Channing Tatum’s Net Worth and Income Are as Follows
Channing Tatum is an actor, dancer, producer, and model from the United States with an estimated net worth of $80 million.
He is undoubtedly a well-compensated actor, but he has held the title of the highest-paid actor in the world on at least one time, courtesy to a hugely lucrative agreement for the film “Magic Mike,” which we explain below. Channing received around $90 million on the two Magic Mike films (pre-divorce).
Channing Tatum Childhood
Channing Tatum was born in Cullman, Alabama, on April 26, 1980, the son of Kay and Glenn Tatum (an airline worker and construction builder, respectively).
He was raised in a rural location near the Mississippi River’s bayous. He was involved in athletics as a child and struggled academically due to a diagnosis of ADD and Dyslexia. Tatum was a football scholarship recipient at Gaither High School in Tampa, Florida, and Glenville State College in West Virginia. He eventually dropped college and returned to his hometown, where he took odd jobs.
He began as a roofer and later became a stripper under Chan Crawford’s nickname at a local bar.
Channing Tatum Career
Tatum had his first taste of show business in 2000 when he was cast as a dancer in Ricky Martin’s “She Bangs” video, earning $400 for the gig. He was spotted and signed with Page 305 Modeling Agency by a model talent scout.
He began modeling for major brands such as Gap, Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, and Abercrombie & Fitch before transitioning to Mountain Dew and Pepsi national television commercials in 2002.
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Tatum began his modeling career with Ford Models in New York City and remained with them until he began pursuing acting gigs.
Channing’s first film role was in “She’s the Man,” starring Amanda Bynes (2006). Later that year, Tatum featured with Jenna Dewan in the critically derided yet box financial smash “Step Up.” Tatum starred in seven films between 2006 and 2009.
He debuted as a producer with “A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints,” which he co-produced with Dito Montiel. Tatum starred as Sean McArthur, a teenage hustler who survives in New York City by scalping tickets.
Tatum stated to Details magazine in early 2012 that he desired to act as a producer on all future films in which he appeared since he desired participation from the ground up in the creation of each picture.
He and his wife (Jenna Dewan) inked a producing pact with Relativity Media for any films generated during that period.
Tatum reunited with Soderbergh in 2012 to play with Rooney Mara and Jude Law in “Side Effects.” In 2013, he participated in another action film, White House Down. Tatum reprised his main role from 21 Jump Street in the sequel, 22 Jump Street, which was a box office hit (2014.)
Later that year, he co-starred in Foxcatcher with Steve Carell. The film was nominated for numerous significant prizes, including two Academy Awards and a Golden Globe nomination for Best Picture.
He then reprised his role as Mike in the sequel to Magic Mike, Magic Mike XXL, which he also co-produced. He starred in the big sci-fi film “Jupiter Ascending” in 2015.
Channing Tatum Private Life
In 2006, Channing met Jenna Dewan on the set of Step Up. They married in Malibu on July 11, 2009. Everly was born in May 2013 in London (where the couple was residing during the making of Jupiter Ascending).
After almost nine years of marriage, Tatum and Dewan announced their split in April 2018. In November 2019, their divorce was completed.
Jenna has received a divorce settlement in the $20-30 million range, including real estate and continuous spousal maintenance, because they married during some of Channing’s most prosperous years.
Tatum began dating singer Jessie J in 2018. The couple temporarily separated in 2019 but reconciled in early 2020.