Robert Iler Net Worth - Income and Earnings From The Sopranos
The gifted talented actor Rober Iler's net worth is estimated to be $15 million, which he has amassed from his long-running and successful career on television. Most prominent for his portrayal of A.J. Soprano on HBO's The Sopranos, he gathered tremendous popularity and income in a relatively short amount of time.
Rober Iler was born on March 2, 1985, in New York City, the United States. Although information about Iler's parents is kept under the wraps, we do know that he is of Irish descent. The award-winning actor stepped into television after landing his first commercial role for Pizza Hut at the age of 6
Net Worth and Sources of Income
As mentioned above, Robert Iler's net worth is estimated to be $15 million. He has primarily gathered his massive wealth from his lucrative career as an actor. He is widely known for his portrayal of A.J Soprano on The Sopranos.
As one can imagine, The Sopranos' star took home a handsome sum of cash during the course of their career. James Gandolfini, Michael Imperioli, Steven Van Zandt, all of them earned eye-popping figures. And Robert is no exception.
According to CheatSheet, Rober Iler's salary for the show by the end of The Sopranos was a whopping $110,000 per show. Looking at this amount, it doesn't come off as a surprise that he has banked a massive $15 million already.
Prior to that, Rober Iler and his co-star, Jamie Lynn Sigler, were taking home $85K per episode. And given the stretch of time, the show ran, and the fact that he was still a young star(14-22 of age), Robert Iler's net worth is pretty impressive. As of Gandolfini, he was pulling in a flat-out $1 million per episode, Falco was making $500K, and Imperioli was piling up some serious six-figure amounts too.
Apart from the obvious, Iler has also displayed his fantastic acting talents by making appearances in numerous other television series, some of which are listed below:
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The aforementioned roles played by Robert must have contributed quite a lot to Robert Iler's fortune, and he is going to continue doing so, given his immense talent and dedication to his career.
Regardless, after the Sopranos, Iler hasn't played any significant cards. Despite that, his fortune still remains to be $15 million, as of the last check. It's probably his approach that helped him keep his wealth stagnant. He has mentioned that he never felt comfortable blowing his money since he came from such a humble background. Added to that is the fact that Iler has had a few run-ins with the law too. So, he is cautious about what he does and doesn't do.
Has Many Awards to His Name
It's no doubt that Robert Iler is an actor of a high caliber. Having honed his acting skills from as early as 6, one can only imagine how talented he must be. Given that, he is inevitably going to gather several awards for his work, which he has.
For his work on The Sopranos, Robert won the Hollywood Reporter Young Star Award for Best Young Actor in a Drama Television Series two times in 1999 and 2000. Following that, he also added a Screen Actors Guild Award to his shelf in the same year. It was for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series. It's fairly easy to conclude that Iler's popularity and net worth spiked up significantly and will undoubtedly do so, should he step into the world of acting again.