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What happened to the stars of ER and who's richest today?

Lovemoney Logo By Danielle McAdam of Lovemoney | Slide 1 of 31: Created by author and filmmaker Michael Crichton, most famous for penning Jurassic Park, smash hit medical drama ER was one of the longest-running prime time TV shows of all time. It aired for 15 seasons and 331 episodes between 1994 and 2009, scooping up a stunning 23 Emmys throughout its mammoth run. ER was also one of the most expensive to produce. In its heyday it cost $13 million (£9.7m) per episode, an eye-watering $22.9 million (£17.1m) when inflation-adjusted into today's money. The staggering cost was mostly due to the leading stars' juicy paycheques.  The show undoubtedly launched many of its cast to fame and fortune. From Anthony Edwards to George Clooney, read on to discover which star of ER is the wealthiest today. All dollar amounts in US dollars.

ER cast members ranked by their fortunes

Created by author and filmmaker Michael Crichton, most famous for penning Jurassic Park, smash hit medical drama ER was one of the longest-running prime time TV shows of all time. It aired for 15 seasons and 331 episodes between 1994 and 2009, scooping up a stunning 23 Emmys throughout its mammoth run.

ER was also one of the most expensive to produce. In its heyday it cost $13 million (£9.7m) per episode, an eye-watering $22.9 million (£17.1m) when inflation-adjusted into today's money. The staggering cost was mostly due to the leading stars' juicy paycheques. 

The show undoubtedly launched many of its cast to fame and fortune. From Anthony Edwards to George Clooney, read on to discover which star of ER is the wealthiest today. All dollar amounts in US dollars.

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