Now that The Big Bang Theory is over, Young Sheldon might become your new favorite show. How rich is each cast member? Here’s which star has the highest net worth on Young Sheldon. Can you guess who it is?
Net worth: $450,000
Raegan Revord made her acting debut in 2015 in the short film Tortoise. She played a ballerina. Revord made her film debut in the 2017 movie Wish Upon. The actress has been playing Missy Cooper, Sheldon’s twin sister, on the CBS series Young Sheldon since 2017.
Net worth: $650,000
Zoe Perry made her acting debut in a 1992 episode of Roseanne titled “Halloween IV.” She played the role of little Jackie (the older Jackie was played by actress Lauren Metcalf, who also happens to be Perry’s mother in real life). Perry made her film debut in the 2008 movie Deception. She began playing the role of Mary Cooper, Sheldon’s mother on Young Sheldon, in 2017. Perry’s mother played an older version of Sheldon’s mother on The Big Bang Theory.
Net worth: $4 million
Armitage made his acting debut in 2017 in the TV series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. He played the role of Theo Lachere in an episode titled “Chasing Theo.” Armitage made his film debut in the 2017 movie Glass Castle. That year, he appeared in two more films titled Our Souls at Night and I’m Not Here. Armitage began playing the role of Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory spinoff Young Sheldon in 2017.
Net worth: $8 million
Annie Potts made her acting debut in 1977 in the television series Hollywood High. She made her film debut in the 1978 movie Corvette Summer. She has also appeared in popular films such as Ghostbusters (1984), Crimes of Passion, and Pretty in Pink (1986). One of Potts’ most notable TV roles was as the character Mary Jo Shively in the series Designing Women.
Net worth: $100 million
Jim Parsons narrates the voice of Sheldon Cooper on Young Sheldon. In 2017, Forbes named Parsons one of the highest-paid TV actors. He earned $27.5 million that year. This is partly because of his high salary from The Big Bang Theory. Parsons made $1 million per episode ($24 million per season) in 2017. However, he and his fellow castmates later took a $100,000 annual pay cut so that co-stars Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch could earn higher salaries.
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