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How not to be like actor Johnny Depp, who made $650 million and now is reportedly broke.
By Barry Ritholtz|July 19, 2018 at 10:12 AM
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(Bloomberg Opinion) –The 1980s television series “21 Jump Street” launched Johnny Depp’s acting career; “Edward Scissorhands,” director Tim Burton’s dark Gothic fairy tale, made him a movie star. But it was Disney’s “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies that made him rich. The original film and its sequels grossed about $4.5 billion in ticket sales. That franchise, along with other films, earned Depp an estimated $650 million, according to Rolling Stone.
If we are to believe the reports, most of it is gone.
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