Most people dream of one day retiring with millions of dollars. Even just $1 million would be fine. A couple of hundred thousand? That would probably be nice, too. And if you invest your money wisely, the dreams you have may one day become a reality and you’ll retire to Hawaii and drink Mai Tais by the beach.
But the teens you’re about to be introduced to don’t have to worry about retirement. That’s because they’re already rich. Here’s how much they have — and how they got it.
Suri Cruise: $500,000
Though 16-year-old Suri’s estimated net worth is a cool $500,000, you’ve got to take her parents into account when calculating how rich this teenage style-icon really is. Her mom, Katie Holmes, is estimated to be holding on to $25 million. And her dad, leading man Tom Cruise, is worth at least $600 million — although that number has probably gone up as you were reading this.
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Wyatt Oleff: $1 Million
Wyatt Oleff is best known for starring in “I Am Not Okay With This,” and is worth $1 million. Oleff also starred in “Guardians of the Galaxy” in 2014 and “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” in 2017.
Mia Talerico: $1.5 Million
At 14 years old, Mia Talerico has more than $1 million to her name. The actress is best known for starring in the TV series “Good Luck Charlie,” which she started working on at just 11 months old.
McKenna Grace: $2 Million
The 16-year-old known for her roles on “Crash & Bernstein,” “The Young and the Restless” and “Fuller House” is worth $2 million. In addition to these roles, the teenager has had recurring roles on “CSI: Cyber,” “Once Upon a Time” and “Young Sheldon.”
Noah Schnapp: $3 Million
Best known for his role as Will in “Stranger Things,” Noah Schnapp has commanded a $3 million net worth, making $250,000 an episode. At just 18 years old, he has won a Screen Actors Guild Award along with the rest of the cast for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series.
Millie Bobby Brown: $14 Million
The breakout star of “Stranger Things” is no longer a stranger to millions — of people and dollars. The 18-year-old may have gotten her name recognition from the hit Netflix show, but she’s been in the entertainment game for a long time. She appeared in a television show for the first time in 2013, when she was just 11 years old. And with “Enola Holmes 2” in the works, you can expect to hear about this young actor for a very long time.
Danielle Bregoli: $20 Million
Danielle Bregoli is a social media star and rapper who goes by Bhad Bhabie. She first rose to fame after an appearance on “Dr. Phil” in 2016. The 19-year-old has earned millions from paid social endorsements and her account on OnlyFans.
Charli D’Amelio: $20 Million
At just 18 years old, Charli D’Amelio is channeling her dancing skills into cold, hard cash. The teen is a viral sensation on TikTok, where she’s considered to be the social media app’s biggest star. And she’s helped her family become well-known personalities, too. While D’Amelio boasts the largest following — she has over 149 million fans — her parents and sister Dixie (also pictured here) have millions of fans of their own. And that translates to more deals, more endorsements and even more money.
JoJo Siwa: $20 Million
Joelle Joanie Siwa — your kids know her as JoJo — got her start as a contestant on the children’s competitive dance show “Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition.” She didn’t win the $100,000 prize, but the young dancer made such an impression that she was invited to be part of “Dance Moms,” a reality show about the competitive and dramatic teen dance world. Siwa then started a YouTube channel, released music and started selling her signature bows. Kids can’t get enough of her, and the money keeps rolling in.
Valentina Pinault: $7.1 Billion
At 15, Valentina Pinault is the richest teen on this list if not the world — although her net worth is based on her parents’ net worth. Not only is she the daughter of actress Salma Hayek, but her dad is Francois-Henri Pinault — a literal billionaire. And that means the sky’s the limit for this teen. Acting? Business? Whatever she decides to do, she’s definitely being set up for success.
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