HGTV’s 13 Biggest Stars: How Much Are They Worth?
HGTV also known as Home & Garden Television has become a popular go-to specialty channel for viewers looking to learn a little more about either home renovations, real estate, decor or just tune in to watch their favorite stars. The Canadian channel features a slew of original content from both the U.S. and Canada with programs specializing in anything and everything to do with owning a home. Some of their shows have gained huge success turning these everyday real estate agents, contractors and designers into national celebrities. We’re curious just how successful these HGTV guru’s have become, so here’s a list of how much the 13 biggest stars are worth!
13. Bryan Baeumler
Estimated Net Worth: $15 million. Before joining HGTV as one of their most prominent hosts, Baeumler ran an air-cargo business from the mid-90s until 2003 when he became a television host. Baeumler has served as the face of several different shows like Disaster DIY, Distaster DIY: Cottage Edition, Leave It to Bryan and House of Bryan. His most recent show House of Bryan which followed him and his family as they built their dream home was extremely popular and became the highest rated series in HGTV Canada’s history! It gained multiple spin offs like House of Bryan: On The Rocks, House of Bryan: In The Sticks and House of Bryan: The Final Straw. He’s the proud owner of a Gemini Award, and is the CEO of his own construction company, Baeumler Quality Construction and Renovations Inc. Baeumler’s hard work has paid off as he’s now worth $15 million! His wife, Sarah Baeumler, is often seen on television by his side and will be seen on their two new shows, Home to Win and Bryan Inc — these two are the ultimate HGTV power couple!
12. Hilary Farr
Estimated Net Worth: $8 million. This Canadian decorator is the face of W Networks Love It or List It, a show she co-hosts with David Visentin. Hilary Farr is no doubt the more popular half of this duo. In the ‘70s she worked as an actress, but quickly moved onto designing and renovating homes and became a notable designer for celebrities like Jenna Elfman and Jennifer Hudson. In addition to hosting Love It or List It, she’s served as a judge on Search for the Next W Expert 2010, done guest appearances on shows like The Marilyn Dennis Show, and been the go-to design expert for publications like Huffington Post, CNN, and USA Today. Despite all of this, her co-hosting duties are still her most notable and profitable.