Boasting a net worth of $80 million, Channing Tatum is an American actor, producer, model, and dancer whose career has earned him tremendous success. On more than one occasion, he was even the highest-paid actor in the world thanks to his lucrative contracts for films like “Magic Mike,” which reaped big rewards for him.
Everyone’s eyes were opened to Channing Tatum when he starred in the Shakespeare-based romantic comedy “She’s the Man.”. But it wasn’t until his impressive performance as the brooding best friend of Shia LaBeouf in “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints” that audiences began taking notice. Finally, with his surprise hit role in “Step Up,” Tatum was truly propelled into stardom.
Channing Tatum Net Worth in 2024
He has accumulated an impressive net worth of $80 million from his movie roles and investments in Los Angeles real estate, according to various sources.
|Channing Matthew Tatum
|Actor, Producer, Model, and Dancer
|Channing Tatum’s Net Worth
|$80 Million USD
Channing Tatum Assets
Real Estate Properties: After purchasing the Laurel Canyon home for a whopping $2.6 million in 2008, Channing and Jenna took it one step further in 2018 when they splurged on an even more enormous mansion in Beverly Hills at a total cost of $6 million. It was eventually decided that Jenna would keep the luxurious abode after their divorce. The celebrity also invested a whopping $5.6 million in securing the traditional 3,300-square-foot abode, which also consists of an additional guesthouse.
Car Collection: Channing Tatum’s incredible presence on-screen is well known, but his impressive collection of cars often goes unnoticed. Let us take a look at the vehicles in Channing Tatum’s garage.
|Chevrolet 3100 Pickup
|Cadillac Escalade Pickup
|Mercedes G Wagon
About Channing Tatum
On April 26, 1980, Channing Tatum came into the world in Cullman, Alabama. His parents were Kay and Glenn (an airline employee and a construction builder, respectively). He was brought up amidst nature in rural Mississippi, close to the mighty Mississippi River. Being quite sporty since his childhood days due to his ADD and dyslexia diagnosis, he faced difficulties with academics. Tatum attended Gaither High School in Tampa, Florida, and Glenville State College in West Virginia with a football scholarship. After leaving school he returned home to take up odd jobs, starting out as a roofer before taking on the role of Chan Crawford at a local nightclub, where he worked as a stripper.
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan met on the set of Step Up in 2006, before going on to tie the knot 3 years later. Then, after deciding to take a leap away from London during filming for Jupiter Ascending came to daughter Everly; born in May 2013. But unfortunately, their love story drew to an end come April 2018 when they announced their separation—their divorce was finalized one year later in November 2019. It is thought that with Channing’s success having skyrocketed throughout those 9 years of marriage, Jenna received a handsome settlement amounting up to $30 million including real estate and spousal support post-divorce.
In 2018, Tatum and singer Jessie J officially started their relationship. Unfortunately, they had a brief split in 2019 but rekindled the flame in 2020.
Channing Tatum Career
Tatum’s entry into the show business occurred when he was picked to feature as a dancer in Ricky Martin’s “She Bangs” video, for which he received $400. This led him to be discovered by a talent scout who signed him up with Page 305 Modeling Agency. Tatum then went on to acquire bigger modeling assignments, working with the likes of Armani, Gap, Abercrombie & Fitch, and Dolce & Gabbana before landing national TV ads for Mountain Dew and Pepsi in 2002. Subsequently signing with Ford Models New York City until his focus shifted toward acting roles solidified Tatum’s place within the industry.
Channing Tatum’s first film appearance was alongside Amanda Bynes in the 2006 movie “She’s the Man.”. His real success, however, came later that year when he and Jenna Dewan starred together in the box office smash “Step Up,” much to the critical dismay of many. By 2009, despite a slew of negative reviews, Channing had appeared in seven films.
Channing Tatum made his producing debut with “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints,” and he joined forces with Dito Montiel as the film’s co-producer. Taking on the role of Sean McArthur, a young hustler who makes money by scalping tickets in NYC, Channing was able to showcase his remarkable talent once again. In 2012, Tatum boldly declared to Details magazine that he wished for his future movies to be produced by him so as to have a more hands-on approach to their creation. Subsequently, along with Jenna Dewan and Reid Carolin (their production partners), they formed an agreement with Relativity Media, which enabled the development of all their upcoming projects.