Billie Piper’s Net Worth – Salary per Episode and Earnings from Entertainment Industry

Published Date   14th Dec. 2018, 12:29 pm
Billie Piper’s Net Worth – Salary per Episode and Earnings from Entertainment Industry




Billie Paul Piper, born as Leian Paul Piper, is an English actress, dancer, and also a former singer from Swindon, Wiltshire. Billie Piper’s net worth is estimated to be an astounding amount of $12 million. Billie Piper has released many songs till date because of which she has been able to make this sum of money.

The English actress and singer, Billie Piper, started her career in the entertainment industry as a singer from the age of 15. Apart from her singing, she has also acted in numerous movies and has done television shows through which Piper has collected a considerable amount of money into her account. Her career also includes innumerable awards that she has received from her work which also helped to increase Billie Piper’s value.

Net Worth and Career Earnings From Entertainment Industry

Billie Piper’s successful career has made her worth reach $12 million. Her charming face and incredible talent have helped her a lot to receive many works and projects which she does by perfection. It is clear that Piper gets a considerable sum of money because of her talent as in one of the interviews she claims to work for exciting projects rather than the work that gives her high incentives. Piper’s $12 million includes her earnings from movies, TV shows, and her career as a singer.



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Billie Piper has a Net worth of $12 million which includes her earnings from singing and acting career. Image Source: Metro Newspaper UK

Billie Piper has done a countless amount of work in her career through which she has received large income. Although the figures are not exact, we have wages of some work that she has done. Piper earned £400,000 for the final season on top of generous pay deals for the earlier series.

 

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Billie Piper, in 2003, was cast in the BBC’s hit The Miller’s Tale, which was the part of the channel’s modern take on Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales. The casting directors were so impressed by her performance that helped her grab the role which blasted her career and earnings.

Reportedly, BBC paid her £210,000 to make her stay for the second series which was scheduled for 2005. This amount was very high compared to other actors as the average salary they received in the series was about £166,0000.

Apart from the TV shows, Piper began her singing career at the age of 15 from the time she released her debut single Because We Want To which hit the top of the UK Singles Chart. Billie Piper was the youngest artist ever to have reached the top of the chart. Honey To The B (1998) was the album that followed her hit single. The album was certified platinum and double platinum by two different recording industries.

 

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The English actress and singer, Billie Piper’s value were rocketing sky high as she was in high demand for her work.

Billie Piper has received numerous awards for her works. She has won many Best Actress Awards, and most particularly, Laurence Olivier Award for her performance in Yerma. She received a total of six Best Actress Awards just for this single performance, which includes the Olivier Award that made Piper the only actor to have grabbed six out of six awards for the best actress for a single performance.

These incredible remarks have made Billie Piper worth the value she is now.

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