SRK beats Tom Cruise, named the second richest actor in the world

Shah Rukh Khan is the lone Indian celebrity to make it to a list of the top ten wealthiest Hollywood and Bollywood personalities by beating stars like Tom Cruise and Johnny Depp.

hidden May 21, 2014 21:22:25 IST
SRK beats Tom Cruise, named the second richest actor in the world

New York: Shah Rukh Khan is the lone Indian celebrity to make it to a list of the top ten wealthiest Hollywood and Bollywood personalities by beating stars like Tom Cruise and Johnny Depp.

The 48-year-old actor, who is the owner of an IPL team and acted in more than 50 Bollywood films, has come second on the Wealth-X's list with an estimated fortune of $600 million.

SRK beats Tom Cruise named the second richest actor in the world

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Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has topped the rich list with a fortune of $820 million.

Cruise is on third number with a fortune of USD 480 million while Tyler Perry and Depp are fourth and fifth respectively with an estimated wealth of USD 450 million each.

The list also includes several Academy Award winners including Jack Nicholson ($400 million), Tom Hanks ($390 million) and actor Clint Eastwood ($370 million).

Nicholson is at the number six followed by Hanks, Bill Cosby, Eastwood and Adam Sandler.

Wealth-X is world's leading ultra high net worth intelligence and prospecting firm with the largest collection of curated research on UHNW individuals. The research was done by using a proprietary valuation model to assess all asset holdings including privately and publicly held businesses and investible assets to develop the net worth valuation.

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