Vanderpump Rules stars' worths REVEALED as new season kicks off

LISA Vanderpump rakes in half a million dollars a season for her Bravo show, Vanderpump Rules.

But it's not just the restauranteur who is making a fortune from the reality television show, as the cast who work in her restaurants are now banking big bucks for their appearances.

They started as servers, but for Stassi Schroeder, Jax Taylor, Tom Sandoval and Lala Kent, the show – which just kicked off their 8th season – has been particularly lucrative.

Although they can't match Vanderpump's net worth of an estimated $75 million, Jax Taylor has boosted his own bank balance to the tune of $400,000.

The 40-year-old bachelor-no-more reportedly earns $25,000 per episode and tops up his earnings with paid appearances and sponsored social media posts.

In 2016, he told Complex, "If I’m smart about it, and if I live reasonably, I’ll be good for the rest of my life."

He took a hit last May, according to E!, when Taylor was hit with a $80,424 tax lien.

Meanwhile, Stassi Schroeder has boosted her personal net worth to an estimated is at $300,000.

She reportedly rakes in about $15,000 per episode of Vanderpump Rules.

Relative show newbie Lala Kent is rapidly catching up with her co-stars' net worth.

In addition to starring on VPR, Kent has found roles in movies such as as The Row and the upcoming Axis Sally with Al Pacino. She also has her own beauty brand, the aptly-named Give Them Lala Beauty.

She is reportedly worth $2 million, and has recently renovated her Los Angeles home which she shares with fiance Randall Emmett.

He's thought to have a net worth of $16 million.

Scheana Marie, meanwhile, has boosted her wealth to to a total of $150,000.

The 34-year-old personality first made headlines when she had an affair with actor Eddie Cibrian, the now ex-husband of RHOBH star Brandi Glanville.

Some of her fortune comes from her divorce from Mike Shay in 2017, reportedly receiving $50,000.

Marie apparently made $63,000 for season 3 of VPR.

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