Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is just another one of John Hughes’ films that will go down in movie history. Even though Hughes wrote the screenplay in under a week and shot the film over three months on a relatively low budget, it became an instant success, gaining praise from both critics and audiences. Behind the film’s success was the stellar cast and of course the uncredited star: Chicago. Fans couldn’t get enough of the unique film with the fourth wall breaks and all the scenery of Chicago, and now that it has been over 30 years since the film first came out, we are wondering how the stars have fared since the movie’s instant success. Check it out:
9. Charlie Sheen
Estimated Net Worth: $20 Million. Many forget that Charlie Sheen actually was in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, but he sure was! The infamous actor was credited as the “boy in police station” and at the time didn’t mean much to anyone. Now, of course, he is known for his part in many different shows and films including Wall Street, Hot Shots!, Anger Management and Two and a Half Men. While his personal life has eclipsed his working career in terms of popularity, he still has an estimated net worth of $20 million.