Thursday Feb 13, 2020
Hollywood star Jennifer Aniston has been rolling in money ever since she starred as Rachel Green on Friends.
And while we already had some idea about the 51-year-old actor’s abundance of wealth, the precise evaluation is sure to leave your eyes popping out of their sockets.
The household name in Hollywood has been busy stacking her chips ever since the nineties when Marta Kauffman-created Friends aired on small screens and changed the game for American comedy once and for all.
Here is a rundown of how much the diva had bagged during her ten-year journey with Friends and even after that:
During the first season, all of the cast members took home $22,500 for each episode, meaning by the end of the season, Jen was handed a check of $540,000 — which is unimaginable, especially in a simple, inexpensive era as nineties.
Later in the second season, the salaries were escalated to $40,000 per episode, leading to $960,000 for the Murder Mystery star by the end of the season.
Fast forward to the tenth and final season, Jen made $18 million in total, which breaks down into a whopping $1 million for each episode.
Decades later, amid the talk of a special reunion episode of the show, it was revealed that if the cast gets together again, "each of the six stars will be paid in the $3 million-$4 million range for appearing in the special," reported Deadline.
The Morning Show actor’s filmography boasts of 42 films to date which have all crossed the $200 million mark in box offices.
All in all, Jen has reportedly earned $75 million for her work from 1997 to 2011. This does not take into account the projects she worked on as director or producer and neither does it include any of her marketing deals.
Her face in the ad world has been featured with megabrands like Microsoft, Coke, L’Oreal, Emirates, Elizabeth Arden and many others.
Celebrity Net Worth cited her current net worth as the same as her ex-husband Brad Pitt, which is around $300 million.
So conclusion of the story: Jen is loaded.