Angus T. Jones Net Worth

How much is Angus T. Jones Worth?

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Angus T. Jones net worth:
$15 Million

Angus T. Jones' Salary

$350 Thousand Per Episode

Angus T. Jones Salary
How much does Angus T. Jones make per episode of Two and a Half Men? $350,000 making him the highest paid young person on television. $350,000 per episode translates to $8.4 million per season!

Angus T. Jones was born in Austin, Texas and has an estimated net worth of $15 million dollars. Angus T. Jones made his professional debut in the late 90s, appearing in multiple television commercials before starting kindergarten. He then moved to television and film work, appearing in such projects as "Simpatico", "See Spot Run", "ER", " Dinner with Friends", "The Rookie", "Bringing Down the House", and "George of the Jungle 2". In 2003, Angus was cast in the role that would make him a household name, as Jake Harper in the series, "Two and a Half Men".

What is Angus T. Jones's salary?

Angus T. Jones Net Worth and Salary

Angus T. Jones was the first child actor the producers saw for the role of Jake, and they cast him while he was still at the audition. Jones is currently the highest paid child star on television. He also appeared in the television movie. "The Christmas Blessing" and guest starred on "Hannah Montana Forever". In addition to his acting career, he is also a trained singer.

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Angus T. Jones Net Worth

Angus T. Jones

Date of Birth
Oct 8, 1993 (21 years old)
United States of America
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Angus Turner Jones, Angus Jones

Angus T. Jones Earnings

  • Two and a Half Men
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