|32 years old
|Source Of Income
Aaron Taylor-Johnson hails from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, England, and is a well-known English actor. Johnson was born on born 13 June 1990 to a civil engineer Robert Johnson and Sarah, a housewife.
Aaron has made headlines due to being the frontrunner for the next James Bond. While the fans debate the possibility of replacing Daniel Craig and becoming the next 007, let’s look at his net worth and personal life.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson Net Worth
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Aaron Taylor-Johnson has a stable net worth of $16 million. Aaron has appeared in several hit movies like ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ and has many fans all over the world. Most of his fortune has welled up due to his feature films and television shows like ‘Kick Ass’.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson Career
Aaron Taylor-Johnson started acting at the age of six when he participated in a production of Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth’. He then starred in many television and film projects. His career breakthrough was when he played John Lennon in the biographical film ‘Nowhere Boy’. In 2012, Aaron played Count Vronsky in ‘Anna Karenina’, which starred Keira Knightley. ‘Kick-Ass’ earned him much fame but entering the MCU as Pietro Maximoff made him a household name. Now, he might become the next James Bond.
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Aaron Taylor-Johnson’s Personal Life
Aaron met British filmmaker Sam Taylor-Wood in 2009 on the set of her directorial debut ‘Nowhere Boy’. He was 18 and she was 42 at the time. The two fell in love and after dating for a while, they got married on 21 June 2012. They also changed their surnames to Taylor-Johnson after the wedding.
Aaron Taylor-Johnson Fashion
Besides being one of the best actors in the lot Johnson is also known for his incredible dress sense. He was titled as one of the top 50 best-dressed British men in GQ in 2015. While this is not the highest title that he has under his name it certainly adds to his demeanor.
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