Jared Leto Net Worth (2022 Update): The Man Who Conquered Hollywood

From Dallas Buyers Club to Thirty Seconds to Mars, American actor and musician Jared Leto is always ready to go to a creative war. With a net worth of $90 million, he’s become a familiar face and a master of his craft.

Jared Leto Net Worth
But How Did He Make His Money?

The one thing that’s well-known about ultra high net worth individuals (UHNWs) – the folks worth at least $30 million USD – is that virtually ALL of them have some part of their fortune in real estate.

Many of the more famous rich people and “celebrity entrepreneurs” actually got their start in real estate. And that’s great for them! Not so much for us…

See, more millionaires are created during recessions than any other part of the economic cycle. Which is cool, except the last real recession was 2008, when real estate prices were in the tank and you could buy a whole neighborhood with $100,000.

Now, though, real estate prices are through the roof, and interest rates are skyrocketing too. So how does the everyday person start building a massive net worth in an economy like this one?

Have you considered Digital Real Estate?

The internet’s been around for decades, but the possibility of actually owning high-value pieces of property ON the internet is fairly new.

In other words, it’s a wide open playing field…but it won’t stay that way forever.

Here’s a quick summary of how Digital Real Estate works:

You invest a little money (maybe around $100) to either purchase or build a piece of “land” on the internet.

You specifically place this “land” in a high-traffic area, where lots of people pass through (just like traditional real estate, it’s all about Location, Location, Location).

The folks who pass through your “land” all happen to be looking for a specific product or service, so you “rent” your land to a business owner who happens to offer that product or service.

The business owner pays you $500 to $2,000 a month to “rent” your Digital Real Estate, because it helps them connect with their ideal customers.

Think of it like buying a strip mall, or an office space, just on the internet, for WAAAAYYY less money and headache.

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But for now, let’s dig in a little more about Jared Leto…

Net Worth:

$90 million




December 26, 1971

Country of Origin:


Source of Wealth

Actor, And Musician

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Jared Leto makes a living as an actor and musician. He first became well-known for playing Jordan Catalano in the teen drama “My So-Called Life” in 1994.

Since then, he has been in several well-known movies, such as “Prefontaine” (1997), “Fight Club” (1999), “Girl, Interrupted” (1999), “Dallas Buyers Club” (2013), and “Suicide Squad” (2016).

Jared Leto has won a lot of awards for his work, including an Oscar and a Golden Globe for “Dallas Buyers Club.”

He has been singing lead vocals and playing guitar, bass, and keyboard in the rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars since 1998.

Jared Leto started the social media management company “The Hive,” the concert ticket company “The One and Only Golden Tickets,” and the live streaming video service “VyRT.”

He also put money into the website Reddit, the private jet company Surf Air, and the financial services company Robinhood, worth more than $5 billion as of 2018.

Jared Leto also cares a lot about animal rights. PETA named him the Sexiest Vegetarian of 2014, and helps charities like Art of Elysium, Habitat for Humanity, and the J/P Haitian Relief Organization.

In 2015, the World Wide Fund for Nature made him a global ambassador.

From 1999 to 2003, Jared dated actress Cameron Diaz. He has also been with Scarlett Johansson and Ashley Olsen.

early Life

Jared Leto Net Worth

Jared Joseph Leto was born to Anthony and Constance in Bossier City, Louisiana. His parents divorced when he was still young. Anthony killed himself when Jared was eight years old.

He has an older brother, Shannon, a half-sister, Jamie, and two half-brothers, Mateo and Matthias.

His mother encouraged him and his brother to be creative; that’s when Jared and Shannon started making music together.

He quit school during his second year but later went back and finished high school at the Emerson Preparatory School in Washington, D.C.

He went to the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and transferred to the School of Visual Arts in New York City to study filmmaking. Jared Leto also went to the now-part of George Washington University Corcoran School of Arts and Design.


Jared Letos Net Worth

Jared Leto moved to Los Angeles in 1992 and got his big break two years later when he was cast as Jordan Catalano on “My So-Called Life” on ABC. Even though the show got good reviews, it was canceled after the first season.

Jared’s first movie was “How to Make an American Quilt,” which aired in 1995. Critics started noticing him in his 1997 movie “Prefontaine,” in which he played runner, Steve Prefontaine.

In 1998, he appeared in the horror movie “Urban Legend,” which made an impressive $72.5 million at the box office, and “The Thin Red Line,” which won him a Satellite Award.

He also appeared in movies in the late 1990s, such as “Fight Club” and “Girl, Interrupted.” In 2000, he played a heroin addict in “Requiem for a Dream” and Paul Allen in “American Psycho.”

Jared Leto continued his successful career. He played a bad guy in the movie “Panic Room” in 2002 and played Mark David Chapman in the 2007 movie “Chapter 27.” After “Mr. Nobody” came out in 2009, he took a break from acting to focus on his band.

He turned his focus being the lead vocalist and main songwriter for the rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars, which he and his brother Shannon started in 1998.

They released their debut album “30 Seconds to Mars” in 2002. Followed by “A Beautiful Lie” (2005), “This Is War” (2009), “Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams” (2013), and “America” (2018).

The band has sold more than 15 million albums, and the RIAA has given platinum certification to “A Beautiful Lie,” “This Is War,” and “Love, Lust, Faith, and Dreams.”

After five years of hiatus from his acting career, Jared Leto played a drug-addicted transgender woman in the 2014 movie “Dallas Buyers Club.” It got him the best reviews of his career and a number of awards and nominations.

He won an Academy Award, a Golden Globe, a Film Independent Spirit Award, an Online Film & Television Association Award, and a Screen Actors Guild Award for his role.

In 2016, he played the Joker in “Suicide Squad,” and in 2017, he played the bad guy Niander Wallace in “Blade Runner 2049” and the short film “2036: Nexus Dawn.”

How Does He Do It?

Jared Letos Net Worth

Jared Leto Success Clues

One: opportunity doesn’t find you, you find it.
Two: explore the uncomfortable and the politically incorrect.

Featured Jared Leto's Best Quotes Of All Time Quotes

"I like to employ the power of no. We all want to say yes, because with yes comes so much opportunity, but with the power of no comes focus and engagement."
"Sometimes you fall in love with a song 'cause it's new, it's exciting and you just birthed it. Then you fall out of love sometimes. But the strongest songs always survive and you come back and you fall in love all over again."
"You've got one life, live it. Follow your dreams, quit your job, drop out of school, tell your boyfriend that he's lousy and walk out the door. This is your time. This is your life. You know what? Dream as big as you want to, its the cheapest thing you'll ever do."
"So many people have tried to get happiness and serenity from outside things; it's pretty much common knowledge that is a road to nowhere. I've never heard anybody say, 'Fame made me the complete person I am.' Well, I'm sure people have said it, but nobody I respect."


Jared Leto’s net worth of $90 million shows how well-versed he is at juggling both his acting and music career.

As an artist, Jared Leto never wallowed in his mistakes. Even when doubt, fear, and failure came knocking on his door, he kept moving forward.

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