Original Cast Of ER: How Much Are They Worth Now?

  
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ER started out as just another medical drama, but ended up becoming an iconic series that broke world records for longest-running medical drama in American television history and the most Emmy nominated show with 124 nods and 23 wins won. It churned out so many actors over the course of 15 seasons, some of whom are now huge stars today (ahem, George Clooney)! ER first aired back in 1994 and ran all the way until 2004. It showcased the inner life of the emergency room in the fictional County General Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. ER laid the ground work for so many other amazing shows like Grey’s Anatomy, House and Scrubs and is still talked about today nearly 12 years later! Here’s a look back at how much the original cast of ER is worth now:

10. Anthony Edwards

Estimated Net Worth: $30 million. This critically acclaimed actor played the character of Dr. Mark Greene on the first eight seasons of ER. Since his stint on the show ended, he’s done a lot, mostly in the film industry and behind the lens as an executive producer. He co-starred in the movies, Motherhood, Zodiac, The Forgotten and Thunderbirds, but some of his other notable appearances were in projects like Northern Exposure, Revenge of the Nerds and Top Gun. He was the executive producer behind a few television films, two of which were critically acclaimed. He also returned to the small screen for a short role in Zero Hour and brief appearances in Blue Bloods and Law & Order: SVU. He’s currently worth an estimated $30 million!

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9. Eriq La Salle

Estimated Net Worth: $25 million. Eriq La Salle is credited as an actor, director, writer and producer who is best known for his work in the comedy film, Coming to America, and for his portrayal of Dr. Peter Benton in ER which he held until the eighth season. Since his time on ER ended, he’s done two recurring roles in How to Make it in America and A Gifted Man. He mainly focuses on working behind the camera, directing and producing episodes for shows like Chicago Med, Chicago P.D., CSI: Cyber, Lucifer and Under the Dome. He did make a recent return on screen with a role Under the Dome and held minor roles on shows like CSI: Cyber, The Night Shift, Madam Secretary and Logan. He’s estimated to be worth $25 million.

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