How Much Is Tim McGraw Worth?

Tim McGraw is one of the hottest acts in country music, and he has the bank account to prove it!

The country crooner first broke out on the music scene in 1990, per The BootIn 1996, he wed Faith Hill, and they became one of the biggest powerhouse couples in the industry. Lest we forget they make amazing music together. The ruggedly handsome star has dabbled in acting, starring alongside some big names like Sandra Bullock in "The Blindside," and as Eddie Newton in "Tomorrowland" (via IMDb). Is there anything that he can't do? McGraw is also the proud papa of three girls — Maggie, Gracie, and Audrey.

According to The Boot, McGraw and Hill both have big hearts and are known to donate money in the areas where they perform. Following a performance at the Key Arena in Seattle, Wash., in 2010, the duo gave $15,000 to an emergency food bank in the area. Taste of Country shares that the pair also raised $2 million through their charity, Nashville Rising, which went toward flood relief in the area. They have also instilled giving back in their daughter Maggie and in 2020, McGraw raved over her charity work on The Ellen DeGeneres show (via Hollywood Life). "Maggie's doing some work for a non-profit called Feed the Frontline," he raved. "It's a national non-profit and she's organizing the one here in Nashville. She's doing a great job." 

Keep scrolling for more details on the superstar's impressive net worth.

Tim McGraw's bank account is a hit

It's not surprising that Tim McGraw has done incredibly well for himself in his career. According to Celebrity Net Worth, the singer has amassed a humungous net worth of $165 million. That is, of course, combined with the fortune of his blushing bride, Faith Hill. The power couple has several income streams, and McGraw has made a killing off of album sales with, per Return of Rock, an impressive 80 million records sold! Touring is another big revenue source for McGraw and Hill, and their Soul2Soul II Tour grossed over $140 million, making it the most lucrative country tour of all time, per MusicRow.

McGraw has invested a lot in real estate. According to Taste of Country, he and Hill plopped down $13.75 million for a 622-acre property in Leiper's Fork, Tenn., which once belonged to the great Hank Williams. The pair sold off a piece of the property in 2015 for $3 million. In 2019, they listed the rest of the estate, which includes two guest houses, for $20 million before lowering the price to $18 million and then taking it off the market. Celebrity Net Worth shares that they also own two other homes in the Nashville area. In 2021, they listed their private island in the Bahamas for sale for $35 million (via CNBC). The primary residence has eight structures that are connected by verandas and breezeways. Not too shabby if you ask us!