When you watch your favorite shows on television, one question you might have is how much the stars are making and what their finances are like. Which cast member on FBI: Most Wanted is the richest? Here’s what Showbiz Cheat Sheet knows about their millions.
Roxy Sternberg plays Sheryll Barnes. She made her acting debut in the 2012 film Meeting Place. After that, she appeared in an episode of the television series Pini titled “You Want to Look Like That Part 1.” In 2017, Sternberg played the character Elizabeth for seven episodes of the series Emerald City. Her other acting roles include Law & Order: UK, Mars, and Absentia. There isn’t much reliable information on Sternberg’s net worth, but one site puts her somewhere around $250,000.
Net worth: $5 million
Kellan Lutz plays Kenny Crosby. He made his acting debut in a 2004 episode of The Bold and the Beautiful. The following year, he appeared in an episode of CSI: NY titled “Tri-Borough.” After that, Lutz made his film debut in the movie Stick It. He secured a recurring role in the series Generation Kill, in which he played the character Jason Lilley. His other acting roles include What Men Want, The Comeback, 90210, and the Twilight film series. Lutz has an estimated net worth of $5 million according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Net worth: $16 million
Julian McMahon plays the character Jess LaCroix. He made his acting debut in a 1989 episode of the television series Rafferty’s Rules, titled “That Old Black Magic.” That same year, he appeared in an episode of the TV series The Power, The Passion.
In 1990, McMahon landed a recurring role on the series Home and Away, in which he played the character Ben Lucini until 1991. His next recurring role was on the daytime drama Another World, in which he played Ian Rain. McMahon’s other acting roles include Profiler, Charmed, and Nip/Tuck. According to Celebrity Net Worth, he has an estimated net worth of $16 million.
The rest of the ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ cast’s net worth
How rich are the remaining FBI: Most Wanted cast members? As of this writing, there wasn’t much reliable information out there for stars Nathaniel Arcand and Keisha Castle-Hughes.
What separates ‘FBI: Most Wanted’ from ‘FBI’
What is it that separates FBI: Most Wanted from FBI? McMahon says the main difference is location. “The difference between the show that spawned this one, FBI, and FBI: Most Wanted is that one is set primarily in New York City and Most Wanted is more of a road trip drama,” McMahon told CBS.
Sternberg says audiences love FBI: Most Wanted because Dick Wolf produces quality content that resonates with viewers. “His shows resonate. People like to see justice being served,” Sternberg added. McMahon also says the show is popular among fans because of the balance between action and character-driven plots.
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