Here's How Much Sarah Jessica Parker Is Really Worth

Sarah Jessica Parker has had an incredible ride on screens and stages big and small. Parker got her start in theater, appearing for the first time on Broadway in 1976's The Innocents. She continued on Broadway in Annie from 1976-1983 (via IBDB). At the same time, she was taking those theater skills to television and film. Parker landed a starring role in the TV sitcom Square Pegs, before breaking out on the big screen with the role of Rusty in Footloose in 1984 (via Biography).

The Ohio native found herself far from the Midwest as her career began taking off. Parker went on to appear in some serious fan favorites, including Girls Just Want To Have FunHocus Pocus, and The First Wives' Club. Her career would be forever changed just two years after the last film. In 1998, Parker first stepped into the famed stilettos of Carrie Bradshaw and Sex and the City was born. 

The HBO series was a seriously huge deal. In six seasons, the show's four stars raked in tons of money and saw their careers shoot into the stratosphere. Parker earned $3.2 million per episode in the show's last three season, per Celebrity Net Worth. Parker also played Carrie in the show's two spin-off films, for which she was paid $15 million and $20 million, respectively. She also served as producer.

Sarah's also a super-savvy businesswoman

Parker has a lot of business endeavors outside of acting as well. She has her own fashion label, also called SJP, which produces apparel, footwear, fragrances, accessories, and gifts. Sales figures aren't publicly available, but she shared she was "very pleased" with their slow, steady growth in a 2018 interview with Business of Fashion.

"All the ideas of expansion are very seductive and flattering, but we know too well all the cautionary tales," she told the outlet. "We're no good to our business if we don't know our customer at every single place, and I mean hard core."

She also serves as the Editorial Director of SJP for Hogarth, a literary imprint of Crown Publishing. "In this role, I work hand-in-hand with my publishing team to acquire and curate works of fiction that reflect my own taste as a reader," she explains on her site.

So what does it all amount to? Celebrity Net Worth puts Parker's net worth at $150 million. That nearly matches husband and fellow actor Matthew Broderick's $200 million net worth. 

Sarah's not slowing down

There's only more money to be made by the talented actress. She shows no signs of slowing down in her career, especially as her three children get older.

Speaking of getting older, we'll get to see what that looks like for the Sex And The City gang. People reports Parker will reprise her SATC role for a new mini-series titled And Just Like That, which follows the women who are now in their 50s. Cynthia Nixon and Kristin Davis will return in the roles of Miranda and Charlotte. Kim Cattrall won't be reprising her role as Samantha in the reboot.

"The new Max Original series is based on the book, Sex and the City, by Candice Bushnell and the original TV series created by Darren Star. The series will follow Carrie, Miranda and Charlotte as they navigate the journey from the complicated reality of life and friendship in their 30s to the even more complicated reality of life and friendship in their 50s," according to a press release (via People). 

With most of the gang back together, the reboot is sure to be wildly popular and make a pretty penny for all parties involved.