Image via State Farm

How much does Jake from State Farm make?

Let's just say insurance ads pay very well.

Kevin Miles, aka Jake from State Farm, is a beloved actor well known for being the current face of the insurance company’s advertising since his debut in 2020. The ads have become a pop culture phenomenon, and the story behind them is quite interesting.

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Initially, the first Jake, Jake Stone, was a company employee chosen through an internal casting contest in 2011. Despite Stone’s unexpected popularity, he didn’t pursue an acting career, paving the way for Miles to audition and secure the significant role.

As the beloved figure in insurance ads, Miles’ compensation for the role is of interest. So, for those curious, here’s how much Jake from State Farm makes.

Jake’s salary from his State Farm ads

Jake (Kevin Miles,l) and the first Jake from State Farm are talking to one another.
Image via State Farm

While the exact salary of Kevin Miles, the actor who portrays Jake, has not been disclosed, The Things reports that the man behind Jake from State Farm makes between $200,000 to $500,000 per year for his work with State Farm. This figure includes not only his appearances in commercials but also his work on social media and public events.

His estimated net worth isn’t confirmed at this point, though if you search through the internet for even a ballpark figure, you’ll see amounts ranging from $500,000 to upwards of $7 million.

It’s important to note that the salary for appearing as Jake from State Farm is not solely based on his popularity or the success of his commercials. State Farm is a massive insurance company with a vast advertising budget, and they carefully select their spokespeople based on their ability to connect with consumers and represent the brand in a positive light.

Where else has ‘Jake from State Farm’ been working?

Kevin Miles, is talking to another character in a 2016 Buzzfeed short film.
Screengrab via YouTube

In addition to his work with State Farm, Kevin Miles has also appeared in other commercials, Buzzfeed shorts, and TV shows, which have likely added to his income. He has also been featured in ads for companies such as McDonald’s and Nike and has made guest appearances on popular TV shows like Black-ish and The Goldbergs.

It’s clear that Jake from State Farm has become a cultural icon, and his popularity has only grown in recent years. His pleasant and relatable persona has helped him connect with audiences of all ages, even inspiring Halloween costumes and a line of merchandise.

In conclusion, while we may not know the exact salary of Jake from State Farm, it’s safe to say that he is making a comfortable living from his work with State Farm and other companies. As long as State Farm continues to value his contributions and consumers continue to love his character, we can expect to see plenty more of Jake in the years to come.


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