• Affleck receives eight-figure pay for the films in which he acts.
  • While Lopez’s house is being renovated, he and his wife Jennifer Lopez are now residing in a $60 million mansion.
  • Affleck’s net worth is broken out below, along with how he is said to spend money.

A $600,000 cheque was shared between Affleck and Matt Damon for authoring “Good Will Hunting.”

Affleck and Damon didn’t receive a sizable salary, despite the fact that their 1997 film “Good Will Hunting,” for which they won an Oscar for best original screenplay, made them overnight stars in Hollywood.

In 2013, Affleck revealed to Boston Magazine that he and Damon shared the $600,000 from the sale of the script.

We were expected to receive $600,000, according to a Daily Variety article, he recalled. “Since we lacked credit, we utilised a copy of the Daily Variety to get the $3,000/monthly rental of this residence. “I don’t have credit, but this is who we are,” I said. And the landlord responded, “Fine, sure, all right.””

“We bought Jeep Cherokees for each other and rented fancier apartments because we believed that $600,000 would be enough to support us for 20 years. And within a year, we were bankrupt.”

For years, Affleck has been making an eight-figure salary.

Following “Good Will Hunting,” Affleck used films like “Armageddon,” “Pearl Harbor,” and “Daredevil” to launch his career as a huge Hollywood star.

Affleck has worked his way up to eight-figure salaries over the past few decades, including his roles as Batman in the DC Comics films “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” and “Justice League.”

‘Batman v Superman’ paid the star a ‘massive payday’ in 2014, helping him to earn $35 million.

According to Forbes, the actor made $35 million in 2014, which included a “big salary” for portraying the most recent Batman.

That year, as he worked on “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” Affleck was in the middle of playing the most recent Batman for the DC Comics franchise.

In 2016, he made $43 million.

According to Forbes, Affleck earned $43 million in 2016, which was a high point in the actor’s career at the time, as a result of the backend contract he had for “Batman v Superman.”

In 2020, he made $55 million. 

Forbes reports that the actor earned $55 million in 2020 as a result of eight-figure paychecks for roles in films like “The Last Duel” and the upcoming action film “Hypnotic,” both of which were directed by Robert Rodriguez.

When he started dating Jennifer Lopez in 2003, Affleck spent $7 million on an 87-acre home in Savannah, Georgia.

According to Dirt, he paid $7 million for the expansive estate, which has a main mansion with three bedrooms and five baths and 6,000 square feet.

The “Oyster House,” a second, larger home, has five bedrooms, three master suites, and bunk beds for overnight guests. It is 10,000 square feet in size. And it has a dock of its own.

After getting back in touch with his ex-girlfriend Jennifer Lopez, Affleck removed the house off the market and held the couple’s wedding reception there.

When they were first dating, Affleck gave Jennifer Lopez an engagement diamond worth $2.5 million.

When “Bennifer” was first released in the early 2000s, the two celebrities were engaged before ultimately putting off their nuptials in 2004.

A $2.5 million, 6.1-carat pink diamond Harry Winston engagement ring was the gift that Affleck gave to Lopez. After they broke up, Lopez returned it to him.

In 2019, Affleck and his ex-wife Jennifer Garner successfully sold their Pacific Palisades house.

In 2005, Affleck wed Garner. The two were divorced in 2018, following their 2015 separation.

In 2009, the couple spent $17.5 million to purchase an 8,800-square-foot home in the affluent Pacific Palisades neighbourhood of Los Angeles from producer Brian Grazer.

They sold the residence at a profit in 2019. For $32 million, it sold.

After divorcing Garner, Affleck moved into his second Pacific Palisades house, which he is seeking $30 million for.

Affleck moved into a 13,500-square-foot home he purchased for $19 million in 2018.

It contains a three-car garage, a motor court, a home theatre, an office, and seven bedrooms. The front porch has columns.

After getting married to Lopez, Affleck has been attempting to sell the house. It is priced little under $30 million on his listing.

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In order for Lopez’s home to be renovated, Affleck and Lopez are renting a $60 million estate (which could take over a year).

Since getting married, Affleck and Lopez have given up looking for a home.

The newlyweds have reportedly decided to move into Lopez’s present house, which is 14,000 square feet, sits on 8 acres, has 7 bedrooms, and has 13 bathrooms. However, it is undergoing renovation and might take more than a year to finish.

The $60 million property of Australian businessman James Packer is thus being rented by the couple.

Ben Affleck‘s net worth 2022: How he earns and spends his millions

FAQs about Ben Affleck

How much is the work of Ben Affleck worth?
An American actor, screenwriter, producer, and director with a $150 million fortune is Ben Affleck.

Ben Affleck is what race?
He has ancestors from England, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, Northern Irish (Scots-Irish), Wales, and France. His middle name, “Géza,” is the name of a family friend, while the surname “Affleck” is of Scottish ancestry. He was brought up mostly in an Episcopalian family.

Is there a tattoo on Ben Affleck’s back?
When Ben was filming shirtless sequences for the 2019 Netflix film Top Frontier, his extensive back tattoo became apparent. Ben initially insisted that the tattoo was fake, but he eventually admitted it was genuine and gave it the nickname “phoenix sprouting from his ass.”

 

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Since 2014, Eliza Grace has worked as a reporter covering movies and other forms of media. She is particularly well-known for the humorous way in which she analyses film. On a regular basis, she contributes articles to The Current that are movie reviews as well as articles about the newest movies, video games, and entertainment news. Words from Eliza Grace: "There's a standard formula for success in the entertainment medium and that's: Beat it to death if it succeeds."