Miranda Cosgrove's Stunning Net Worth Finally Revealed

Born on May 14, 1993, Miranda Cosgrove got into the entertainment industry quite early. She was discovered when she was three-years-old while dancing at a table in a restaurant. She was quickly signed by an agent and appeared in franchise commercials and spreads. Only a few years later, at the age of seven, she started auditioning for bigger roles (via Famous Birthdays).


Her first credited role was as Summer Hathaway in the cult favorite, School of Rock. The following year, she was cast as Megan Parker in the hit Nickelodeon series, Drake and Josh. People fell in love with her mischievous, and sometimes frightening, character and it soon landed her her own show, iCarly. For five years, we saw her with her wacky shenanigans as Carly Shay. Between it all, she starred in the Despicable Me franchise as the eldest daughter, Margo (via IMDb).

For a while, she was out of the spotlight while she studied for her film degree from USC. But what is she up to lately? Well, in case you haven't heard yet, iCarly is getting a reboot and fans are losing it.

At one point, she made six figures for every iCarly episode

We literally grew up with her and it seems as though we know all there is. But did you know that Cosgrove's net worth is larger than what you'd expect? According to Celebrity Net Worth, her net worth is a whopping $10 million. In 2012, she was considered one of the highest-earning child actresses on the planet, as Miranda Cosgrove earned up to $180,000 per iCarly episode (via Guinness World Records).


According to E! Online, around eight years ago, Miranda Cosgrove bought a $2.65 million Los Angeles mansion. The spacious property has over 3,000 square feet, three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and is the pinnacle of a dream home. Whether or not she still lives there is unknown, but either way, she's probably living it up in a Pinterest-worthy home.

It seems as though the child star is living comfortably, and, after the reboot, we're sure her net worth will only increase.