Today, we are going to talk about the professional life of actor Jack White. We will talk about how much he has earned from his career and what he spends his incomes on. Let's jump right in!
The record producer and singer, Jack White has made himself a multi-millionaire with his hard work and passion for art as his estimated net worth is reported to be than $45 million.
Most of the musician's earnings are from his singing career whereas just a fraction of his total worth was earned through his acting career. He started his career as the lead singer and guitarist of the band The White Stripes. After that, he was cast in Mutant Swinger from Mars in 2003.
Besides that, he also earns from his book, We Are Going to Be Friends. The book was published in 2017, in a hardcover edition. The book is priced at $13.08 in the US market. His book received great comments from the critics. The singer has a song with the same name as it was taken as a basis for the book.
YouTube: Jack White's We Are Going to Be Friends
Apart from that, Jack also earned $715,000 from the sales of his album, Blunderbuss. His another album, Lazaretto made $100,000 from his record sales. In 2007, the actor also earned from the sale of his Detroit house as he sold it for just $590,000.
As Jack White was born in Detroit, he wanted to support the place and make some difference. So, he has helped the place with some financial aids too.
In 2009, Jack donated a total of $170,000 for the renovation of a baseball pitch in his hometown. He donated the amount to the Detroit Clark Park for its baseball diamond renovation.
After that, the singer and actor also donated some $142,000 to save the nearly closed Detroit Masonic Temple in 2013. But, the details were kept a secret until June 2013. After the revealing of Jack's deed, the temple decided to name its second-largest theater, which is 27,878 sq ft. and can seat up to 1586 people, as the Jack White Theater. It was previously known as the Scottish Rite.
Jack White has also donated some cash to the National Recording Preservation Foundation. The musician donated a total of $200,000 as an inaugural gift for the restoration and preservation of the deteriorating sound recordings.