Here's How Much Chrishell Stause Is Actually Worth

Fans of reality television may know Chrishell Stause – who's had a stunning transformation — from Netflix's wildly popular series "Selling Sunset," but long before she became a reality television favorite, Stause had a decades-long career as a soap opera actress. The 39-year-old real estate mogul appeared in a whopping 541 episodes of "All My Children" from 2005 until 2011, had a ten-episode stint on "The Young and the Restless" in 2016, and starred in over 200 episodes of "Days of Our Lives" from 2013 until 2020 (IMDb). In addition to appearing on some of the most iconic and successful soap operas of all time, Stause also had a starring role in the web series "Youthful Daze" for six seasons, and starred in the movies "Staged Killer," "My Little Girl Is Gone," and "Another Time" opposite her now-ex husband, "This Is Us" star Justin Hartley.

Stause and Hartley's split made headlines in 2019 — just two years after they tied the knot — after Stause revealed that Hartley abruptly filed for divorce and let her know about it via text message, which was addressed in a Season 3 clip of "Selling Sunset." "He text[ed] me that we were filed. Forty-five minutes later, the world knew," Stause said (via People), adding, "I talked to him right after because I thought that must be a joke. But that was kind of the end of the communication."

Chrishell Stause has built a fortune thanks to her acting and real estate career

Per Celebrity Net Worth, Chrishell Stause is worth around $5 million, and obviously, her career as an actress and real estate agent contributed to her overall wealth. And given the fact that fellow cast mate, Mary Fitzgerald, posted a cryptic Instagram photo with the "Days of Our Lives" alum which she captioned, "We're back!" and tagged #Netflix and #SellingSunset (via House Beautiful), it looks like Season 4 will (hopefully) hit our televisions toward the end of this year or early 2022 — which means more cash flow coming in for Stause and her fellow Oppenheim Group colleagues.

With Stause being one of the most sought-after realtors in the country, it shouldn't come as a surprise that she owns a gorgeous Los Angeles home of her own. Per People, Stause moved into her Hollywood Hills home in 2019 after her shocking split with Justin Hartley. The couple previously owned a $4.7 million newly built mansion in Encino, California (via Variety).

"I really wanted to embrace the femininity right now," she said of the interior decor and style of her new bachelorette digs. "I just really feel empowered. I think sometimes people look at it as a negative if there's a lot of women that identify with me. But we're businesswomen, we're out here doing it on our own and it's like, let's embrace it! So I went feminine, and I love it."