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Sandra Bullock is an American actress and producer who has landed roles in many of Hollywood’s biggest movies throughout her stellar career.
Whilst trying to find her feet in the industry, Bullock maintained a steady roster of small roles until she landed her first big break in 1993’s ‘Demolition Man’ alongside Sylvester Stallone and Wesley Snipes. Only a year later in 1994, Bullock co-starred in ‘Speed’ with Keanu Reeves which grossed an impressive $350.4 million worldwide. It was this production that skyrocketed her to the land of fame, where she has remained there ever since.
Now established as a leading actress in Hollywood, the 57 year old’s career continued to excel. Much of her success came from high profile and diverse movies such as ‘While You Were Sleeping’, ‘A Time To Kill’, ‘Miss Congeniality’ and ‘Two Weeks Notice’, all of which grossed well over $100 million.
In more recent years, the Virginian-born actress has upped her game even further, starring in even bigger movies. The most notable of these is undeniably her role as the voiceover of the villain in 2015’s animated film ‘Minions’ which grossed at a staggering $1.1 billion.
With a career that boasts glittering success, what is Bullock’s net worth in 2022?
According to celebritynetworth, Sandra Bullock has a staggering net worth of $250 million, which comes as no surprise if you consider the paychecks she has received throughout her career.
After receiving 15% of the box office receipts from the film ‘Gravity’ plus a guaranteed $20 million, Bullock’s paycheck for the movie, is north of $70 million. Other salary highlights include the $20 million for ‘The Blind Side’ and $15 million for ‘Murder by Numbers’ and her total career haul is reportedly close to $300 million.
Her net worth is even more impressive considering the lack of endorsement deals she involves herself in. In 2019, she even sued over the use of her image in misleading ads that may have given the impression that she endorsed a skincare line.
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