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Can We Call Jacob Elordi A Millionaire? Find Out ‘The Kissing Booth’ Actor’s Net Worth In 2021

While Jacob Elordi, an Australian actor is gearing up to appear in the third installment of the fan-favorite romantic series ‘The Kissing Booth‘, we will look at his career through the financial lens. Let’s find out Jacob Elordi’s newt worth in 2021.

The 24-year-old actor who gained international fame for starring in the said Netflix film series and HBO’s biggest hit ‘Euphoria’, began his acting career after he was cast for the film ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales‘ in 2017. Even though he appeared in the Australian film ‘Swinging Safari’ before, ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ was his first experience in Hollywood.

In 2018, he introduced himself to millions by portraying ‘Noah Flynn’ in a romantic comedy film based on the novels written by Beth Reekles. At that period, Elordi also caught attention with his relationship with Joey King, who is portraying the titular character named ‘Rochelle “Elle” Evans’ in the said film series.

According to the rumors, Elordi and King started dating after meeting on the film set; however, their relationship which led them to became more and more popular lasted for just a year.

Back in 2019, Elordi began playing ‘Nate Jacobs’ in HBO’s fan-favorite series ‘Euphoria‘ alongside Zendaya. Via his first role in a US TV series, he became a millionaire.

What is Jacob Elordi’s net worth in 2021?

The young actor, reprising his role as ‘Noah Flynn’ in the sequel ‘The Kissing Booth 2’ and third one ‘The Kissing Booth 3’ has now $1,000,000 net worth as of 2021. So, yes, we can call him a millionaire.

In the next years, we will see him in ‘He Went That Way’ as ‘Bobby’ and in Deep Water as ‘Ricky.’ It seems that number is sure to grow.

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