Lisa Kudrow’s net worth set to soar with eye-watering Friends Reunion salary

Lisa Kudrow has gone on to enjoy an incredibly successful career after Friends wrapped up in 2004.

She played the loveable Phoebe Buffay for all 236 episodes of the hit sitcom, from 1994 to 2004.

The actress, and her fellow stars, earned million from starring in the show, and still earn royalties to this day.

But Lisa continued to enjoy a successful career after Friends, continuing to add to her wealth.

The cast members are reportedly getting paid between £1.7million and £2.1million for the one-hour long reunion special which airs today, May 27, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

So what is Kudrow's net worth today? Here we take a closer look.

Lisa Kudrow net worth

Lisa Kudrow has an estimated net worth of £63.5million, according to wealth website Celebrity Net Worth.

Like the rest of the cast, Kudrow was paid £15,922 per episode for the first season of Friends.

That figure rose until the last season, when she was paid a staggering £708,000 per episode.

According to USA Today, each main actor in Friends also makes around £13-14million a year from royalties.

After Friends finished, Lisa landed parts in movies like P.S I Love You, Bad Neighbours, Easy A and The Girl On The Train.

You may also recognise her as Congresswoman Josephine Marcus on ABC's Scandal.

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She also played Lori-Anne Schmidt on Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and Sheree on Grace and Frankie, as well as guest-starring on The Good Place.

In addition, Kudrow wrote and starred in Web Therapy, a web series, which lasted for four seasons and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy.

Her recent roles include starring on Netflix's Space Force with Steve Carell.

As well as her TV and film success, Kudrow has also made some incredible profits through property investments.

The beauty owns at least two properties in Beverly Hills, and sold her Utah mansion in 2017 for £2.5million.

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