The Big Bang Theory will undoubtedly be at the top of any list of famous sitcoms. No one denies that this show made an indelible mark on its audience and continues to draw viewers even after its final season aired in 2019. From Kaley Cuoco‘s flirty portrayal of Penny to brilliant scientist Sheldon Cooper, portrayed by Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory featured a bunch of nerds. The amount of money they were paid was equal to the volume of slapstick comedy in the show.
Jim Parsons earned $60,000-$1,000,000 from The Big Bang Theory.
As the show’s lead, Jim Parsons certainly padded his wallet when he had the chance. The Big Bang Theory was a hugely successful series that catapulted Jim Parsons into the spotlight. The television actor landed a lead role on the show and has never looked back. The happily married star has amassed a considerable net worth due to his role as Sheldon Cooper, and he knows how to spend his money wisely.
Detailed Summary of Parsons’ Salary From Season One to Final.
As a leading actor in the first season of “The Big Bang Theory,” Jim made $60,000 per episode. That’s a little over a million dollars for that season. His salary increased to $250,000 per episode in season two and remained the same until season 4. From those 70 episodes, the star made $17.5 million. For Seasons 5 through 7, Parsons made $350,000 per episode. Add another $25.2 million to the total. The $1.2 million per episode he made in seasons eight through ten adds up to $86 million. Jim took a pay cut to $1 million per episode for the final two seasons. The total cost for the two years is $48 million. After taxes and bonuses, Parsons earned $177.7 million from “The Big Bang Theory.”
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