Shia LaBeouf was born in Los California and started having interest in entertainment from a very young age. He began his career as a standup comedian at the young age of 10 at different clubs in his hometown. For details of all his earnings and achievements, continue reading:
After spending LeBeouf's few years as a stand-up comedian alone, he soon joined the movie industry. He made his debut roles in the movie ‘Holes’ back in the year 2003. And since then Shia LaBeouf's net worth has been rising at an increasing rate. As of 2018, Shia LaBeouf's net worth has reached the value of $25 million.
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Back in 2006, his salary from 'Bobby' was $400,000. Similarly a year later, his earnings drastically increased with the release of Transformers and reached to $750,000. Again after few years his earning reached to $5,000,000 from Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. His salary was around $15,000,000 in the Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
Moving on to Shia LaBeouf's assets, he owns several vehicles but some of his major assets is his Triumph Truxton 900 motorcycle which costs over $14,000 and 1975 Checker Marathon car that costs around $20,000. He currently owns a house at Deervale Drive, Sherman Oaks, CA and the price of the house is around $1,825,000 when he bought it. The house is in 2,463 square feet with three bedrooms and four bathrooms.
Shia, being an awesome actor, has won numerous awards and has been nominated for several awards. Recently in 2018, he won ‘seeing the bigger picture award’ for ‘TakeMeAnywhere.’ Back in 2003, he won the Daytime Emmy Award for the Outstanding Performer in a children’s series’ for the movie Even Stevens.
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In 2006, he won another award for ‘Best Actor’ for the movie ‘A Guide to Recognizing Your Stains.’ In the same year, he also shared another ‘Hollywood Film Award’ for the movie ‘Bobby’ with several other actors. In 2005, he won ‘Children’s Film Audience Award’ for the movie ‘Let’s Love Hate.’ In 2009, he also won ‘Teen choice award’ for the movie ‘Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen.’