Bob Odenkirk's Net Worth: How Much Does The 'Better Call Saul' Star Make?

Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul might be Breaking Bad's iconic duo, but Bob Odenkirk arguably stole the show as sleazy, smooth-talking attorney Saul Goodman. Odenkirk's work on the AMC drama launched him into the mainstream spotlight, earning him his own spin-off series with Better Call Saul, but Breaking Bad loyalists might not know that Odenkirk ran in Hollywood circles prior to his breakout role on the show. In fact, the actor worked behind the scenes as a comedy writer for years before transitioning over to acting. 

According to CheatSheet, Odenkirk nabbed an Emmy for his work on comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live, eventually parlaying his success into TV appearances on shows like 3rd Rock from the Sun, Curb Your Enthusiasm, and How I Met Your Mother. (Looks like he comes by that comedic timing naturally!)

Thanks to the massive popularity of the Breaking Bad franchise, Odenkirk has gone on to become a four-time Emmy nominee for Better Call Saul, establishing himself as a key player in Hollywood. Clearly, acting out the origin story of wannabe lawyer Jimmy McGill (aka Saul Goodman) has led to plenty of high-paying gigs that continue to pad Odenkirk's personal net worth — which, as of this writing, is considerable. So just how much is the actor worth?

Bob Odenkirk has proved his worth with a range of talents

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Bob Odenkirk is worth a cool $16 million. And no wonder, since the outlet reports that he rakes in $200,000 for each episode of Better Call Saul! It helps, too, that while some actors are one-trick ponies, Odenkirk has diversified himself with a wide range of talents. Thanks to his early days as a writer on Saturday Night Live and Late Night with Conan O'Brien — and even (briefly) helming his own sketch show on HBO, Mr. Show with Bob and David — Odenkirk has proved to be equally adept both on and off the screen.

The multi-hyphenate star is 58 years old as of this writing, but it does not look like his career is slowing down anytime soon. On the contrary, with the fifth season of Better Call Saul slated to hit Netflix in 2021, it looks like the paychecks are continuing to pour in for Odenkirk. As the spin-off drama continues to bring in "fairly healthy ratings," per The Hollywood Reporter, there is no imminent end date in sight. Still, when the series does come to an end, fans are likely eager to see what's next for the Better Call Saul star.