Jeremy Strong Net Worth

You might remember Jeremy Strong from his role in Succession, where he played Kendall Roy. 

He even received the award for Outstanding Lead Actor in A Drama Series for his performance. 

Strong’s professional debut came in 2008 when he appeared in A Man of All Seasons, the infamous Broadway Show. 

Since then, he has been a part of many Broadway plays.  

His career aside, Strong has an exciting background that saw him rise to his current levels. 

Jeremy Strong Net Worth

Currently, Jeremy Strong has a net worth of $4 million. He made most of his money from his acting gigs, a major source of his income.

Aside from acting, Strong also earns from endorsements and advertisements.

Jeremy Strong Salary in Succession

For every episode of Succession, Jeremy Strong earns $350000. This ranks him as one of the best-paid actors in the series.

However, he reportedly made $100000 per episode when the show began. With ten episodes, this means that he made a million per episode.

However, the rates were negotiated ahead of the show’s third season.

Currently, the series is in the third season with 29 episodes.

The talented Jeremy Strong has appeared in each episode of the series.

Jeremy Strong was born in December 1978 in Boston, Massachusetts. There have been several questions about whether the actor is Jewish.

The 43-year-old brought about a lot of confusion since he portrayed the character of a Jew in his show. 

However, Jeremy is not Jewish. In fact, Jeremy was born to a prosecutor father and a hospice nurse mother.

Jeremy’s most notable appearance in the present movies is his role in Succession. Apart from Succession, nothing more can be said about the actor.  


Jeremy Strong went to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, later graduating from Yale, majoring in English. 

He also took further studies at Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago.


Apart from his roles in Broadway, Strong had more recurring roles in series such as The Good Wife, Mob City and Masters of Sex.

Strong has also appeared in other films, including The Happening, Humboldt County, The Romantics, See Girl Run, The Judge, The Messenger, Selma, Black Mass, Time out of Mind, Molly’s Game and many more.

In 2016, he was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for his performance in The Big Short.

He took up the Kendall Roy role in Succession in 2018.

Personal Life

Jeremy Strong married Emma Wall in 2016. Emma is a Danish-born psychiatrist who acquired fame by being Jeremy Strong’s wife. 

Currently, the couple lives in Copenhagen with their family.

Initially, the couple met in 2012, and after dating for four years, they tied the know in a private ceremony.

About Succession

The Succession is a 2018 American comedy film directed by Adam McKay.

The movie stars Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong, Kieran Culkin, Sarah Snook, Nicholas Braun, Matthew Macfadyen, Alan Ruck and Rob Corddry.

It is scheduled to be released on July 3, 2018, by HBO Films.

The Plot

Succession follows the Roy family, owners of one of the world’s largest media conglomerates, as they deal with personal and professional drama. 

Logan Roy, played by Brian Cox (Braveheart), is nearing retirement and eager to hand over the reins to his eldest son, Kendall (Jeremy Strong).

But when his only other progeny, his daughter Siobhan (Sarah Snook), shows up after a mysterious ten-year absence with a secret plan, things go awry.

Reaching for the throne are Kendall’s half-brothers: Roman (Kieran Culkin), a self-destructive party animal whose earning potential is matched only by his shopping addiction, and the more stable and ambitious Connor (Alan Ruck), currently living in Germany with his wife Tomi (Hiam Abbass). 

Then there’s Siobhan’s husband, Tom Wamsgans (Matthew Macfadyen), who aims to take down all the siblings while Logan is still in charge.

Hobbies and Likes

Apart from his roles in film, Jeremy Strong’s hobbies include public speaking, ice hockey, and videogame design. He is a self-professed “nerd” who has written several screenplays and children’s books, including the best-selling novel “The Toymaker” and the award-winning “The Shadow Club” series.

Well, there you have it, folks. Jeremy Strong’s 4$ million net worth is bound to grow as he continues expanding his acting portfolio.