Russell Crowe and Daniel Spencer considered among the power couple in Australia, seem to have fallen victim to "nine-year itch," though no infidelity issues are cited for breakup, the pair appear close to reaching an amicable divorce settlement.

Handsome Crowe, who won the Academy Award for Best Actor for his role in "Gladiator," and delivered a memorable performance in the mathematician John Nash-inspired flick, "A Beautiful Mind," is not linked with any lady artist at present, though he did have a brief relationship with actress Meg Ryan before tying the knot with singer Daniel Spencer in 2003.

Apparently, the settlement rumored at $25 million may grow considerably given that A-lister Crowe has earned over $150 million from showbiz, Brisbane Times has reported.

The culprit cited for the split is Crowe's busy work schedule and the "Robin Hood," actor is continuing with shooting of Darren Aronofsky's "Noah."

The Oscar winner started dating Spencer, 22 years ago, on the sets of "The Crossing," Daily News has stated, adding the star and his bride had their marriage held at a chapel on Crowe's farm in New South Wales, Australia.

Reportedly, the couple's two children – eight-year-old Charles and six-year-old Tennyson are staying put with Spencer.

News of Crowe's other business interests has it that the actor has sizeable stake in Rabbitohs Football Club, Riley Street Gym in Darlinghurst, and Black Standard Beef Production that caters to top restaurants and butchers in Syndey.

And the real estate portfolio of Crowe is valued at approximately $50 million including harbor side homes, apartments, bush cottages, and farmlands along the New South Wales coastal region.

There is a prenuptial agreement in place that guarantees a minimum payout of roughly $15 million to Spencer, if the couple were together for at least three years, according to the Brisbane Times.

There is also a $3 million trust fund that is set up for each child they had and the prenup signed ahead of their wedding apparently stipulates that Spencer can remain in the marital home valued at $14 million in 2003, and ranked as the most expensive apartment in Sydney, the same year.

Crowe is expected to reside in the couple's Woolloomooloo abode, while Spencer may retain $10 million Rose Bay mansion, where she currently resides with her sons, Brisbane Times has added.

Crowe also owns a pub in Nymboida, Australia, where he reportedly has a museum dedicated to his Hollywood career.

Among the films to watch out for from the talented actor are the martial arts adventure, “The Man With the Iron Fists” and the musical epic, “Les Miserables.”