The British heartthrob, Tom Hardy Taboo star, has played many various roles over the years. Now what we are interested in is: How much is he actually worth?
16 years ago, playing the role of John A. Janovec in Band of Brothers, Tom Hardy Taboo star got his first acting break. From then, he appeared in many movies like Star Trek: Nemesis (2002) and in 2006 he played Matthew in Sweeney Todd.
Those roles were just Tom Hardy’s start, but how much has his showbiz career made him so far?
Reportedly, the Tom Hardy Taboo star has a net worth of $15 million (£11 million) as of last year. However, estimates actually go up as high as $30 million (£23 million).
Not long ago, Tom Hardy starred in the likes of Dunkirk (which made $492.2 million at the U.S. box office), Oscar-winning The Revenant (that made $533 million at the box office) and Mad Max: Fury Road ($378.9 million).
Notwithstanding the handsome actor’s success, according to reports from earlier this year his BBC, One drama Taboo had a £2 million loss.
Tom was reportedly left with a major shortfall because the cost of producing the high-budget series couldn’t be covered with the income.
At that time a spy shared The Sun: “No matter who you are or how much money you’re worth, £2 million is a lot of money to simply throw away.”
Apparently, Taboo has made an income of £8.4 million. However, the insider claimed that the actor would hope to cover the losses from the £10.4 million it cost to make through DVD and digital sales and syndication rights around the world.
Taboo had just 3.9 million tuning in for the third episode in January. However, it achieved to soar in online viewing figures and became one of iPlayer’s most popular series.
The Executive Producer of Taboo has since told Express.co.uk: “There has been no £2 million lost on the Taboo production.
“The cost of the production has been fully covered. These figures are taken from Interim accounts filed last year and are out of context and therefore misleading.
“Taboo Productions always had sufficient financing secured to complete and deliver the series.”