Kat Dennings has a net worth of $25 million.
2 Broke Girls Syndication
2 Broke Girls ran from 2011 to 2017. During its run, the show produced 138 episodes over six seasons. In June 2012 the series was first sold into syndication for what was a then-record $1.7 million per-episode fee. TBS won the rights after outbidding several other networks. The previous per-episode record was $1.5 million that “Modern Family” earned in 2010 from USA. By the time 2 Broke Girls ended its run, it had aired 138 episodes. At $1.7 million per episode, TBS forked over $235.6 million for rights to the first syndication run. Those rights will come up for renewal again after roughly a decade. As the stars of the show, Beth Behrs and Kat Dennings earned $150,000 per episode apiece. That’s around $20 million over the course of the series. A small number of equity points on the show entitles them each to a percentage of the show’s syndication profits. Over the lifetime of the show’s syndication run, Kat and Beth will each earn around $50 million in syndication royalties from the series.The text above has been extracted and adjusted from Celebrity Net Worth.
Sherman Oaks Property
Between the years of 2012-2013 and 2016, Kat lived in the Sherman Oaks district of Los Angeles. Previously bought in by Who What Wear founder Katherine Power for $1.2M in 2012, this walled and hedged mini-estate was flipped before Kat moved in. In 2016, Dennings sold the place to noted fashion designer Katherine Kleveland and her husband, MTV producer Colin Nash. who, in turn, sold it to comedic actress Maya Rudolph in March 2021 for $2.6M, as we’re told by Architectural Digest and Dirt.
The property, built in 1938, measures a reported 2,810 square feet and includes 3 bedrooms, including a master suite and a second ensuite bedroom on the main floor, 2.5 bathrooms a 2-car garage and a family room with French doors that open to the terraced backyard. The arched doorways and Tudor-style windows were a couple of original features which were maintained.
Below, you can browse images of the house’s backyard space as it existed in March 2021, as a courtesy of The Chernov Team who held the property’s listing.