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By Hunter Abbott

July 23, 2022

Netflix is one of the many streaming channels that has become a popular alternative to regular TV. It has introduced the public to a variety of shows and stars making our pool of entertainment much wider. It has presented new opportunities for celebrities that may not have otherwise been successful, including various reality TV stars. 

There are many reality TV stars on Netflix shows who have accumulated quite a bit of wealth. This article will review those with the highest net worth so you can truly appreciate the platform’s potential. 

Harry Jowsey

Too Hot to Handle is one of Netflix’s hottest reality shows. It’s a dating show with a twist. Contestants must give up sex to win the $100,000 grand prize. 

Many of the show’s contestants have gained considerable wealth as they have gone on to become influencers, host their own podcasts and even launch their own clothing lines. But Harry Jowsey is the richest of them all. Currently a YouTuber, podcast host and online personality, he is now worth approximately $4.5 million. 

Bobby Berk

Queer Eye for the Straight Guy premiered on Bravo in 2003 but made its way over to Netflix in 2018. The makeover show continues to be a success and is currently in its 6th season on the new platform. Its cast is enjoying the show’s high ratings which reflects in their bank accounts. 

While each host has a net worth well into the millions, Bobby Berk beats them all with a $6 million evaluation. In addition to hosting Queer Eye, he is also the owner of Berk Interior + Design, one of the most successful furnishings and design companies in the United States.


Dave Navarro

Dave Navarro’s claim to fame is not entirely reality show based. He was initially known for his music career playing guitar in bands like Jane’s Addiction and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. 

Although still active in the music industry, Dave has also made a name for himself in reality TV first hosting Rock Star, a rock n’ roll version of American Idol, and later Ink Master, which presents a series of challenges to tattoo artists looking to take home the prize. His net worth? A cool $20 mil.

Brett and Jason Oppenheim

Real estate is a lucrative business as it is, but when you combine it with reality TV fame, you can really make it work for you. Just ask twin brothers Brett and Jason Oppenheim, the bosses and mentors of Netflix’s Selling Sunset. 

The show reveals all the glamor and drama of selling real estate in Los Angeles, with Brett and Jason at the helm. While all agents on the show have built considerable wealth, the twins take the cake with a net worth of $50 million each. 

Now that you know how much money you can make as a reality star, will you be setting up your home studio some time soon? 



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