How Rich Is Mandy Moore as ‘This Is Us’ Returns for Its Final Season?
Mandy Moore, 37, is an American actor, pop star, songwriter and philanthropist who has been driving audiences to tears as matriarch Rebecca Pearson in the NBC hit series “This Is Us” since 2016.
As a member of the ensemble cast of “This Is Us,” Moore takes home $250,000 per episode, according to US, which is roughly $4.5 million per season. However, with her other acting gigs and music career, she has a net worth of $14 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.
As one of the biggest names on “This Is Us,” Moore entered the series earning $85,000 per episode for season one. But once the series became a bona-fide hit, central cast members collectively negotiated to each get to the same $250,000 per episode, including signing bonuses. This has been in effect since season three.
Moore has been nominated for Golden Globe and Emmy Awards for her acting in “This Is Us.”
In addition to starring in “This Is Us,” Moore will forever be part of the Disney family, as she starred as the voice of Rapunzel in “Tangled.” She has also starred in “The Princess Diaries,” “A Walk to Remember,” “Chasing Liberty,” “Saved!,” “Racing Stripes,” “Because I Said So,” “License to Wed,” “Love, Wedding, Marriage,” “47 Meters Down,” “The Darkest Minds” and “Midway.”
Moore became a pop star well before she transitioned to acting. She has released seven studio albums including “So Real,” “Mandy Moore,” “Coverage,” “Wild Hope,” “Amanda Leigh” and “Silver Landings.” Among her biggest pop hits to date are “Candy,” “In My Pocket” and “I Wanna Be With You.”
Moore was granted a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2019.
Amanda Leigh Moore to Stacy and Donald Moore on April 10, 1984 in Nashua, New Hampshire. She was the middle child and only girl. When she was young, the family moved to Orlando. Moore expressed interest in singing and acting and took acting and voice classes, according to Celebrity Net Worth. When she was 12 years old, she joined the Stagedoor Manor performing arts camp. She dropped out of Bishop Moore Catholic High School soon after she was signed to Epic Records in 1999 but worked with tutors to continue her studies.
In 1999, she began touring with NSYNC and the Backstreet Boys. Her first commercial hit, “Candy,” was released when she was only 15 years old.
Her first feature film role came in 2001, when she voiced the Girl Bear Cub in “Dr. Dolittle 2.” That same year, she was the mean girl in “The Princess Diaries.”
Personal Life and Real Estate
After a public romance with Zach Braff from 2004 to 2006, she began dating musician Ryan Adams in 2008. They were married in 2009 but divorced in 2016. She married Dawes frontman Taylor Goldsmith in 2018 and gave birth to their son in the winter of 2021.
She is an active philanthropist, primarily for women’s issues and causes related to the African people, according to Celebrity Net Worth. She has served as an ambassador for the U.N. Foundation’s Nothing But Nets malaria prevention campaign.
Moore bought her first home in Los Feliz for $1.725 million in 2002. She sold it after her divorce for $2.95 million.
Moore and Goldsmith bought a 3,351-square-foot home in Pasadena for $2.56 million in 2017.
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