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AN INSIDE LOOK AT THE BIGGEST CELEBRITY BANK ACCOUNTS – THEIR ACCOUNT BALANCES WILL SHOCK YOU

Kirk Douglas – Est. $60 Million

Kirk Douglas is a name embedded in film and entertainment history. He is an icon of sorts, and he has decades worth of experience in Tinsel Town. He is one of the last surviving members of Hollywood’s Golden Age and undoubtedly a legend. At the age of 102, his energy levels are still an inspiration for many!

Over Kirk’s career, he has seen many earnings, and he now sports a net worth amounting to $60 million. Through several good investments, particularly in real estate, Douglas’ finances are in good order! In terms of his health, it isn’t easy being 103 years old, and naturally, his health has deteriorated. Unfortunately Kirk passed away on February 5th 2020 but his contribution to the film industry will forever be remembered.

Clint Eastwood – Est. $375m

The celebrated American filmmaker, actor, and musician has been in the limelight for several decades now. Eastwood has attained massive success as a director with movies like Unforgiven and Million Dollar Baby and proved his worth as an actor with films such as Tightrope, In the Line of Fire, and The Bridges of Madison County. His net wealth of a whopping Est. $375 million in his bank accounts proves how indispensable he is to Hollywood. We pray for his good health and hope that he has already mapped out a concrete life insurance plan.

Tiger Woods — Est. $740m

Tiger Woods was, at one time, one of the highest paid athletes in the world. It is obvious that he has amassed a huge wealth for himself in all these years. But he is back again in the circuit and making good money as his bank accounts look impressive. Even his fans have gotten over the scandal that had almost ruined his career and has definitely made a big dent in his banks. Despite all that, his net worth is huge, and we wonder how much he pays for his life insurance premiums?

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