With Great Power Comes a Great Paycheck! Inside 'Spider-Man' Tom Holland's Net Worth

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Tom Holland is the brilliant, young British actor who swung onto our screens (and into our hearts) as your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. He joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) as New York teen Peter Parker in 2015 and made a splash in Hollywood immediately.

Now, the young actor is trying his hand at acting and producing for the smaller screen as he takes on the lead role in AppleTV+’s newest miniseries, The Crowded Room.

But, long before he was swinging through the streets with web shooters, Holland was dancing and flipping on London’s West End in the title role in Billy Elliot.

With years of hard work and dedication under his belt, it’s no wonder that Holland is raking in the dough for his performances. Find out Tom Holland’s net worth in 2023 and how he made the most money.

How did Tom Holland become famous?

Tom Holland’s career didn’t actually begin on a screen at all, but rather on a stage in London’s West End where he starred in Billy Elliot—a musical with songs by Elton John—in 2008. He was originally cast as Billy Elliot’s best friend, but later took on the role as Billy for a few years.

Despite Billy Elliot being a musical heavy on dancing and singing, it was clear from a young age Holland was meant to act.

“On stage, you sort of have to be really concentrated, but you have moments where you just look out at the audience, and you’re like ‘Woah,’” he said in a 2009 interview. “Then you see some people crying in the letter scene and then you see people laughing their heads off and it makes you feel proper happy.”

After Billy Elliot, Holland found himself in a few small on-screen roles in Wolf Hall (2015) and In the Heart of the Sea (2015). But he really became a big player in Hollywood when he was signed to a multi-movie deal with Sony and Marvel.

From there, he would go on to play Peter Parker/Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War (2016), Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), Avengers: Infinity War (2018), Avengers: Endgame (2019), Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) and Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021). He’s also credited as playing Spider-Man in an untitled Spider-Man film set to come out in 2024.

Other than Spider-Man, you’ve likely seen (or at least heard) Holland in Onward (2020), The Devil All the Time (2020) and Uncharted (2022).

He’s set to star and executive produce The Crowded Room, a miniseries coming to AppleTV+ June 9, 2023—as well as set to play Fred Astaire in an untitled biopic about Astaire’s life, but that film doesn’t have a release date yet.

What is Tom Holland best known for?

At 26, Holland has already had a long and illustrious career. But even if you saw him on the West End in 2008, you’re still more likely to recognize Holland for his spectacular role as Peter Parker in any one of his starring Marvel films—for which he has also won multiple awards for, including a British Academy Film Award, Hollywood Film Award and MTV Movie & TV Award.

You may also know Holland through his girlfriend, and Spider-Man cast-mate, Zendaya—who he has been dating for a few years, though the exact timeline is unknown as they’re both quite private.

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What is Tom Holland’s net worth in 2023?

Due to his success and long-time partnership with Marvel, Tom Holland’s net worth is estimated to be about $25 million in 2023.

Is Tom Holland or Zendaya worth more?

It's a close race but Holland is ahead by just a few million. While his girlfriend and Euphoria star Zendaya is estimated to be worth $22 million, Holland is worth $25 million.

Related: Zendaya and Tom Holland Spotted Enjoying Basketball Game in Date Night Video

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How much does Tom Holland make per movie?

Tom Holland has earned a good portion of his profits from his role as Spider-Man in multiple Marvel films—as well as other Disney/Marvel gigs, including voiceover work for Disneyland’s Avengers Campus and Avengers shorts.

It’s estimated that Holland grossed $1.5 million for the first Spider-Man film after it performed so well in the box office. While we don't know his exact salaries for the massive Marvel deal, it's reported that he made $250,000 for his small role in Captain America: Civil War, and more for both Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. As his star rose, however he was able to ask for more, reportedly earning a whopping $10 million for Spider-Man: No Way Home.

After his Marvel success, it was reported that Holland could make upwards of $20 million per film depending on the size of his role, the studio and his contract. He would likely make more for a film like Uncharted because he also worked as an executive producer—though it’s been reported that he only made about $2 million for the action flick.

How much did Tom Holland make for Avengers?

Thanks to his Marvel work, Tom Holland has brought in quite a pretty penny. It’s believed that he made $250,000 for his initial appearance in Captain America: Civil War and $3 million each for his subsequent roles in Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame—despite only being in a couple minutes of Endgame.

How much did Tom Holland make for the Spider-Man movies?

Holland originally signed on for three Spider-Man movies with Marvel. It’s reported that for those three films alone, Holland grossed more than $15 million—$1.5 million for Spider-Man: Homecoming, $4 million for Spider-Man: Far From Home, and $10 million for the most-recent Spider-Man: No Way Home.

It is unknown how much extra cash Holland could have made for his additional work as Spider-Man in shorts, like Spider-Man Takes His Driving Test (2017), Science Fair (2019), Peter’s To-Do List (2019) and Web Slingers: A Spider-Man Adventure (2021) in Avengers Campus, and other TV shows, like The Daily Bugle (2021). He has also appeared as Spider-Man in commercials and video games, where he would bring home an additional paycheck.

Despite the rumors that Spider-Man: No Way Home was the final Holland-led Spider-Man film, it’s been reported that Holland has signed on to three more films with Sony and Marvel. He is also listed as playing Spider-Man/Peter Parker in an untitled Spider-Man 4 film on IMDb. After the franchise's success, and Holland’s growing career, he would likely make much more than $10 million for any new Spider-Man film.

How much does Tom Holland make per television series?

Prior to The Crowded Room (2023), Holland has only been in one television miniseries, Wolf Hall. His salary is not publicly known, but he only did a five-episode stint, and was fairly unknown at the time, so it probably wasn’t anywhere near what he makes now.

While neither the cast’s salary, nor the budget for The Crowded Room have been made public, it’s safe to assume Holland is taking home a pretty big chunk of change. He’s the star of the 10-episode mini series, as well an executive producer, meaning he could be making millions depending on his contract.

How much did Tom Holland make for The Crowded Room?

Holland's salary as a star and executive producer on AppleTV+’s The Crowded Room has not been made public, however, it’s likely he’s making a good deal of money for the show. Apple’s service segment, which houses AppleTV+, reportedly grossed $20 billion in the second quarter of 2023. Plus, with the star power of Holland, Will Chase, Amanda Seyfried and Emmy Rossum behind The Crowded Room, the show likely has a pretty lofty budget.

While Holland’s salary hasn’t been reported, it’s likely that he’s making money for both his lead role and executive producer role—and he could be bringing in bonuses depending on how well the show performs on AppleTV+ and his contract. The series is set to drop on June 9.

What is Tom Holland’s salary?

Based on his current net worth, it’s estimated that Tom Holland’s salary is about $4 million-$5 million per project. Though with his talents and continued successes, that number will likely soar as he takes on new roles—and especially if he continues in the Marvel franchise.

Tune in to The Crowded Room on Apple TV+ starting June 9. 

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