Shane Richie net worth: I'm A Celebrity and EastEnders star has eye-watering fortune

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Shane Richie, 56, is perhaps best known for his role playing Alfie Moon in soap opera EastEnders. He had been on the show for 14 years and left four years ago. The actor is also taking part in this series of I’m A Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here!, with the final being tomorrow night. How has Shane made his fortune?

In 2017, Shane signed with East West Records and brought out his first country album, A Country Soul.

Shane is perhaps best known for his acting role in EastEnders.

He left the show four years ago before appearing in its spin-off RTÉ Drama Redwater in the following year.

He reportedly earned £120,000 for his role as Robin Hood in Woking, a character he’s played for a few years running in different locations around the UK.

How much the actor has been paid for the show is unknown, but some previous contestants have earned more than £500,000 for appearing.

Shane is up against Giovanna Fletcher, Vernon Kay and Jordan North in the bid to be crowned this year’s winner.

From one contestant to another, Jordan North has captured the hearts of the nation with his friendliness and close bond with other contestants.

How much is the radio presenter worth?

Jordan’s net worth is currently not known, but it is estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands which could soon increase once he leaves the popular ITV show.

The radio presenter already has nearly 250,000 followers on Instagram and gets thousands of likes per post.

In comparison, Jacqueline Jossa, best known for her acting role in EastEnders, won last year’s series and is now worth a whopping £1.2million according to website marriedbiography.com.

Just for taking part in the popular ITV show, Jacqueline was reportedly paid an impressive £75,000.



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