Cast Of She’s All That: How Much Are They Worth Now?

  
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It’s inevitable in highschool for students to form their own cliques. Birds of a feather seem to flock together, but when those groups collide, all sorts of wild things can happen…at least in the movies. She’s All That was a modern adaptation of My Fair Lady and played on the stereotypes involving a popular jock (Freddie Prinze Jr.) making a bet that he can turn a weirdo art nerd (Rachael Leigh Cook) into the school’s prom queen. Let’s all ignore the fact that she was still utterly beautiful as a weirdo art nerd, but the movie was fun, quirky, and full of awesome teen actors. Nowadays, those actors may be grown and some doing better than others when it comes to amassing their personal fortunes. From Freddie to Rachel to Lil’ Kim and Usher (yup, they were in the movie), check out what the cast of She’s All That is worth now.

12. Gabrielle Union

Estimated Net Worth: $16 million. In 1999, Gabrielle Union appeared in She’s All That and Bring It On which, right there, makes her a staple actress on the ’90s teen movie scene. Regularly appearing in shows and movies, mostly as guest appearances, but regularly enough to keep her in the public eye, Gabrielle has done well for herself keeping busy and adding to her bank account bit by bit. All of her work has resulted in a personal estimated fortune of an impressive $16 million.

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11. Lil’ Kim

Estimated Net Worth: $18 million. She’s All That is listed as Lil’ Kim’s first acting gig and, of course, she appeared in the movie as one of the cool kids. Hanging out alongside Freddie Prinze Jr. and Paul Walker, in the movie’s popular crowd. Lil’ Kim may not have had the biggest role, but she was perfect for the part. Other acting gigs have come along for Lil’ Kim throughout the years, but it’s mostly her music that has helped her gain a fortune estimated at $18 million.

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Photo by Broadimage/REX

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