Veteran actor Arnold Schwarzenegger has celebrated Christmas 2021 in the most unique way. The actor became Santa Claus for many homeless war veterans located in Los Angeles. The Aftermath actor shared gifting 25 brand new tiny houses for the war veterans who were residing on the streets of Los Angeles. The former California governor, taking to Twitter shared this delightful news, “Today, I celebrated Christmas early. The 25 homes I donated for homeless veterans were installed here in LA. It was fantastic to spend some time with our heroes and welcome them into their new homes.”
As per reports, the actor spent $250,000 from his pocket to get the houses, these houses were constructed by the nonprofit foundation 'Village For Vets', which were purchased by the actor. His next Tweet was quite motivating and inspirational, he wrote, “This is what Christmas is all about. All of you have the power to do something for someone else this holiday season. It doesn’t have to be big. Just give a few minutes of your time to help someone else.”
These tiny houses have two beds, heating and air conditioning and a small desk for work.
The actor who is one of the highest-paid Hollywood actors has a net worth of $400 million. As reported in Celebrity Net Worth, the Terminator actor mints $20 to $30 million per movie. Also an active investor in real estate, his current investment in this segment is $100 million. Also back in 1988, when he charged $35-$40 million for the movie, Twins, which is now equivalent to $70-$80 million. ALSO READ: Oscars 2021: The Terminator Star Arnold Schwarzenegger Reveals He Turned Off The Award Show As It Was ‘Boring’
In between 2003 to 2011 when he served as the Governor of California, taking a break from his movies, he incurred a loss of approximately $200 million. ALSO READ: Arnold Schwarzenegger Is Feeling Fantastic Post Heart Surgery; Shares Picture Giving A Thumbs Up From Hospital Bed
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