No one could have guessed just how successful this musical television film would be. After its release in 2006, it became the most successful film that Disney Channel Original Movie had ever released. There were 7.7 million viewers for its premiere broadcast, and the soundtrack reached the top of the U.S. music charts. The musical phenomenon spawned 2 sequels; High School Musical 2 released in 2007, and the feature film High School Musical 3: Senior Year released to theaters in 2008. And while the modern retelling of the classic Romeo and Juliet tale was not received well by critics, the fans have spoken and have embraced the film’s young stars ever since. This list takes a look at just how much those actors have come to be worth:
10. Matt Prokop
Estimated Net Worth: $500,000. Matt Prokop joined the cast of High School Musical for the feature film in the third installment High School Musical 3: Senior Year. He got his start on Hannah Montana and has been in films like Conception, Cougar Hunting, and Struck by Lightening. He has also been in other shows like Modern Family and Perception. He’s become infamous for his relationship with Sarah Hyland, who received a restraining order from her for allegedly abusing her verbally and physically throughout their 4-year relationship. Prokop has dropped off the radar since 2013, but has earned himself an estimated net worth of $500,000!