How Much Are Primetime TV Stars Worth?

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Fall signals great TV. Our favorite characters are once again filling up HDTV screens and ushering in a whole new season of binge watching drama in vivid color. That primetime drama doesn’t come cheap though – some of the stars fueling our television addiction earn $1,000,000 per episode.

Ever wonder what how much the Queen of Dragons, Emilia Clark, on Game of Thrones makes? How about what Terrence Howard a.k.a. Lucious Lyon, brings home? Or everyone’s favorite funny girl Penny (Kaley Cuoco) on The Big Bang Theory?

Who do you think takes home the biggest paycheck? Read on to find out just how much primetime TV stars are worth.

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  1. Sam @ Financial Samurai

    Gosh, the Game of Throne and Walking Dead actors are UNDERPAID if that’s their net worth currently for their age. But hopefully, they will parlay their success into much greater net worths over time.

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