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Millie Bobby Brown’s Net Worth Is Totally Relatable (Said No One Ever)

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Photo credit: Matt Winkelmeyer - Getty Images
Photo credit: Matt Winkelmeyer - Getty Images

Millie Bobby Brown is 17 and already a self-made millionaire, so if you need to take a moment to feel deeply sorry for your high school self, feel free. But to be fair, while the rest of us were spending our formative years 'babysitting' (read: watching TV while a child slept in another room), Millie’s been out here acting her way through three seasons of Stranger Things, with an impending fourth season slated to hit Netflix in 2022. On top of that, she’s become a brand ambassador, producer, beauty mogul, and movie star—all of which are extremely lucrative.

Let’s take a look at ya girl’s net worth:

First up: What does Stranger Things pay?

According to Deadline, Millie—along with the rest of Stranger Things’ core cast of kids—made around $30,000 an episode during the show’s first two seasons. There were eight episodes in season 1 and nine episodes in season 2, so she made $510,000.

But the cast negotiated raises ahead of season 3, so now they’re earning around $250,000 an episode. Which means Millie made $2 million for the eight episodes in season 3. So her total earning for the show thus far? $2,510,000. And the price for Millie likely went up even *higher* for season 4, so she’s definitely earning major money.

Reminder: She’s a professional model

Millie made her debut in Calvin Klein’s By Appointment campaign, then signed to IMG models in 2017. A year later, she was in Moncler’s summer campaign, so yeah. She’s killing it. That said, the details of her fancy sponcon pay cheques are between her and her bank account.

She’s been in commercials for Citigroup, she launched a sneaker collection with Converse in 2019 and another one more recently, and she has a current 1970s-inspired glasses collection with Vogue Eyewear. So, yeah, the girl is doing all the things and getting all the monies for it.

She’s earning MILLIONS for movies

Millie has been kinda busy in the Upside Down, but she still found time to make her feature film debut in 2019’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters. And you will not believe what she earned. No, really, take a guess:

Correct: a cool million for Millie. According to The Blast, which obtained a copy of Millie’s contract, she was paid $1,000,000 'plus a cut of the back end' for the movie. Keep in mind, Millie reprised her role in Godzilla vs. Kong, which is said to be the highest-grossing movie of the pandemic era. Casual. So you know Millie got a nice cut from those royalties. Plus, it’s probs a little safe to assume that she was paid more in the second film since her star has only continued to rise and since the movie did so well.

Millie also starred in the 2019 movie adaptation of Enola Holmes as the titular character. What did she pull in for the role, you ask? Oh, you know, just an easy $6.1 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Yep! And get this: She was also projected to earn another $800,000 based off the movie’s performance. But it doesn’t stop there! Millie was *guaranteed* an entire $7.5 million for the sequel, which is hitting Netflix sometime in 2022.

She’s also earning $$$$ for behind-the-scenes film work

ICYMI, Millie added 'producer' to her ever-growing list of skills, particularly for Enola Holmes. So not only did she get coins for being *in* the movie, but she also cashed an additional check amounting to a smooth $500,000 for the producer role, based on info from Celebrity Net Worth. Come through, multiple streams of income! We truly love to see it.

Did we mention she’s a beauty mogul?

If you’ve ever meandered the aisles of Ulta, you’ve definitely seen Florence by Mills. The clean beauty brand was founded by MBB in 2019 and there’s skincare, hair products, makeup, and accessories all in the adored label. There isn’t a ton of info out there about how much Millie is bringing in from the beauty line, but in 2020, she and her family did become majority stakeholders in the company so it can be assumed that she’s making a pretty penny off the pretty products.

And finally, she’s cashing gamer checks

In November 2018, Millie announced a collaboration with EA Games on The Sims 4. Her salary for this side gig hasn’t been revealed, but it seems like the type of thing that would pay well for a teenager. Much like my stint as a dog walker.

So, what’s her total net worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, that’d be $10 million. Again, she is 17, I cannot stress this enough.

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