On March 6, “Once Upon a Time” returns with new adventures in Storybrooke, featuring Emma Swan and iconic Disney characters like Hook, Princess Merida and more fan favorites. But episode 12, titled “Souls of the Departed,” is more than just the mid-season premiere — it’s the show’s 100th episode, and the milestone promises the return of several key characters, as well as the introduction of some exciting new ones.
A hit for ABC, “Once Upon a Time” boosted ratings in the critical 18-49 age demographic with its two-hour mid-season finale on Nov. 15. Take a look at “Once Upon a Time” cast members’ net worths before season five’s mid-season premiere.
Jared Gilmore Net Worth: $400,000
Born in 2000, Jared Gilmore has accomplished much in his short career. He can attribute his success not only to “Once Upon a Time” but to “Mad Men,” “Without a Trace,” “Wilfred” and “Hawthorne.” The child star’s net worth is $400,000. In the show, Gilmore plays Henry Mills, the son of Emma Swan and Neal Cassidy.
Lana Parrilla Net Worth: $500,000
Lana Parrilla’s $500,000 net worth can be traced to her “Once Upon a Time” role as Regina Mills — the Evil Queen of “Snow White” fame — along with other small-screen successes, including stints on “JAG,” “The Shield,” “NYPD Blue,” “Six Feet Under,” “24” and “Lost.” The actress’ considerable talent has earned her two TV Guide Awards and an ALMA Award.
Ginnifer Goodwin Net Worth: $5 Million
Although her character Mary Margaret Blanchard — better known as Snow White — is critical to the story of “Once Upon a Time,” Ginnifer Goodwin owes her $5 million net worth to successful runs on numerous shows. She has appeared on “Law and Order,” “In the Land of Women” and “Big Love,” among other shows and films. Additionally, Goodwin has been nominated for four People’s Choice Awards and five Teen Choice Awards.
Jennifer Morrison Net Worth: $6 Million
Born in 1979, Jennifer Morrison began accumulating her $6 million net worth as a child stars, with roles in “Intersection” and “Miracle on 34th Street.” Her nearly 50 credits include stints on successful shows like “How I Met Your Mother,” “Dawson’s Creek” and “House, M.D.” On “Once Upon a Time,” Morrison plays Emma Swan, the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming.
Robert Carlyle Net Worth: $10 Million
Scottish-born Robert Carlyle’s “Once Upon a Time” character, Mr. Gold — of Rumpelstiltskin fame — is just one of the many roles contributing to his $10 million net worth. Acting professionally since 1988, Carlyle boasts a number of credits include roles on “24: Redemption,” “28 Weeks Later” and “The World is Not Enough.” He won a SAG Award in 1998 and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy in 2006.
Emilie de Ravin Net Worth: $12 Million
Perhaps best known for her work on “Lost” — another ABC hit — Emilie de Ravin can trace her $12 million net worth back to her breakout role in “BeastMaster,” among other parts. She has appeared in 91 episodes of “Once Upon a Time” as Belle French, a character derived from “Beauty and the Beast.”
Josh Dallas Net Worth: $3 Million
Prince Charming himself on “Once Upon a Time,” Josh Dallas, boasts a net worth of $3 million. The actor is married to his co-star and on-screen love, Ginnifer Goodwin.
Guest Stars of ‘Once Upon a Time’
The success of “Once Upon a Time” can be attributed in part to its many guest stars, some of whom have recurring roles. In 2015, E! Online reported that Barbara Hershey will be returning to the show as Regina’s mother. Hershey boasts an impressive net worth of $12 million.
Additionally, Robbie Kay will return as Peter Pan; Meghan Ory will be back as Red; and “Breaking Bad” actor Giancarlo Esposito will appear again as Sidney Glass/The Magic Mirror. Currently, Ory has a net worth of $200,000, while Esposito’s net worth is estimated at $2 million.
Greg Germann, who has a net worth of $5 million, will make his first appearance on the show’s 100th episode. Other recurring guest stars include Colin O’Donoghue, who has a net worth of $300,000, and Sean Maguire, who enjoys a net worth of $700,000.
‘Once Upon a Time’ Trailer
The trailer for the 100th episode reveals the show’s characters hunting for Hook in a Storybrooke that has been transformed into an underworld realm. The dead are alive and well in this new reality, which appears poised to dominate the second half of season five. Here is a look at the “Once Upon a Time” trailer for the show’s mid-season return: