George Clooney Gave $1m in Cash to Each of his 14 Best Friends

George Clooney has confirmed the rumors that he gave $1 Million in cash to each of his 14 friends. Many people were already suspecting; George is undoubtedly a generous type. Clooney revealed that he invited his friends, who are friends known as “The Boys,” and gave each of them a $1 Million suitcase. Rande Gerber is the only one confirmed on the list, and he is a former model and good friend of George Clooney. Except for Rande Gerber, other members haven’t been revealed publicly. 

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George Clooney – Oscar-Award Winning Actor

George Clooney is quite famous and, over the years, has garnered a strong fan following from around the world. George undoubtedly lives in the hearts of millions. He was listed as the highest-paid actor in 2018 by Forbes. George has earned quite a lot from acting, filmmaking, and other ventures. However, he earned $700 million after he sold off his tequila brand Casamigos and the remaining $300 Million will be cleared in the upcoming decade. Over the years, George has accumulated megabucks, and he’s undoubtedly a mega-millionaire. George Clooney’s net worth is estimated to be around $800 Million. That’s the reason he has squandered $ million in cash to each of his friends. George gave out the money in 2013 when he wasn’t married and didn’t have family plans. 

George Clooney Gave $1m in Cash to Each of his 14 Best Friends

The rumors that were floating among the fans that George Clooney has given $1 million to each of his 14 best friends, and they are the ones that helped him in his tough times. They helped the Academy-award winning actor when he wasn’t famous at all. George said that he gave out the money in an interview after receiving a bigger-than-expected payout from the film Gravity. He further added that at the time, he wasn’t planning a family. However, after one year in 2014, he married Amal. The actor said that these guys helped him some way or other, even when he wasn’t famous at all.