Robert Downey Junior has made history with his Ironman character! Check out his net worth in 2020 and all details.

Downey began acting in the mid-’70s, and in 1985, he had a concise spell as a Saturday Night Live cast member…but he was terminated after only one year. Despite the fact that he was canned from SNL, Downey proceeded with his upward fame, and as Looper announced, from 1985 to 1989, Downey showed up in no less than two movies for each year. In 1992, Downey depicted Charlie Chaplin in the biopic Chaplin, and he was selected for the Academy Award for Best Actor and won a BAFTA Award for his job.


In 1996, Downey was captured for speeding and cocaine and heroin ownership, and he got three years of probation. In 1999, he was condemned to a three-year jail term at the California Substance Abuse Treatment Facility and State Prison in the wake of missing a court-requested medication test. Downey went through about a year in the office before he was liberated.

Downey has been calm since the time at that point, and he later featured in Kiss Bang, Zodiac, and Tropic Thunder, which got him designated for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Obviously, Downey’s significant success accompanied by Iron Man. In 2005, Downey handled a mind-blowing job as Tony Stark, the man behind the Iron Man suit. The film wouldn’t make a big appearance until 2008, however that gave Downey sufficient opportunity to make the film and rake in a detailed $10 million for the job.


Only a couple of brief years after the fact, Downey was named Forbes’ world’s highest-paid actor, getting $80 million out of 2015—and it was all gratitude to the MCU. In spite of the fact that he’s dropped down in the rankings from that point forward, Downey was still on the most generously compensated rundown in 2018, doing very well at number 20.

In 2019, Downey earned a dazzling $75 million for his job in Avengers: Endgame, making him one of the most generously compensated entertainers on Forbes’ 2019 rundown. At first, Marvel paid Downey Jr. $20 million, yet after the film debuted he brought home an extra $55 million on the backend. Endgame proceeded to make over $2.5 billion around the world, and Downey’s complete Marvel plunder is assessed to be over $200 million. He’s additionally allegedly being paid $20 million for 2020’s Deloitte, and he may get more cash-flow after the film makes a big appearance too.