What is Tori Spelling’s net worth?

Tori Spelling has been around long enough for her name to spark recognition in most people over 20. 

She’s starred in dozens of film and television shows across several decades in Hollywood, starting with her first televised appearance in 1981. In the years since, she’s become a household name among fans of made-for-television films, starring in more than a dozen of them between 1989 and 2016. 

Spelling is perhaps better known for her televised roles. She portrayed Donna Martin in Fox’s Beverly Hills, 90210 and stayed in the role for a full decade between 1990 and 2000, even returning for the show’s recent spin-off in 2019. 

On top of her busy acting schedule, Spelling has also found time to pen six separate books over the years. The first of these, cleverly titled Stori Telling, was released in 2008. She’s released a fresh book or two nearly every year for several years following, with her most recent one hitting shelves in 2013. 

Between these ventures and more, most would assume that Spelling has made a comfortable life for herself. A brief scandal in 2016, however, revealed that she and her husband Dean McDermott owed American Express tens of thousands of dollars in unpaid credit card bills. The question of her financial situation is enticing her fans, as they wonder whether Spelling and her husband have recovered from their financial hiccup.

Tori Spelling’s net worth

While she’s not worth nearly as much as stars like Billie Eilish or Denzel Washington, Spelling is far from poverty. She seems to have recovered well from her 2016 financial issues, if Celebrity Net Worth’s estimate is anything to go off of. The site reports that Spelling has a net worth of around $1.5 million despite a number of monetary issues over the years.

Back in 2013, the site reported that Spelling admitted to being “broke.” She and her husband were embroiled in numerous legal proceedings, all of them financially motivated, and Spelling was reportedly forced to rely on her mother for monetary assistance. A series of bad financial decisions apparently led to her and McDermott’s fiscal complications, but the duo seems to have recovered somewhat in the years since.