how the Hollywood heart-throb Brad Pitt spends his $300 million fortune

The Oscar-winning actor has come a long way since his breakout role in 1991’s Thelma and Louise, for which he reportedly earned just US$6,000.

These days, we’re looking at up to US$30 million per acting credit for Mr Pitt, with his latest film Bullet Train netting him US$20 million, as per Screen Rant.

He’s now worth a reported US$300 million, in large part due to his acting

He’s worked with many luxury brands, earning millions from endorsement deals with Cadillac, Chanel, Heineken, Tag Heuer, DeLonghi and more.

Let's look at what he  splashes his US$300 million fortune on

CARS - Pitt’s fleet of cars includes a Tesla, Camaro SS, Chevy Tahoe, Audi Q7, Lexus LS 460 F Sport and Aston Martin Vanquish Carbon Edition.

BIKES - The motorbike fanatic also has a custom Shinya Kimura, a rare Indian Larry, Ecosse Titanium Series XX, Zero Engineering Type9, Jesse Rooke KTM.

FIGHTER PLANE - British media reports that Pitt is an accomplished pilot and bought himself a WWII-era Supermarine Spitfire for around US$3 million

MANSIONS - The Fight Club actor just recently in July splashed US$40 million on a historic home in Carmel, California.

His most famous mansion, is the gorgeous Chateau Miraval which he bought with Jolie. It’s got a helipad, vineyard, olive groves and much more.

WATCHES - Pitt has  been spotted wearing a Patek Philippe Nautilus 5711, gold Cartier Tank, the Breitling Super Chronomat B01 and many more

WEDDINGS - When Pitt proposed to Friends’ Jennifer Aniston in 1999, he gave her a US$500,000 engagement ring.

For his second wedding, to Jolie, he popped the question with another ring of the same price, followed by a wedding ring estimated at S$250,000.

KIDS - Pitt and Jolie were spending US$10 million a year on their children Shiloh, Maddox, Vivienne, Knox, Zahara and Pax Thien in 2011.

PHILANTHROPHY - Pitt spends a great deal of his fortune on giving back. From delivering groceries in person to low-income households to his involvement in charities