Law & Order SVU: How Much Are They Worth?
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is fifth longest running scripted primetime series on television! This show is a spin-off from the original Law & Order, but has since outlasted it predecessor which was cancelled back in 2010. Law & Order: SVU premiered on NBC back in 1999 and will be returning in September for its eighteenth season. Created by Dick Wolf, SVU has been drawing in a big audience for a long time with its intriguing and suspenseful storylines loosely based off real crimes that occurred in the past while featuring the fictional 16th Precinct of the New York City Police Department. The stars of Law & Order: SVU have experienced a huge surge in their career because of the shows success and the majority of the original cast members still remain on the show 17 years later. Here’s a look at how much the main cast of Law & Order: SVU are worth today!
10. Stephanie March
Estimated Net Worth: $4 million. This American actress is best known for her long standing role on Law & Order: SVU as Alexandra Cabot. March has been on and off the show since 2000. With a steady paycheck from NBC, she didn’t have to take on many other roles, but she did do a few in both film and television. She had a co-starring role in Falling for Grace and The Treatment, and held small roles in projects like Head of State, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, The Invention of Lying and Innocence. She took on a series regular role in Conviction as her SVU character, Alexandra Cabot, but that only lasted for one season. In addition to that she has done one episode appearances on 30 Rock, Grey’s Anatomy, Rescue Me, Made in Jersey and Happy Endings. Despite having a rather small resume, March is worth an estimated $4 million.
9. Danny Pino
Estimated Net Worth: $3 million. Pino went from being Detective Scotty Valens on Cold Case to NYPD Detective Nick Amaro on Law & Order: SVU. He doesn’t have an extensive list of credits, but his roles have been notable. He’s held guest starring roles on Men, Women & Dogs, The Shield and Burn Notice. He’s appeared in a few episodes of Chicago P.D. and then of course held two main castings in Cold Case and Law & Order: SVU. Pino joined the cast of SVU back in 2011 and has been with the series ever since. He is rumored to make around $75 thousand per episode! Pino co-starred in Across the Hall and Across the Line: The Exodus of Charlie Wright. He’s also held small roles the films The Burning Plain, Flicka, The Lost City, Rx and Between. He’s currently estimated to be worth around $3 million.