Jeremy Strong Net Worth

Jeremy Strong Net Worth:
$4 Million

Jeremy Strong's Salary

$350 Thousand Per Episode
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What is Jeremy Strong's net worth?

Jeremy Strong is an American actor who has a net worth of $4 million. Jeremy is probably best-known for playing the role of Kendall Roy on the HBO drama "Succession."

Jeremy Strong was born in Boston, Massachusetts in December 1978. He studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and graduated from Yale. Strong also studied at the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago and has starred on Broadway. Strong has had recurring roles on the TV series The Good Wife as Matt Becker from 2011 to 2013, Mob City as Mike Hendry in 2013, and Masters of Sex as Dr. Art Dreesen in 2016. He has appeared in films including Humboldt County, The Happening, The Messenger, The Romantics, Lincoln, See Girl Run, Zero Dark Thirty, Parkland, The Judge, Time Out of Mind, Selma, Black Mass, The Big Short, Detroit, Molly's Game, Serenity, and more. Jeremy Strong was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award in 2016 for The Big Short. He began starring as Kendall Roy on the television series Succession in 2018.

Jeremy Strong Net Worth
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Succession Salary

For the first two seasons of "Succession" Jeremy earned $100,000 per episode. There were ten episodes in the first and second seasons, which means he earned $1 million per season. Ahead of the third season his per episode salary was bumped to $350,000, or $3.5 million for the season.

Jeremy Strong Net Worth

Jeremy Strong

Net Worth:$4 Million
Salary:$350 Thousand Per Episode
Date of Birth:Dec 25, 1978 (42 years old)
Gender:Male
Profession:Actor
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