The Australian star of “Pitch Perfect,” “How to be Single,” and “Bridesmaids,” Rebel Wilson has been steadily climbing the Hollywood ladder and making bank. Wilson currently has a net worth of over $22 million, and her comedy skills when it comes to acting are sure to earn her much more.
Her most recent movie, “Senior Year,” was a huge success. We can’t wait to see what the future has in store for this talented actress.
Melissa Rauch – $20M
The cute and super smart Dr. Bernadette Wolowitz from "The Big Bang Theory" made a pretty penny (no pun intended) from the series. Actress Melissa Rauch has a net worth of $20 million and went on to land roles in hit series like "The Office" and "True Blood."
Apart from these popular TV shows, Rauch has done voice-over gigs in several animated short films and movies. She’s married to screenwriter Winston Beigel and has two lovely children.
Brett Favre – $100M
The legendary Brett Favre is an American former football quarterback that had a career in the NFL for 20 seasons. Favre mainly played for the Green Bay Packers, with whom he won several awards and broke NFL records.
Even though he retired in 2010, Favre has a net worth of $100 million, which is expected to keep him and his family of four very comfortable for many years to come.
Trey Parker and Matt Stone – $1B
One of the best things that happened in the late 90s was the release of the genius comedy animated TV show "South Park." Created by Matt Stone and Trey Parker, who also voiced Kyle and Cartman on the show, "South Park" went on to become one of TV’s most famous animated shows. The show is way past its 20th season, and the profits keep coming in for its creators, who have a combined net worth of $1 billion.
The creative duo also produced the hit Broadway play, "The Book of Mormon," which made over $500 million across the globe.
Jon Stewart – $80M
Despite his humble beginnings as a stand-up comedian and writer, Jon Stewart certainly knew how to climb the fame and fortune ladder. The controversial talk show host rose to stardom in 1993, after the debut of "The Jon Stewart Show," on MTV.
From then on, Stewart went on to host several talk and comedy shows, including "The Daily Show," which he worked on until 2015. The comedian and TV personality amassed a nice fortune of $80 million before deciding to take a step back from TV.