Cookies help us deliver our Services. By using our Services, you agree to our use of cookies. Learn More.

This Is How Much Bridgerton's Regé-Jean Page Is Actually Worth

Regé-Jean Page starred in the first season of Netflix's ultra-popular Regency era series "Bridgerton," promptly making him a household name. Page played Simon Basset, the Duke of Hastings, who refuses to get married — until he meets and falls in love with Daphne Bridgerton (Phoebe Dynevor). However, despite being the one that made him a star, "Bridgerton" was not Page's first TV show. Previously, he had starred in shows such as the 2016 historical drama miniseries "Roots" and the legal drama "For the People" from 2018 to 2019 (via IMDb).

Notably, Page decided not to return for the second season of "Bridgerton." The series acknowledges his absence by explaining that Simon stayed at home with their child while Daphne returns to the Bridgerton estate to support her sister Eloise (Claudia Jessie) in her first season as an eligible bachelorette — much to the disappointment of fans of "Bridgerton" and Page.

However, fans of the actor need not be too discouraged, as Page is only staying away from "Bridgerton" to pursue other acting projects. Currently, he has two movie projects lined up: the star-studded action thriller "The Gray Man" (including co-stars Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, and Ana de Armas, just to name a few), set to come out later this year, and a fantasy-adventure film based on the role-playing game of the same name — "Dungeons & Dragons" — slated for 2023.

With a very popular Netflix series under his belt and two highly anticipated upcoming projects, it's clear that Page is leading a successful career. For the curious, this begs the question — what is his net worth, anyway?

Page is reportedly a millionaire

According to Capital FM, Regé-Jean Page's net worth is about $1.5 million. While it's unclear how much Page made for Season 1 of "Bridgerton," he apparently turned down a raise to $50,000 per episode to return to Season 2 as a guest star in three to five episodes, as reported by Vulture. When it was announced that Page would not be returning to the popular series, Page told Variety, "I get to come in, I get to contribute my bit and then the Bridgerton family rolls on."

It is also unclear what Page will be making for "The Gray Man," but it has been reported that his co-stars, Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans, are allegedly making $20 million each for their roles in the action film (via Latestly). Gosling and Evans are playing the two leads, so Page's salary is likely not as high — however, with his growing stardom, it may not be too far behind. Similarly, Page's salary for "Dungeons & Dragons" is unknown, but there are reports that his co-star Chris Pine was paid nearly $11.5 million for his starring role, to give us some perspective on the ballpark of what Page could have made for his other upcoming film (via Variety). Given these estimates, his financial future is looking bright — and we can't wait to see what other projects he might take on next.