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What’s Ross Lynch’s Net Worth In 2021? Did He Make His Fortune Of Millions Through ‘Sabrina’?

One of the rising stars of recent times, Ross Lynch made a fortune at a very young age; we know this. But how he could do this? – Through starring in the Netflix series ‘Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina?’ Let’s find out Ross Lynch’s net worth in 2021.

Like many young stars, who made millions of dollars now, Lynch began his career as a child & teen star, being a part of the Disney Channel world. The young actor, who is currently portraying ‘Harvey Kinkle,’ burst onto TV through the television shows ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ and ‘Moises Rules!.’

Lynch, whose one of the income sources is singing, cast for Disney Channel sitcom ‘Austin & Ally‘ so as to play a teenage singer named ‘Austin Moon,’ in 2011. The young actor reprised his role for almost four seasons and then appeared in Disney Channel Original Movie ‘Teen Beach Movie’ as the titular character. The film directed by Jeffrey Hornaday, has been watched by more than 9 million audiences and it made him achieve celebrity status.

Lynch, who starred in the sequels of the film, landed his breakthrough recurring role in 2018; he was cast in Netflix’s ‘Chilling Adventures of Sabrina’ as young witch ‘Sabrina Spellman’s boyfriend ‘Harvey Kinkle,’ opposite Kiernan Shipka.

How much money did Ross Lynch earn after starring in ‘Sabrina’?

It is possible to say that Lynch doubled his net worth between 2018 – 2021, in the period he appeared in the said series. So much so that, according to the latest updates, he has a $6 million net worth as of 2021.

Even though his main source of income is acting, he is a member of bands R5 and Driver Era, with his brother, Rocky Lynch. That means he also making money through singing in addition to his acting career in TV.

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