Jason Bateman net worth: How much is the Ozark star worth?

Ozark. Jason Bateman as Martin 'Marty' Byrde in episode 402 of Ozark. Cr. Steve Dietl/Netflix © 2021
Ozark. Jason Bateman as Martin 'Marty' Byrde in episode 402 of Ozark. Cr. Steve Dietl/Netflix © 2021 /

The first seven episodes of the fourth and final season of Ozark were released on Jan. 21, and many couldn’t wait to sit down to binge-watch the crime drama series. The show stars Jason Bateman and Laura Linney as Marty and Wendy Bryde, our favorite money-laundering couple.

But as we approach the end of the characters’ journeys some are wondering what Jason Bateman’s, who plays the sleek financial advisor on the show, net worth is in real life.

So if you’ve also been wondering how much money the Marty actor has in the bank and how much he earned from being on the Netflix show, you’re in the right place.

Without further ado here’s what Ozark star Jason Bateman is worth as of 2022, and how he earned his vast fortune.

Jason Bateman net worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the 53-year-old television and film actor sits on an impressive $30 million fortune. From starring on Ozark alone he reportedly earned himself a nice estimated sum of $12 million. Yahoo! Finance revealed that the actor earned “up to $300,000 per episode” for Ozark.

Bateman has been working in the entertainment industry since the early ’80s when the multi-talented actor got his start in a recurring role in the seventh and eighth seasons of Little House on the Prairie as James Cooper Ingalls at the young age of 12.

According to IMDb, the actor — who is probably best known for his role as Michael Bluth on the television sitcom Arrested Development and for comedies like Couples Retreat (2009), Horrible Bosses (2011) and Game Night (2018) — has 93 acting credits to his name.

During his long acting career, he’s also branched out into directing and producing, so we have no doubt he’s earned himself a pretty penny from those ventures, too. In 2020, Bateman won an Emmy for directing the Ozark episode titled “Reparations.”

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