Here's What Wilmer Valderrama's Net Worth Really Is

Wilmer Valderrama made headlines in late 2020 and early 2021 for more than one reason. Not only is the actor — who is best known for playing Fez on That '70s Show for eight seasons — expecting his first child with fiancée Amanda Pacheco, per Us Weekly, but he revealed he owns the iconic That '70s Show car. You know the one: Eric Forman's Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser that he and the group drove in at the start of every episode. He revealed the fun fact on The Kelly Clarkson Show on Jan. 11, 2021, telling host Kelly Clarkson, "It's the best thing I've ever acquired from my whole career."

He explained, "When I look at that car, it reminds me of when I was 17, 18 years old, booking That '70s Show and doing that opening sequence where we're just driving in the street. Honestly, it's gonna be in my family forever. I'm going to put it in my will and make sure that my kids have the burden of keeping that car in the garage." He said he "bought the Vista Cruiser for $500 from [their] props department," which is pocket change for him these days and likely didn't make a dent in his massive net worth at all. 

Keep scrolling to find out just how much Valderrama has to his name. (Spoiler alert: it's a lot!)

Wilmer Valderrama's career in show biz has paid off

Wilmer Valderrama has an estimated net worth of $20 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, with most of his earnings coming from his career as an actor. Though he's best known for his starring role on That '70s Show, he also found massive success playing Special Agent Nick Torres on CBS' NCIS. The actor has been a series regular since Season 14 and reportedly earns $100,000 per episode. 

Valderrama has also guest-starred on a number of hit shows, including Grey's Anatomy, Raising Hope and Wizards of Waverly Place. From 2016 to 2017, he reunited with his That '70s Show costars Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson on The Ranch. He even starred in Justin Bieber and Chance the Rapper's "Holy" music video in 2020. The star also has a few directing credits under his belt and owns his own entertainment company called WV Entertainment. In 2020, Valderrama "renewed his first-look deal with CBS TV Studios," per DeadlineAccording to the outlet, through the deal, the actor has "developed several series projects for CBS TV Studios," including Hipster Death Rattle and The Turners.