The Adult Swim show Rick and Morty has created a buzz in pop culture with its outlandish adventures and hidden truths. The show was created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland. Fans were in high anticipation for the fourth season that aired November 2019 after waiting almost two years.
The adventures of narcissistic super-genius Rick Sanchez and his kindhearted grandson Morty Smith have become one of the top animated sitcoms on television. Hot Topic is swarmed with merchandise and there are countless memes on Twitter about the dynamic duo. With rising popularity, the cast of the show has some familiar faces. And now, we've got their net worths to share with fans all around.
10 Cassie Steele: 1.5 Million
Cassie Steele plays a supporting role as Tammy Guetermann, a young high schooler who is in the same crew as Summer Smith. Steele was a part of the Canadian teen drama series Degrassi: The Next Generation as Manny Santos. You might even recall Drake being a member of the cast at some point.
Born and bred in Canada, Steele was also in L.A Complex about a young girl figuring out life after moving to L.A from Canada. Steele played the show's protagonist Abby Vargas. She will soon voice for the upcoming animated Disney film Raya and The Last Dragon.
9 Keith David: 3 Million
Keith David has a vice that is highly distinguishable in any role he plays. David plays the Mr.President in Rick and Morty for two episodes, "Get Schwifty" and "The Rickchurion Mortydate".
David stands at a net worth of three million with his roles in voice acting and appearing in many cult classic films. He played General Kimsey in the film Armageddon with Bruce Willis. He also appeared as Abu "Imam" al-Walid in Pitch Black and The Chronicles of Riddick. David also has a list of accolades for voice acting including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, Princess and The Frog, AdvenureTime and The Flash.
8 Christina Hendricks: 10 Million
Playing the one episode role of Unity in Rick and Morty, Christina Hendrick has a list of works behind her name. Hendricks has a net worth of 10 million with one of her most notable role as Joan Holloway in AMC's Mad Men. While in Mad Men, she also made film appearances in Nicolas Winding Refn's thriller Drive and Lost River by Ryan Gosling.
Hendrick is currently starring in two television series as the starring role. She plays Elizabeth "Beth" Boland in NBC's Good Girls and Elizabeth Bradshaw in the crime drama Tin Star.
7 Kari Wahlgren: 5 Million
Kari Wahlgren is an American voice actress with on-screen works that you might be familiar with. She voices the character of Jessica in Rick and Morty. The older popular girl at school who Morty is helplessly in love with. Wahlgren has lent her voice to animated series such as Phineas and Ferb, The Fairly Odd Parents, Ben 10 and Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz.
Besides film and tv shows, she has also done voice acting for video games. Wahlgren was the lead voice in Final Fantasy XII as Ashe and as Shelke in Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII.
6 Chris Parnell: 3 Million
There's not an episode that goes by where Jerry Smith isn't getting scolded by his family and made to feel inferior. Jerry is played by actor, comedian and voice actor Chris Parnell. Parnell is currently at a net worth of three million.
From 1989 to 2006, Parnell was a cast member of Saturday Night Live. In the television series created by Tina Fey, 30 Rock, Parnell played Dr. Leo Spacemen. As a voice actor, he also currently voices Cyril Figgis on FX's animated show, Archer. If you pay attention to the Progressive commercials you can hear Parnell as The Progressive Box.
5 Tom Kenny: 16 Million
Tom Kenny is one of the most popular and notable voice actors in entertainment. He has been the voice actor for the famous sponge under the sea that you remember watching in your pajamas as a kid. Kenny has been voicing SpongeBob SquarePants since the character's debut in 1999 and has played the voice in the films and video games. He voices Squanchy in Rick and Morty.
Besides SpongeBob, Kenny has voiced the characters of many childhood classics that aired on Cartoon Network. He was The Narrator and Mayor in The PowerPuff Girls and Carl Chryniszzswics in Johnny Bravo. Who can forget the conjoined bodies of CatDog, where Kenny voiced Dog.
4 Spencer Grammer: 1 Million
Summer Smith, in Rick and Morty,is like any teenage girl going through high school trying to be popular and is attached to her phone. Spencer Grammer has a net worth of one million and voices the often bored teen, Summer Smith. In 2007, she played Cassey Cartwright in the comedy-drama Greek on ABC. Her character tries to navigate college life embedded in the world of fraternities and sororities in an Ohio college.
Alongside Blair Underwood in 2013, she starred as the female lead Holly in the short-lived series Ironside.
3 Sarah Chalke: 14 Million
The successful, wine-loving yet distraught horse surgeon, Beth Smith is voiced by no other than Sarah Chalke. Chalke was on the hit ABC/NBC comedy show Scrubs as Elliot Reid. The medical comedy-drama ran from 2001 until 2010. Chalke also played Andrea in the 1988 show Roseanne for three episodes and reprised her role in 2018 The Conners.
You would also remember Chalke as playing one of the love interests of Ted Mosby on How I Met Your Mother as Stella Zinman. For four episodes she played Merrill Morgan in the Netflix original Friends From College.
2 Dan Harmon: 5 Million
Dan Harmon is one of the creators behind Rick and Morty along with Justin Roiland. Harmon is an American writer, producer and actor. Harmon and Roiland developed the series during a year-long break from his show Community. In Rick and Morty, he voiced the character Birdman and various side characters.
Harmon also hosts weekly podcasts titled Harmontown and is the author of You'll Be Perfect When You're Dead. It was announced that Harmon along with Evan Katz would do a remake of the 1959 novel The Sirens of Titan into a television show.
1 Justin Roiland: 4 Million
Justin Roiland stands at a net worth of 4 million and is the co-creator, co-writer and executive producer of Rick and Morty. Roiland voices the shows two main roles, Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith. Rick Sanchez is a narcissistic mad scientist who is often drunk and has vomit residue on his chin. Fans were shocked to find out that Roiland gets drunk in order to accurately voice the character.
Back in 2007, Roiland was "Blonde Craig" on The Sarah Silverman Program. He is also the founder of his own video game studio, Squanch Games. Justin Roiland's Solo Vanity Card Productions! is also an animation studio founded by Roiland.