriend over for Christmas dinner. Her boyfriend got drunk and pissed on the turkey. My dad went outside, got a shovel, drew a line in the snow and said if you cross that line I'll kill you. The drunk crossed it and my dad laid him out cold as a block of ice. Cops were called. They told my dad's mom that when her boyfriend regains consciousness, he's gonna kill your son so one of them has got to go. In front of the entire family, my dad's mom looked at him and said get out. He was 13yrs old and now homeless. That f*cked up true story happened in Amherst, Nova Scotia, Canada in 1954. He needed the bare minimum then, just like does now. Over the years, I've moved him into a big home, got him trucks to drive – which he'll literally drive into the ground until I get him something else. Hell, I'll get him anything he wants, but the SOB just won't ask;). Every Christmas, I always think about that story and my dad having every odd stacked against him at 13, but he fought thru it and still made something of himself. Makes me appreciate his struggle and hard work. Also, makes me appreciate the fun times he would beat my ass in the gym so bad when I was 13 and say "If you're gonna throw up, go outside.. and if you're gonna cry, then go home to your mother". I hated it then, but I embrace it now. Made a man outta me. Without pissing on my turkey. ???. Just a small way of saying thank you dad and Merry Christmas! #DwantaClaus??

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  • Cars for his close friends (yes, cars… plural, as in more than one)
  • Trucks for his dad (yes, trucks… plural, as in more than one)
  • A car for his mum (a family man through and through)
  • The Dwayne Johnson Rock Foundation, a charity which works with terminally ill children

Suffice it to say, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s net worth can afford any damn life he pleases.

Garry Lu
After stretching his legs with companies such as The Motley Fool and the odd marketing agency, Garry joined Boss Hunting in 2019 as a fully-fledged Content Specialist. In 2021, he was promoted to News Editor. Garry proudly retains a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, black bruises from Muay Thai, as well as a black belt in all things pop culture. Drop him a line at [email protected]


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