George Clooney is one of the most well successful actors of all times. Clooney became a household name thanks to his role on ER. Since then we have seen in him in countless great productions like Ocean's Eleven, Syriana and Solaris.
Although he keeps his personal life away from the spotlight, the actor was also known for dating several pretty women, before settling down with Amal Clooney. Clooney has a net worth evaluated on $500 million. Unsurprisingly, he seems to have a life with the best money can afford. Keep scrolling and discover how he spends part of his fortune.
10 A Villa in Italy - $13 million
George Clooney has invested millions on real estate around the world. However, this might be his most impressive house. The actor paid $13 million for a fantastic villa in Lake Como, Italy, in 2011. The 18th-century property has 13 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a large garage, an outdoor swimming pool, a gym and a tennis court.
George and Amal use to receive A-list guests at the villa. The Obama family, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas, Brad Pitt and Cindy Crowford were some of their famous guests.
When the Obama family stayed in the place, people could not be closer than 300 feet from the property, or they would receive $570 fine.
9 Chevrolet Corvette V8 C1 convertible
George Clooney is the proud owner of a Chevrolet Corvette V8 C1 convertible. Although it is a valuable classic, this is more than just a vehicle to Clooney. His father purchased the car in 1958, and the actor is doing an excellent job conserving it.
In 2015 Clooney was spotted driving it with a friend in Los Angeles. Ocean Eleven's star has done some upgrades and covered the seats with leather. According to The Daily Mail, this rare vintage car can be worth up to $85.000. But it is unlikely we are going to see this car on the market any time soon.
8 Los Angeles Home
The Oscar-winning actor has excellent taste for homes. He also has the money to afford it. In 1995 he paid $2.2 million in a villa in Los Angeles. The property has 7300 square-feet has multiple bedrooms, a large wine cellar, a cinema and also a basketball court.
"I was in the second season of 'ER' living in a little house and I thought, well maybe it's time to get a little bit larger house off the street so I wouldn't fall prey to every photographer," he said when she showed the house in 2012.
George Clooney has a passion for motorcycles. He has many of them and people are in use to see him driving them around in Los Angeles or Italy. However, that is a hobby he had to let go.
Last year the actor suffered a serious accident while driving a motorcycle in Italy. Amal Clooney, his wife and human rights lawyer, convinced the actor to get rid of his collection. Sadly, he had just purchased a Harley Davison. A few months later, the motorcycle on an auction.
It seems that we are not going to see Clooney on two wheels again.
6 Home in Mexico
George Clooney paid $50 million for a magnificent home in Cabo, Mexico. The property has two individual villas, and the other belonged to Cindy Crawford. They called the property Casamigos.
The villa has seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms and a fireplace outdoors. The swimming pool has a mesmerizing view of the ocean. Although it looked perfect, Clooney sold the house in 2015 to a billionaire.
Some sources say that Clooney wanted to invest in another real estate complex in the country. But nothing was confirmed. However, the actor used part of his fortune to invest in Mexico in other ways.
5 Tequila Brand
Selling the house doesn't mean that Casamigos doesn't exist anymore. In 2013, Clooney and two other friends launched the tequila brand Casamigos. Each one invested $600.000.
Clooney is not only a great actor but also a talented entrepreneur. The Casamigos did very well on the market and was sold in 2017 for $1 billion. That means that each partner received over $330 million.
"If you asked us four years ago if we had a billion-dollar company, I don't think we would have said yes," he told CBS. "This reflects Diageo's belief in our company and our belief in Diageo. But we're not going anywhere. We'll still be very much a part of Casamigos. Starting with a shot tonight. Maybe two."
4 Berkshire Estate
George and Amal spend most of their days in this $13 million Berkshire mansion. The couple bought the 17th-century home a few days after their wedding in Venice.
They renovated the house after the purchase and added a terrace, cinema, and a pool house. The place is famous for hosting several parties. The couple is known for being very low-key about their personal lives, but they shared a glimpse of their home on Vogue Magazine. The house is surrounded by trees to ensure their privacy.
3 Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional
When the Apollo 11 astronauts went into space for the first time, Omega gave each of them a watch. When they returned, the brand gave them an exclusive golden version of the watches. Sources say that they tried to create something that resembles the moon's color.
Five decades later, Omega relaunches the Omega Speedmaster Moonwatch Professional. There are just one thousand units of this watch all over the world. George Clooney has one of them.
Alex Rodriguez, Sylvester Stallone, Jay-Z, and Ellen DeGeneres are other A-list names who have the rare watch.
2 Tango 600
In 2005 the Tango 600 was released on the market. The electric car dragged the attention for being extremely narrow. The idea was using the car after charging it for three hours. It cost over $100.000.
George Clooney loved the idea and bought a model. His image helped to promote the Tango 600, and many people have heard of it after seeing the actor driving the car. However, it has been years since we have seen Clooney driving it. But as we know, he has several other models in his garage.
1 Tesla "Signature 100" Roadster
George Clooney had a Tesla Signature 100 Roadster that cost $100.000. However, he donated in 2012 for an auction. The money went to victims in Sudan. That year, he was also arrested for protest in front of Sudanese embassy.
"This is an incredible opportunity to purchase a modern collector car with all the right elements: one-owner, celebrity provenance; historical significance; limited-edition rarity and philanthropic ties," David Gooding, the president of the Santa Monica-based auction house, said to Forbes.