Cast Of Private Practice: How Much Are They Worth Now?

  
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Private Practice was a medical drama spin off from the widely popular series, Grey’s Anatomy. The show lasted for six seasons and was created by primetime genius, Shonda Rhimes. The show had a lot of success because it featured one of the main characters from Grey’s Anatomy, Kate Walsh, also known as Addison Montgomery. It followed her as she left Seattle Grace after she finally realized her marriage to Derek was over to go live a more relaxed life with her friends at the Seaside Wellness Center in L.A. Private Practice had a lot of cross over between Grey’s Anatomy, making it even more appealing to loyal fans of the OG series. The show went off the air three years ago, back in 2013 and despite the continued success of Grey’s, we have been going through some serious withdrawal since the show ended! Here’s a look back on some of the main cast members to see how much they are worth now!

10. Chris Lowell

Estimated Net Worth: $700 thousand. This young and cute actor has two big roles under his belt, first as Stosh “Piz” Piznarski on Veronica Mars and later as William “Dell” Parker on Private Practice. Despite these two great roles, Lowell doesn’t have a long resume. He has a short career, but its’ been quite successful! He got off to a great start with a recurring role on Life as We Know It and then moved right into Veronica Mars. From there he appeared in the movie Graduation, guest starred in two episodes of Grey’s Anatomy, securing a main role on Private Practice. Chris Lowell now focuses mostly on films, he appeared in Up in the Air and starred in Love and Honor, Veronica Mars and Enlisted. In addition to this, he also directed, produced and co-wrote the film Beside Still Waters! He hasn’t been very active in the past two years, so his net worth is slowly climbing as it currently sits at about $700 thousand.

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9. Brian Benben

Estimated Net Worth: Unknown. Despite acting since the early ’80s, Brian doesn’t have a long list of credits to his name, but that’s because he’s been tied up in regular or recurring roles for the majority of his career. He first started out appearing on the show Kay O’Brien and then landed a main role on the HBO series, Dream On as Martin Tupper. After that he got a job as a co-executive producer on his own show called The Brian Benben Show. He appeared in the popular series Masters of Horror, Scandal and Grace and Frankie, but his most memorable role was as Dr. Sheldon Wallace on Private Practice. He first began in a recurring role for season 2 and 3 but was soon promoted to a main cast member for season 4, 5 and 6. Brian starred in the films Gangster Wars, I Come in Peace, Radioland Murders and appeared in the film Clean and Sober starring Michael Keaton. Brian Benben’s estimated net worth is largely unknown and that is most likely due to his small resume, but it is quite surprising because he’s had notable roles in his career. He’s most likely sitting on a net worth of about $1 million.

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©ABC / Courtesy Everett Collection

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