Cast Of Will & Grace: How Much Are They Worth Now?
The popular NBC sit com Will & Grace rocked the small screen world from 1998 to 2006. The show paved the way for leading gay characters on a television series and was one of the most successful series to do so. The show depicted the hilarious relationship between two best friends, a gay male lawyer and a straight female interior designer as they navigated their way through careers, relationships, family and friends. It’s been over 10 years since the show ended, and we’ve now decided to take a look back at some of our favorite television characters from the early 2000s — here’s a list of how much the cast of Will & Grace is worth now!
7. Michael Angarano
Estimated Net Worth: $4 million. Michael Angarano was the youngest cast member of Will & Grace and now at only 29-years-old has created a great career for himself. The New York native landed his first big role in 2002 in the film Little Secrets across David Gallagher and Evan Rachel Wood. As a 12-year-old he joined Nickelodeon for the TV-movie Maniac Magee and then landed his longest role from 2001 to 2006 as Elliot, the son of Jack McFarland on Will & Grace. Since doing this popular sitcom he’s moved onto numerous roles in film, with jobs in Sky High, Seabiscuit, Lords of Dogtown, Noah’s Ark: The New Beginning, The Stanford Prison Experiment, Empire State, Black Irish, The Brass Teapot, and many more. He’s also had television roles on series like ER, Less than Perfect, 24 and Summerland. Despite his young age, this up and coming actor has kept busy and made himself a good chunk of change with an estimated net worth of $4 million.
6. Leslie Jordan
Estimated Net Worth: $1.5 million. This actor and playwright is well known for his numerous film and television appearances. His most notable performance was a rendition of Brother Boy in Sordid Lives — this role impacted both the small and big screen. He’s had guest appearances on shows like Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Star Trek: Voyager, Reba, Boston Public, Boston Legal, Nash Bridges, Celebrity Big Brother and a role in Hearts Afire. He’s also had a guest star role on Ugly Betty and the CW series Hidden Palms. One of his most well known roles on television was his portrayal of Beverley Leslie, Karen Walker’s rival on Will & Grace. Leslie likes to work behind the scenes as a writer. He wrote and starred in numerous plays, including Lost in the Pershing Point Hotel (which turned into a major motion picture), and starred in the first interactive gay-themed comedy show, Laugh Out. Unfortunately, Leslie’s net worth should be higher, but he became addicted to drugs and alcohol and had numerous run-ins with the law which has undoubtedly affected his fortune. Today, his estimated net worth is somewhere around $1.5 million.