Michael B Jordan Net Worth: Actor Michael Bakari Jordan hails from the US. He is well-known for his performances in the Ryan Coogler-written and -directed dramas Fruitvale Station (2013), Creed (2015), and Black Panther (2018) as Erik Killmonger, a boxer, and Oscar Grant, a shooting victim. Jordan returned to play Creed in Creed II (2018).
What Is Michael B Jordan’s Net Worth?
An American actor named Michael B. Jordan has a net worth of $25 million. The movies Fruitvale Station (2013), Creed (2015), and Black Panther (2018) as well as the television series The Wire (2002), All My Children (2003-2006), Friday Night Lights (2009-2011), and “Parenthood” are Jordan’s most well-known works (2010–2011).
Michael has received numerous honors for his acting skills, including a National Society of Film Critics Award, 3 BET Awards, and 5 NAACP Image Awards. Jordan has performed in music videos for Pleasure P, Jay-Z, and Snoh Aalegra in addition to his work in film and television. You can also hear Jordan’s voice in the video games “Gears of War 3,” “NBA 2K17,” “Wilson’s Heart,” and “Creed: Rise to Glory.”
Michael B. Jordan And The New “Creed” Movie
This week saw the debut of the “Creed III” trailer, which has Michael B. Jordan returning to the big screen to portray one of his most recognizable characters in a new chapter.
Canelo Alvarez, a boxing legend, was also directed by the actor.
Who Is Michael B. Jordan?
On February 9, 1987, in Santa Ana, California, Michael Bakari Jordan became Michael B. Jordan. With his father Michael, a caterer, mother Donna, a high school career counselor, older sister Jamila, and younger brother Khalid, he grew up in Newark, New Jersey.
Michael attended Newark Arts High School, where he majored in acting and also played basketball. He graduated from there in 2005. Jordan worked as a child model for Toys “R” Us, Modell’s Sporting Goods, and several other businesses. When he was 12 years old, he landed his first acting role.
When Did Michael B. Jordan Start His Career?
In 1999, Jordan made his acting debut in an episode of “The Sopranos” on HBO. He also had appearances that year on “Cosby” on CBS and in the movie “Black and White.” He co-starred in the 2001 film “Hardball” with Keanu Reeves and Diane Lane.
The critically acclaimed HBO series “The Wire” included Michael in 12 episodes the next year, and in 2003, he took the place of a future “Black Panther” co-star on the ABC serial opera “All My Children.” Jordan continued to feature on the program until June 2006, appearing in 59 episodes and receiving NAACP Image Awards and “Soap Opera Digest” Award nominations.
Before taking the lead in the 2007 movie “Blackout,” he appeared in recurring guest roles on the crime dramas “Without a Trace,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” and “Cold Case.” Michael made an appearance in “Pastor Brown,” “Bones,” and “Burn Notice” episodes in 2009. In the same year, he also started a 26-episode run on the NBC football drama “Friday Night Lights” and appeared in all 13 episodes of the Canadian sitcom “The Assistants.”
In 2010, Jordan had an appearance as one of the “faces of the future” in “Nylon” magazine Young Hollywood Issue, made guest appearances on “Lie to Me” and “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” and joined the cast of NBC’s “Parenthood,” making an appearance in 16 episodes. On BuddyTV’s list of “TV’s Sexiest Men of 2011,” Michael came in at number 80.
In 2012, he made a cameo appearance on the Fox medical drama “House,” as well as appearances in the movies “Red Tails” and “Chronicle.” For his portrayal of gunshot victim Oscar Grant in the 2013 film “Fruitvale Station,” Jordan won multiple honors, and “People” and “Variety” singled him out as an “actor to watch.”
Michael was listed by both GQ and Entertainment Weekly as one of the year’s biggest rising stars. He starred as Johnny Storm in the critically panned 2015 film “Fantastic Four,” but later that year, in the “Rocky” sequel/spin-off “Creed,” he was praised for his portrayal of Apollo Creed’s son. The movie made $173.6 million at the box office, while its follow-up, “Creed II,” made $214.1 million more.
Michael portrayed the villain Erik “Killmonger” Stevens in “Black Panther” in 2018, which came in at number two in terms of movie office revenue and received seven Academy Award nominations. A follow-up is in the works and will debut in 2022.
Jordan and his parents moved into a 4,627-square-foot home in Sherman Oaks, California, for $1.7 million in 2016. This property is still his to own.
He bought a 4,530-square-foot mansion in the Hollywood Hills from model and businesswoman Daisy Fuentes for $5.8 million and moved into it in 2019. In March 2022, Michael listed this house for a little under $7 million. In May 2022, he finally agreed to accept $6.95 million. Here is the listing’s video tour:
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Michael B. Jordan spent $12.51 million on a newly built, 12,300 square-foot mansion in Encino, California, on a half-acre site, in May 2022. For some reason, Michael placed this house for sale at $12.998 million just six months later, in January 2023. Michael reportedly spent $500,000 renovating the home’s air conditioning and security systems when he owned it.
Additionally, he modified the exterior’s white color to a blend of black and grey. Keep yourself updated with all the latest news from our website Newswatchlist.com and get all the recent updates.