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What’s ‘Riverdale’ Star Ross Butler Net Worth In 2021?

Here what we know about the net worth of Ross Butler, the actor best known for his starring in fan-favorite series ‘Riverdale‘ and ‘13 Reasons Why‘:

Butler, who has been marked a turning point in his career after appearing in the Netflix film ‘To All The Boys: P.S I Still Love You‘ began acting a little bit late; at the age of 21, when one of his friends encouraged him to get an acting class. After that, he signed on to play in the Disney Channel comedy series ‘K.C. Undercover‘ as ‘Brett Willis‘ alongside well-known young artists including Zendaya.

Following having been cast for his breakthrough role in the said series created by Corinne Marshall, Butler appeared in various Disney Channel features such as ‘Teen Beach 2‘ and ‘Perfect High‘ plus MTV series ‘Teen Wolf.’ However, he came to prominence as ‘Reggie Mantle‘ in the fan-favorite teen drama series ‘Riverdale’ back in 2017.

Gained international fame by his role in the series developed by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa alongside Lili Reinhart, KJ Apa, Charles Melton, Casey Cott, and Ashleigh Murray, Ross then starred in Netflix popular series ’13 Reasons Why’ as ‘Zach Dempsey.’

The actor, who reprised his role as ‘Trevor Pike’ in another Netflix film ‘To All the Boys: Always and Forever‘ this year, has a $3 million net worth in 2021.

How Much Does Ross Butler Earn Per Episode?

The young star, who also appeared as ‘Eugene Choi’ in the superhero film ‘Shazam!’ was paid almost $150,000 per every episode of the series ’13 Reasons Why’ for 3 seasons, according to the report by DEADLINE.

Regarding the earnings he made via the other series he starred in, there is no official declaration.

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