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Orlando Bloom Net Worth

Orlando Bloom Net Worth

Orlando Bloom net worth, wiki & biography:

$35 million is the amount of net worth that was gathered by English actor Orlando Bloom. Well we may describe that despite really good looking, talented in acting yet so famous, Orlando Bloom is quite rich too. Orlando Bloom should say thanks to the acting that help him to raise that amount of money especially the Pirates of Caribbean franchise. Orlando Bloom Net Worth But despite received high payment for his role as blacksmith Will Turner in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series, Bloom may receive plenty payment from another work too.

Orlando Bloom Net Worth $35 Million

His pretty face can be seen in several commercially successful movies like The Lord of the Rings, Kingdom of Heavens and New York, I Love You. Orlando Jonathan Blanchard Bloom was born in Canterbury, Kent, England on 13 January 1977. In his teenage year, Bloom received scholarships to attend the British American Drama Academy. He then began his career more professionally by appearing at British television detective drama Midsomer Murders on the episode Casualty. Bloom made the breakthrough in the movie with the very small role as a rent boy, in the 1997 film Wilde. But Orlando Bloom lather stole peoples’ attention and gained international recognition after portraying the elf-prince Legolas in epic film series, The Lord of the Rings. Latter Bloom made his existence more clearly after asking to join the cast of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, alongside actor Jhonny Depp and actress Kiera Knightly. Orlando Bloom got his main role in some movies like Kingdom of Heaven and Elizabethtown. Orlando Bloom is known as the actor that won’t talk too much about his salary and assets. But some media journalist believes that Orlando Bloom was paid about $2,000,000 and $3,000,000 for his main role in the Kingdom of Heaven (2005) and Elizabethtown (2005).

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