She's been a household name since she was only a teenager, but what is Selena Gomez's net worth after all these years?
The 30-year-old multihyphenate entertainer is a Screen Actors Guild Award-nominated actress, a Grammy-nominated singer and an Emmy-nominated television producer, not to mention the owner of one of the most-followed Instagram handles on the planet. So with all of that hard work across two decades now, it's no shock that she's racked up the big bucks in her career.
Ahead of the premiere of the Selena Gomez documentary, My Mind & Me—premiering on Apple TV+ on Friday, November 4—let's dive into the star's net worth and the projects that got her there.
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Selena Gomez net worth: what is she valued at?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Selena Gomez is valued at a whopping $95 million, thanks to her multi-faceted career as a singer, actress, producer, TV host, beauty brand owner and social media influencer.
Along with millions made from album and concert ticket sales (her 2016 Revival tour reportedly pulled in $35.6 million) as well as her TV and film salaries, Gomez is one of the highest-paid brand endorsers in entertainment, thanks to a social media audience of more than 350 million followers on Instagram, more than 40 million on TikTok and another 30 million subscribers on YouTube. Some of her lucrative endorsements over the years include a $10 million Coach deal and a $30 million Puma campaign.
And her own brand is bringing in the dollars, too: the Selena Gomez makeup line, Rare Beauty, reportedly generated $60 million in revenue in its first year.
Selena Gomez movies and TV shows
Gomez made her acting debut at the wee age of six years old on Barney & Friends back in 2002. After guest spots on Disney Channel series like The Suite Life of Zack & Cody and Hannah Montana, she rose in prominence on the network in the lead role of Alex Russo in Wizards of Waverly Place, which ran from 2007 to 2012.
The actress's film credits include 2012's Spring Breakers opposite James Franco and Vanessa Hudgens, 2013's Getaway alongside Ethan Hawke, 2016's The Fundamentals of Caring with Paul Rudd, the 2019 Jim Jarmusch-directed horror comedy The Dead Don't Die, and the 2019 Woody Allen movie A Rainy Day in New York opposite Timothée Chalamet. She also voiced the character of Mavis in the Hotel Transylvania film franchise from 2012 to 2022.
Along with acting, Gomez has served as executive producer on television shows like Netflix teen drama 13 Reasons Why, the Netflix docuseries Living Undocumented, her HBO Max cooking series Selena + Chef, and the critically acclaimed Hulu comedy, Only Murders in the Building, in which she also stars.
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Selena Gomez 'Only Murders in the Building'
In Only Murders in the Building, which just finished season two in August 2022 and already has season three in the works, Selena Gomez plays Mabel Mora, the youngest, most sarcastic member of the show's true crime-obsessed trio, which also includes Steve Martin and Martin Short.
In 2022, Gomez received Critics' Choice and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations for her performance, as well as an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series as an executive producer on the show.
While the specifics of Gomez's Only Murders in the Building salary have not been verified, a 2021 Variety report noted that both Steve Martin and Martin Short earned $600,00 per episode of the show, and given that Gomez is the third lead, it's safe to assume she's making a comparable salary as her co-stars. Quite a jump from the days of making $30,000 for each Wizards of Waverly Place ep!
Selena Gomez albums
Gomez's solo music career kicked off with her 2013 single "Come & Get It." She has since released three solo studio albums (not including her time with pop rock band Selena Gomez & the Scene): 2013's Stars Dance, 2015's Revival and 2020's Rare, all of which debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200.
Ahead of the release of her new documentary, she debuted a new single, also titled "My Mind & Me," on Thursday, November 3.
Selena Gomez: My Mind & Me is available for streaming on Apple TV+ from Friday, November 4.
Christina Izzo is the Deputy Editor of My Imperfect Life.
More generally, she is a writer-editor covering food and drink, travel, lifestyle and culture in New York City. She was previously the Features Editor at Rachael Ray In Season and Reveal, as well as the Food & Drink Editor and chief restaurant critic at Time Out New York.
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