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What Is Daniel Craig’s Net Worth?

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What Is Daniel Craig’s Net Worth?

You'd have to have been living under a rock to not know that Daniel Craig's new James Bond film comes out this week.

No Time to Die will be Daniel Craig's fifth and final Bond movie. Meanwhile, fans are already looking ahead to who the next James Bond might be. Craig himself insisted that Hugh Jackman wouldn't be taking the title. "Over my dead body," he said.

Daniel Craig is the longest-serving James Bond actor by time-span, having possessed the license to kill for more than 15 years. By number of films though, Roger Moore is considered the longest-serving James Bond, having starred in seven Bond movies.

The major popularity of the franchise leads many fans to wondering how much Daniel Craig is worth after all of those blockbuster films (which we've put in order of how to watch).

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How old is Daniel Craig?

Born on 2nd March 1968 in Chester, UK, Daniel Craig is 53-years-old in 2021.

At the time of starring in his first Bond movie (Casino Royale, 2006), he was 38-years-old.

Daniel Craig poses with the Bond girl Eva Green and Caterina Murnio during the filming of
Daniel Craig poses with the Bond girl Eva Green and Caterina Murnio during the filming of
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What is Daniel Craig's net worth?

Daniel Craig is reported to be worth a whopping $160 million (£120 million) in 2021.

He was named one of the world's highest-paid actors in 2015 by Forbes and remains one of the world's richest actors alive today.

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How much is Daniel Craig getting paid for the new Bond film?

According to Variety, Craig is raking in roughly $25 million (£18.6 million) for the latest Bond film, which is more than Dwayne Johnson earned for his 2020 film Red Notice ($22 million).

It's safe to say, Craig can certainly afford to drive the hottest cars like his character did in the 007 films.

What is the highest-grossing Bond film?

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Daniel Craig's Skyfall is considered the highest-grossing and most successful Bond movie. It reportedly raked in a colossal $1.1 billion in worldwide revenue.

However, that's debatable because that's without taking inflation into account. If inflation is taken into account, Skyfall comes in third place as the highest-grossing Bond movie, with Goldfinger in second place and Thunderball taking the top spot.

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Topics: Celebrity, TV and Film, Daniel Craig, James Bond

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