What is Javier Bardem's net worth?

JAVIER Bardem made his acting debut back in 1974, when he was only five years old, and has been non-stop ever since.

In 2021, Bardem was seen portraying the role of Desi Arnaz on Being the Ricardos and fans want to know a little bit more about his extensive fortune.

What is Javier Bardem's net worth?

Over the years, the 52-year-old Spanish actor has been in over 70 productions and is scheduled to star in at least an additional four within the coming years.

As of 2021, Bardem has an estimated net worth of $30million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

This number comes mostly from his extensive acting career.

What films has Javier starred in?

Since starting his career over 50 years ago, the former childhood star has been in multiple productions.

Some of his most iconic roles include:

  • Skyfall (2012)
  • No Country for Old Men (2007)
  • The Sea Inside (2004)
  • Biutiful (2010)
  • Being the Ricardos (2021)
  • Everybody Knows (2018)
  • Dune (2021)

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Bardem is also scheduled to star in the upcoming films, The Little Mermaid, Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile, Dune: Part Two and Bride of Frankenstein, according to his IMDb page.

Is Javier Bardem married?

When Bardem is not on set, he can typically be found at home with his wife, Penélope Cruz.

Born April 28, 1974, Cruz, 47, is famously known as an award-winning Spanish actress.

Over the years, she has been seen in a number of films including Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Vanilla Sky, Pirates of the Caribbean and Volver.

The couple have also welcomed two children together, Leo Encinas, 10, and Luna Encinas, 8.

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