Here’s the estimated net worth of wrestler and celebrity John Cena. It was in which his persona has been dubbed The Prototype that John Cena made his wrestling debut for Ultimate Pro Wrestling. He left his WWE introduction before too long, and over time could become one of wrestling’s greatest stars owing to his sheer charisma and distinctive, wannabe rapper personality. Like many wrestling stars before him like Roddy Piper (They Live) or Dwayne Johnson, it wasn’t long until Cena stepped from the ring and onto the big screen.
His first movie was 2006’s The Marine, in which he plays the title character that has to rescue his kidnapped wife from a bunch of thieves. While Cena carried the screen and has been encouraged with a hammy villain turn by Robert Patrick (Terminator 2: Judgment Day), the film itself wasn’t good and underperformed. Cena extended his acting muscles a little more in 2009 activity thriller 12 Rounds, though his hard work was in service of a mediocre project. Cena would mostly concentrate on his wrestling career in the years that followed, outside of occasional film and TV roles like Fred: The Movie or Psych. He also released a record in 2005 titled You Can’t Watch Me, after his trademark WWE catchphrase.
Given how much of a draw John Cena had become in WWE, his attention on his wrestling career was no surprise. Cena would later turn back to performing 2015’s Trainwreck, where he stole the show with his funny turn among Amy Schumer’s boyfriends. Cena is one of the hardest working men in show business, so it is little surprise Celebrity Net Worth estimates him to be worth $60 million.
John Cena followed Trainwreck with much more comedies like the Daddy’s Home duology and – more bizarrely – supplied a voice for Surf’s Up 2: WaveMania, a sequel to the forgotten animated experience from 2007. Cena would get raves for his performance as Lance Catamaran at Southpaw Regional Wrestling, a WWE comedy series. He moved on to voice the lead character in 2017’s Ferdinand, was part of this comic ensemble of Blockers and played Agent Burns in Bumblebee, which isn’t fond of Transformers.
In 2019 John Cena became the host of Are You Smarter Than A 5th Grader? And starred in poorly received family humor Playing With Fire, alongside Keegan-Michael Key. He is set to be a true movie star because of upcoming endeavors like F9 where he plays villain Jakob Toretto – brother of franchise protagonist Dom – and he’s also playing Peacemaker in James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad.