- Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth got married in an intimate ceremony in Tennessee in December 2018.
- Cyrus started her career on Disney’s “Hannah Montana,” a gig that spawned multiple films and sent her on a world tour.
- Hemsworth raked in money playing Gale in the “Hunger Games” franchise.
- Together, the duo is worth a reported $US186 million.
When Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth wed in an intimate Tennessee ceremony fashioned after the nuptials of the singer’s parents on December 23, it was a union between two young Hollywood stars.
You might be now wondering: What is Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s net worth together? Between Cyrus’s music and TV appearances as well as her Aussie beau’s acting career, the pair are both bringing a considerable fortune to the table.
Cyrus and Hemsworth started building their wealth from a young age
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Cyrus is worth upwards of $US160 million while Hemsworth clocks in around $US26 million, which makes them collectively worth a reported $US186 million.
Cyrus got her start in 2006 playing Hannah Montana on the beloved Disney channel series. In addition to reportedly bagging about $US15,000 per episode, per NY Post, and her subsequent $US54 million “Hannah Montana” world tour, the 26-year-old’s “Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert” documentary banked over $US70 million.
Meanwhile, Hemsworth got his start playing Josh Taylor in 2007-2008 on the Australian series “Neighbours” before first laying eyes on his future wife in 2010’s “The Last Song,“ which grossed $US89,041,656.
Cyrus has her successful music career and YouTube to thank for much of her financial prowess
While Cyrus’s child star roots helped her get her footing, the “We Can’t Stop” hitmaker made her real money from all the bangers she released in the following years. Case in point: Cyrus bagged nine top ten songs on the Billboard 100 list. In addition to slaying the tour game (she’s reported by Forbes to have grossed $US67.1 million for her Wonder World tour and $US100 million for her Bangerz tour), the 26-year-old also had her twerking and VMA’s shenanigans to thank for her considerable YouTube revenue.
After her infamous 2013 performance with Robin Thicke, it only took 24 hours for “Wrecking Ball” to garner 19 million views on Vevo while party anthem “We Can’t Stop” hit the 100 million mark in just 37 days.
The “Hunger Games“ Franchise put Hemsworth’s career on the map
While the Aussie star first made our way into our hearts as Will Blakelee on “The Last Song,“ he got his big break in the “Hunger Games” franchise. While it’s unknown how much he was paid for the entire franchise, the first film opened to the third-best box office debut of all time and grossed $US691 million. Co-star Jennifer Lawrence was paid $US10 million for the sequel “Catching Fire,” and it’s rumoured that Hemsworth raked in $US2 million for his role.
Speaking of acting, Cyrus has also made several returns to the big and small screen
The singer has also added some acting credits to her name, including voicing characters in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” and “Bolt,” although it’s unlikely that these smaller roles have added significantly to her net worth.
Her return to TV as a judge on “The Voice” for seasons 11 and 13 was definitely profitable, as she reportedly made $US13 million for her debut in 2016. While Cyrus didn’t head back onto the show for season 14 and she’s kept a relatively low profile of late, Hemsworth is next set to appear in the 2019 rom-com “Isn’t It Romantic” with Priyanka Chopra, Rebel Wilson, and Adam Devine in February.
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