Stars of the Stage: Net Worths of the 2017 Tony Award Winners

From Kevin Spacey to Bette Midler, see the Tony Awards highlights, winners and their worths.
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Broadway's biggest stars are used to taking the stage, but a lucky few got to step into a different spotlight to accept big wins at the 71st Tony Awards. Hosted by Kevin Spacey, the glitzy award show took place at New York City's Radio City Music Hall.

The star-studded evening included appearances by Stephen Colbert, Whoopie Goldberg and Billy Crystal and performances by the Radio City Rockettes and the casts of several Broadway shows. Bette Midler, one of the winners at the 2017 Tony Awards, amused the audience by ordering the orchestra to "shut that crap off," when they tried to cut her acceptance speech off prematurely.

Not surprisingly, the evening was filled with political references, which culminated with Spacey and his "House of Cards" co-stars Robin Wright and Michael Kelly appearing on-stage as their characters in the hit show. Take a look at the winners of this year's Tony Awards and their net worths.

<strong>Best Play — </strong><strong>“Oslo”</strong>

Best Play — “Oslo”

Written by J.T. Rogers, "Oslo" is a dark comedy that chronicles secret peace talks between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization in Norway in 1993. The Best Play winner at the 2017 Tony Awards is currently playing at Lincoln Center's Vivian Beaumont Theater. Tickets range from $77 to $149 each.

<strong>Best Revival of a Play — </strong><strong>August Wilson’s “Jitney”</strong>

Best Revival of a Play — August Wilson’s “Jitney”

Certainly not a new play, August Wilson's "Jitney" first hit the stage in 1982, finally making it's Broadway debut at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre in January 2017. The play highlighted the life of a group of men trying to earn a living by driving jitneys in the early 1970s. This Tony Award winner's final curtain call was March 12, but during its run, patrons paid $60 to $140 each for tickets.

<strong>Best Musical </strong><strong>—</strong><strong> “Dear Evan Hansen”</strong>

Best Musical — “Dear Evan Hansen”

"Dear Evan Hansen" cleaned up with six wins at the 2017 Tony Awards, including Best Musical. The show tells the story of a suicide letter that wasn't meant to be read, and its life-changing opportunity for Evan Hansen to finally fit in.

Tickets to see the show on Broadway at the Music Box Theatre are currently available through June 2018, with prices starting at $119 each. The play's North American tour launches in Fall 2018.

<strong>Best Revival of a Musical </strong><strong>—</strong><strong> “Hello, Dolly!”</strong>

Best Revival of a Musical — “Hello, Dolly!”

Oldie, but goodie "Hello, Dolly!" proved it's still a fan-favorite. Including Best Revival of a Musical, the beloved show won four honors at the 71st Tony Awards.

The classic musical tells the story of a nosey matchmaker and her quest to marry her dream man. It's playing at the Sam S. Shubert Theatre through at least January 2018, and tickets cost $59 to $229 each.

<strong>Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play </strong><strong>—</strong><strong> Kevin Kline Net Worth: </strong><strong>$35 Million</strong>

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Play — Kevin Kline Net Worth: $35 Million

Kevin Kline was honored for his work as Garry Essendine in "Present Laughter." He has two other Tony Awards in his collection — the first for "On the Twentieth Century" in 1978 and the second for "The Pirates of Penzance" in 1981.

Also a respected actor on the silver screen, he earned an Oscar in 1989 for "A Fish Called Wanda." Some of his most recent works include playing Maurice in Disney's 2017 "Beauty and the Beast" live action movie and voicing Mr. Fischoeder on the television series "Bob's Burgers" since 2011.

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<strong>Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play </strong><strong>—</strong><strong> Laurie Metcalf Net Worth: </strong><strong>$8 Million</strong>

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Play — Laurie Metcalf Net Worth: $8 Million

On the Tony Award winners list for the very first time, Laurie Metcalf took home the Tony for her portrayal of Nora Helmer in "A Doll's House, Part 2." She's also a three-time Emmy winner for her work as Jackie Harris on the '90s sitcom "Roseanne" — a role she's set to reprise in 2018.

<strong>Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical </strong><strong>—</strong><strong> Ben Platt Net Worth: Unknown</strong>

Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Musical — Ben Platt Net Worth: Unknown

Ben Platt won his first Tony at the 71st Tony Awards for his work as the title character in "Dear Evan Hansen." Also a star on film, the "Pitch Perfect" and "Pitch Perfect 2" actor previously graced the stage in "The Book of Mormon."

<strong>Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical </strong><strong>—</strong><strong> Bette Midler Net Worth:  </strong><strong>$230 Million</strong>

Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical — Bette Midler Net Worth: $230 Million

The 2017 Tony Awards were special for Bette Midler, because she won her first-ever Tony in an acting category for her portrayal of Dolly Gallagher Levi in "Hello, Dolly!". She previously won a special Tony Award in 1974.

Midler is also the proud owner of three Golden Globes and three Emmys. The legendary actress has starred in the films "Fantasia," "Beaches," "Hocus Pocus" and her own television series "Bette."

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<strong>Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play </strong><strong>—</strong><strong> Michael Aronov Net Worth: Unknown</strong>

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Play — Michael Aronov Net Worth: Unknown

Michael Aronov won his first-ever statuette at the 2017 Tony Awards for his work as Uri Savir in "Oslo." When he's not performing for a live audience, he's working in the television world — Aronov recently guest-starred on both "The Americans" and "Madam Secretary."

<strong>Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play </strong><strong>—</strong><strong> Cynthia Nixon Net Worth: </strong><strong>$60 Million</strong>

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Play — Cynthia Nixon Net Worth: $60 Million

Cynthia Nixon won the Tony for her work in Lillian Hellman's "The Little Foxes." Interestingly, she and Laura Linney share the leading role of Regina Giddens and the supporting role of Birdie Hubbard, alternating who plays each.

Nixon previously won a Tony in 2006 for "Rabbit Hole." Best known for her work as Miranda Hobbes in "Sex and the City," she's also a two-time Emmy winner.

<strong>Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical </strong><strong>—</strong><strong> Gavin Creel Net Worth: Unknown</strong>

Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical — Gavin Creel Net Worth: Unknown

The 71st Tony Awards were huge for Gavin Creel — the Broadway star won his first Tony for his work as Cornelius Hackl in "Hello, Dolly!" He was previously nominated for a Tony in 2002 for "Thoroughly Modern Millie" and again in 2009 for "Hair."

<strong>Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical </strong><strong>—</strong><strong> Rachel Bay Jones Net Worth: Unknown</strong>

Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical — Rachel Bay Jones Net Worth: Unknown

Long-time Broadway star Rachel Bay Jones won the Tony for her work as Heidi Hansen in "Dear Evan Hansen." She also recently starred in the musical "Pippin" and has appeared in the shows "Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown," "Hair" and "Meet Me in St. Louis."

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