How Much Is Justin Hartley Actually Worth?

Justin Hartley has had quite an impressive career in Hollywood. The actor first gained fame on the NBC soap "Passions," which he appeared on from 2002-2006. Hartley later starred on "The Young and The Restless" from 2014-2016. In 2016, he found legit superstardom for his role as Kevin Pearson in "This Is Us." Sometimes it's a hard transition for an actor to go from soap star to primetime star, but Hartley made it look easy. But, as fans know, he used to be married to "Selling Sunset" Chrishell Stause — and their divorce played out very publicly in the media.

According to TMZ, money was behind the pair's 2019 split. While Hartley claimed that they called it quits on July 8, 2019, Chrishell shared that they were together until November 22, 2019 — the day that he filed for divorce. According to the outlet, Chrishell believed money was behind the actor's motivation, thinking he had a type of new deal and didn't want her to get a piece of what he earned. In January, E! reported that the couple had finally reached a divorce settlement, a little over one year after filing. The terms of the divorce were confidential, but Chrishell did receive some spousal support (though it's unclear exactly how much). It's not hard to believe that Hartley would want to keep his money close to him, because he has made a lot of it. Keep scrolling for more deets on his net worth.

Inside Justin Hartley's net worth

Justin Hartley has amassed an impressive bank account during his time in Hollywood. Celebrity Net Worth shares that the actor has accumulated a fortune of over $7 million. Clearly, a good bulk of his net worth comes from "This Is Us." According to the outlet, Hartley started out making $125,000 per episode, which is pretty amazing in its own right. However, because of the show's popularity, his salary got boosted to $250,000 per episode. As of this writing, Hartley has starred in 88 episodes of the series, equating to a whole lot of cash! It is not precisely clear how much Hartley made during his time on "Passions" or "The Young and the Restless," but according to TV Over Mind, most soap stars bring in around $2,000-$5,000 per episode.

The actor's success has bought him plenty of nice things, including a mansion in Encino. In 2019, Variety reported that the actor shelled out nearly $4.7 million for the incredible pad, which boasts 6,800 square feet of living space and six bedrooms. The home comes complete with a sports court and an infinity-edge pool. One thing is for sure — it pays (literally!) to be Justin Hartley.