David Harbour Net Worth

David Harbour Net Worth:
$6 Million

David Harbour's Salary

$350 Thousand Per Episode
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What is David Harbour's net worth and salary?

David Harbour is an American actor who has a net worth of $5 million. David became widely known thanks to his starring role on the Netflix series "Stranger Things".

David Harbour was born in New York in April 1974. He has acted on television, in film, and on stage. He starred as Roger Anderson on the television series Pan Am from 2011 to 2012 and as David Potter on the TV series Rake in 2014. Harbour starred as Reed Akley on the series Manhattan in 2014 and as Elliot Hirsh on the television series The Newsroom from 2012 to 2014. From 2014 to 2015 he starred as David Patrick on the TV series State of Affairs.

In 2016 Harbour began starring as Jim Hopper on the series Stranger Things.

He has starred in the movies Brokeback Mountain, War of the Worlds, Revolutionary Road, Quantum of Solace, The Green Hornet, Snitch, Black Mass, and Suicide Squad. In 2005 Harbour was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?.

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Stranger Things Salary

David made $100,000 per episode for the first two seasons of "Stranger Things." There were 17 episodes during this period, which works out to around $1.7 million for the two seasons. Starting ahead of the third season, both David and Winona Ryder received raises to $350,000 per episode. That worked out to right around $3 million for the third season.

Personal Life

David married British singer Lily Allen in 2020.

David Harbour Net Worth

David Harbour

Net Worth:$6 Million
Salary:$350 Thousand Per Episode
Date of Birth:Apr 10, 1974 (47 years old)
Gender:Male
Profession:Actor
Nationality:United States of America
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