What Is Actor and Megan Fox’s Ex-Husband Brian Austin Green’s Net Worth?

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Brian Austin Green is best known for his role in the series, “Beverly Hills, 90210.”  He has also enjoyed a successful television career with appearances on shows like “Freddie,” “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles,” “CSI: Miami,” “Desperate Housewives,” “Smallville,” and “Anger Management.” As of 2023, his net worth is $8 million.

Brian Austin Green visits Build Series to discuss
Brian Austin Green visits Build Series to discuss “BH90210” | Getty Images | Photo by Mike Pont

At the age of 13, Green booked his first major role in the soap opera “Knots Landing.” He worked on the show until 1989 and appeared on shows like “Good Morning” and “Miss Bliss.” However, his breakthrough came when he landed a leading role in the show “Beverly Hills, 90210.”

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After “Beverly Hills, 90210,” Green bagged a minor role in “Ressurection Blvd” in 2000. He then worked on “Hope & Faith” where he met his future wife Megan Fox. He continued guest-starring on shows like “Freddie,” “The Twilight Zone,” “Las Vegas,” and “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.”

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His career skyrocketed when he joined the cast of “Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles.” At the end of its second season, he was promoted to a regular role in the series before the show got canceled. After that, he made guest appearances on “CSI: Miami” and “Saturday Night Live.”

He then worked in the three-episode arc on “Smallville” and bagged a role in “Desperate Housewives” before making a guest appearance on “Anger Management”. Later, he went on to appear in shows like “Happy Endings” and “Wedding Band.”

In 2010, he won the celebrity portion of the Grand Prix of Long Beach and in 2017, he created a podcast titled “With Brian Austin Green.” The show went on a halt in 2022, with Green signing an exclusive deal with iHeart Radio to start a new podcast “Old-ish.”

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