Nicholas Cage has been one of the most consistent, American actors in Hollywood, and he can give you 150 million reasons why.
The man, who once outbid Leonardo DiCaprio for a dinosaur skull, had a net worth of hundreds of millions of dollars. With movies like National Treasure and Leaving Las Vegas, Cage had more than just money to his name. He had fame. However, no matter how grand his fortune was, he should've kept a budget. While whittling away $150 million seems impossible, Cage's insane purchases make the impossible, possible. "Nicholas Cage once went from a $150 million fortune to facing foreclosure on several properties and owing the IRS more than $6 million," according to The Bert Show.
While people can think of a CeeLo Green chain as extravagant, just look at what Cage used to own. His expenses were the ultimate paragons of wealth.
He was reported to own fifteen homes at one time, not to mention a castle or two in the European continent. His luxurious places of rest put a dent in his pocket, but so did his other purchases. He bought the deceased Shah of Iran's Lamborghini, an octopus worth more than the average American abode, a stolen skull of a Tyrannosaurus Rex, and first edition of a Superman comic book. His outrageous belongings look like they belong to Pablo Escobar or Al Pacino, two men who represented the epitome of American glut. However, they were just bested by the man who starred in Left Behind.
Cage will be fine, though. According to The Bert Show, he still has a prominent net worth of $25 million. He's still a multimillionaire, and he's still one of the best actors in Hollywood. He has nothing to worry about, at least in the meantime.