Fan-favorite HBO show, Entourage, is in the headlines once again as its film version is slated to make its debut sometime in 2018. After watching the teaser trailer and feeling nostalgic about the show, (which ended in 2011) we got to wondering what the fellas that comprise the cast are worth now. Here is the Entourage cast net worth.
Owner of a trendy beer company, Churchkey, and one of the highest paid television actors of all-time, Grenier does not too bad for himself. While we might not expect anything less from the mastermind behind Vinny Chase, it’s still pretty impressive that the actor and previous director is worth a cool
Since his time as Chase’s manager on Entourage, Connolly has picked up a few different projects that have kept him relevant. In 2013, he took to directing and directed a documentary for ESPN’s 30 for 30 titled “Big Shot.” He also returned to the small screen in 2014 to co-star alongside James Van Der Beek and Brooklyn Decker in the CBS sitcom “Friends with Better Lives.” You might not have heard of it because it was unfortunately cancelled after only five episodes of the first season aired. Despite this bad luck, Connolly has a net worth of
Kevin Dillon played aspiring actor to his much more successful brother Vince in Entourage, and in real-life is brother to famous actor Matt Dillon. But unlike his on-screen character, Dillon does not need to bribe and use his brother’s name to get success. Dillon’s Johnny Drama is a beloved character who despite his unwavering ability to annoy all of those near him, makes Entourage the great show it is. Dillon supposedly made $200,000 per episode like co-star Grenier, and like Connolly tried his hand at starring in a CBS comedy post-Entourage that ended up cancelled. All is well, though, because his net worth is
Ferrara is an actor and entrepreneur who after Entourage opened “Fat Sal’s Deli” with two pals in L.A, rated four stars on Yelp. Aside from his beloved role as the goofy Turtle in Entourage, Ferrara has become well-known for his 2010 weight loss and has become a fitness inspiration. His net worth is
Ari Gold, the witty, over-the-top, cruel agent to Vinny Chase is not only the most favored character of the show, but really is one of the best characters to ever hit the small screen. Jeremy Piven plays Gold with so believably that it’s also easy-to-believe that Piven might be fairly similar to his character in real-life. He’s been called unprofessional, cheap, and some other choice names, but no matter what we still love him. He was reportedly paid a whopping $350,000 per Entourage episode, and unlike his cast mates, has starred in a successful TV series since the end of Entourage production. His net worth is