In their original contracts for the first season, each cast member was paid $22,500 per episode. The cast members received different salaries in the second season, beginning from the $20,000 range to $40,000 per episode. Prior to their salary negotiations for the third season, the cast decided to enter collective negotiations, despite Warner Bros. preference for individual deals. The actors were given the salary of the least paid cast member, meaning Aniston and Schwimmer had their salaries reduced. The stars were paid, per episode, $75,000 in the third season, $85,000 in the fourth, $100,000 in the fifth, and $125,000 in the sixth season. The cast members received salaries of $750,000 per episode in the seventh and eight seasons, and $1 million per episode in the ninth and tenth.
10,000 per episode
The cast of Breaking Amish usually make between $30000 and $50000 per episode.
$10,000 per episode
Im not sure about the whole cast,but Miley Cyrus made $15,000 per episode
about £5.65 per minute
$2,500 per episode.
It depends on how much money they are supposed to be given according to their contract. Cast of Friends are said to have earned $1 million per episode for the final season.
50,000 ikr alot
100k per episode except they did not have access to this money until after they turned 18
i'm friends with once of the cast members, they get 10,000 a episode plus what they make for there hourly wages for work.
One million dollars per episode....each
well about 20 million
Every cast member will make different amounts of money. The better known the actor or actress is to the general population, the more money they will make versus a non recognized actor or actress.
Ashton Kutcher and Topher Grace made $250,000 to 300,000 per episode by the end of the series.
The cast makes $400,000 per episode
Season 6, Episode 9
They make like 672,000 and episode. No I'm joking with you but whatever they make it's more money than they have ever seen
$35,000 per episode.
during the tenth season the 6 stars were making 1 million dollars an episode
50,000 an episode
$10,000 per episode