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Brad Pitt: I'll never have enough money

17 August 2012, 11:59

 Los Angeles - Brad Pitt says he'll never have enough money.

The Moneyball actor - whose combined wealth with his fiancée Angelina Jolie tops £172m - thinks he will never have as much cash as he wants.

Despite donating money to a string of international charities he confessed it is impossible to sort global poverty - because there are too many homeless people in the world.

Brad admitted: "Listen, it's never enough and it's a whole new set of problems, just with a different scale.

"I hit the Lottery so I think you need to pass that on."

Christmas presents

The star - who is currently living in Surrey, England for work with Angelina and their six children - added: "You can't get to every beggar on the street because you end up with nothing in your pocket."

He and Angelina have given millions to good causes over the years through their Jolie-Pitt Foundation.

Sometimes the couple and their kids do without store-bought Christmas presents to cut costs.

Brad has said in the past: "We try to keep the money spend to a minimum and miss manipulative TV ads.

"The rule is everyone's got to make something."

- BangShowBiz


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