Here's What Leslie Odom Jr.'s Net Worth Really Is

As a Tony Award-winning, Golden Globes-nominated actor and singer, it seems there's nothing Leslie Odom Jr. can't do. Though, according to Rolling Stone, the Hamilton star almost quit acting before his 30th birthday. It was the unpredictability of the business that caused him to question whether he could continue or not, but luckily, like his Hamilton character, Aaron Burr, Odom waited for it. And that patience paid off.

Now, he's starring in movies and TV shows with an impressive net worth of $10 million, per Gossip Gist. He's also on track to get his first Oscar nomination for his role as Sam Cooke in Regina King's One Night in Miami. This according to Variety's Oscar predictions, which also predict Odom could nab the Best Original Song nom as well for his song "Speak Now" (via Variety). He's already got a Grammy and a Tony win for his work in Hamilton, so he's that much closer to becoming an EGOT.

Odom is working hard in Hollywood and at home as a dad

Becoming an EGOT would put Leslie Odom Jr. in a special club of artists, like Whoopi Goldberg and John Legend, who have already won the four prestigious awards — Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony. It would also solidify his status in Hollywood as one of the greats. But even if he doesn't win an Oscar for One Night in Miami, Odom's career is just getting started. 

The actor is set to star in a Sopranos prequel film, The Many Saints of Newark, later this year, according to NME. He will also appear alongside Orlando Bloom and Freida Pinto in Needle in a Timestack, per Variety. Though, out of all his upcoming roles, the greatest one has to be "dad" to his second child with wife Nicolette Robinson.

The couple announced back in November that they were expecting, with a post to Instagram. When asked what the actor was doing to prepare for the arrival of his second child, Odom said, "We're trying to store up sleep" (via People). Hopefully, Odom gets all the sleep he needs, because now that his career has skyrocketed to superstardom, there's no stopping it anytime soon.