In an announcement on Instagram his Instagram account, the 'Baywatch' actor said, "Receiving news like this will always serve as my anchoring reminder to continue to work even harder. We not only want to 'embrace the grind', but take the grind to new levels."
The 44-year-old professional wrestler turned actor has starred in seven films that have grossed more than 100 million dollars since he first appeared in the fifth installment of the Fast and the Furious saga in 2011.
The news of Johnson's global top-earning status comes days before the premiere of the second season of the HBO series 'Ballers,' produced by Seven Bucks Productions, the production company he founded with partner and former-wife Dany Garcia.
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