How much does actor Andy Samber earn per movie? Find out his net worth in the news here...
One of the funniest actor, comedian, and writer Andy Samberg earns a lot actually. On average, he receives $125 thousand per episode as salary. The present Saturday Night Live Veteran Andy Samberg remained as a cast member of the NBC Sketch Series for seven years before he landed his own sitcom on Fox, Brooklyn Nine-NIne. Besides TV, he also has made an impressive career in films like That's my Boy, Hotel Transylvania, I Love You Man and Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs.
Andy Samberg has also released tons of hilarious songs like, "I'm on a Boat" as his comedy troupe, The Lonely Island earning millions of hits on youtube. The majority of his net worth is earned from his most lucrative show, Saturday Night Live and Brooklyn Nine-Nine on NBC. Being quite successful, especially in his animated features, he successfully reached his current net worth of $16 million.
By playing the role on Brooklyn Nine-Nine currently, Andy Samberg is reportedly paid $125000 per episode. As each season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine contains 23 episodes, Andy earns about $2.9 per season and by far he has taken home $8.6 million after starring the show for three seasons. Before starting his career he majored in experimental film "Monkey vs Robot" as Monkey and became a Youtube as well as internet star.
Andy Sambergs has a prosperous career in voice acting and in fact, his five animated films have collectively grossed $1.4 billion and by far these have been most successful films till now. The names of those animated films are, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2, Hotel Transylvania, Hotel Transylvania 2 and Space Chimps.
Samberg and his wife Joanna Newsom bought The historic and beautiful $6.5 "Moorcrest" mansion in 2014. The 6400 square feet mansion was built in the 1920s and was the former home of former home of iconic comedian and filmmaker Charlie Chaplin. The estate has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a roof terrace.