This Is The Net Worth Of Alyson Stoner

Many people recognize Alyson Stoner as the once 9-year-old star of Missy Elliott's "Work It" music video. That video, along with two other Missy Elliott projects she did shortly after, launched her career, eventually leading her to Disney stardom (via Elle). She appeared in Disney's "Super Short Show," "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody," "That's So Raven," "Phineas and Ferb," and starred in the hit Disney Channel movies "Camp Rock" and "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam."

Those not as familiar with Disney probably recognize Stoner from her roles in the "Cheaper by the Dozen" films, where she plays spunky tomboy Sara Baker in both the original film and the sequel. 

When she isn't on screen, Stoner is known for her dancing and singing skills. She appeared at the 2019 VMA's to reenact her role in "Work it" alongside Missy Elliott and has released music of her own, including her own song titled "Stripped Bare," which she released in February 2019 (via ShowBiz Cheat Sheet). Her most recent work has been in the realm of voice acting; she even voiced characters for "Phineas and Ferb" and "Milo Murphy's Law."

With such an impressive resume behind her, how much is the young star actually worth?

Alyson is indeed a millionaire

Alyson Stoner got her start very young, so it makes sense that she has amassed quite a bit of wealth in her time on and off the screen. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Stoner is worth about $1.5 million. The 20-something has earned her wealth through acting, singing, dancing, voice acting, and choreographing.

And while her net worth is impressive to many, Stoner has recently spoken out about her childhood fame, explaining that her stardom was actually an extremely negative and hurtful experience (via People). She told the outlet, "I narrowly survived the toddler-to-trainwreck pipeline. In fact, nothing was designed for me to end up... 'Normal.' 'Stable.' 'Alive.'"

Stoner also came out about her eating disorder struggles and the sexual harassment and child labor violations she faced as a young star (via Insider). Today, she is working hard to change the way child actors are treated, advocating for better working conditions and more education on how to ensure children aren't exploited by the system like she was.

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