Hilary Duff net worth

Hilary Duff net worth is $ 28 million. Beginning her career in 1993, the Disney star has earned over $ 35 million however after deducting taxes and other expenses, the figure comes down to $ 28 million. Born on September 28, 1987, Hilary began her career at a very young age and she was quick to earn a label of a teen idol. Her first Tv series was Lizzie McGuire, which was aired in between 2001 and 2004.

The majority of Hilary’s net worth comes from TV and movies, however, she has also earned significant portion through her music sales. Till date, she has worked on 5 albums, through which the total earning amounts to $ 4 million.

Hilary Duff net worth

LabelsHollywood, Buena Vista, RCA
Weight55 kg
Height1.57 m
Hilary Duff net worth (2016)$ 28 million
Hilary Duff net worth (2017 estimated)$ 29 million

In between 2016 and 2017, the actress is expected to earn $ 1 million via endorsements, acting and from royalties.



Daughter of Susan Colleen, a homemaker and Robert Erhard Duff, a businessman, Hilary grew up in Houston and San Antonio. From a young age, her mother enrolled Hilary and her elder sister to dance and music classes. At first, the sibling participated in theater shows and later even shifted to California for better opportunities. Soon Duff was auditioned many times and even cast in numerous television commercials, along with her sister. However, this directly affected her education due to lack of time. The sister decided to go for homeschooling in order to carry on with their passion.

At first, Hilary did some minor roles in shows like True Women (1997), Playing by Heart (1998) and a couple of other series. Her mainstream success came after she got the title role in Lizzie McGuire, a Disney Channel series. The show was an instant hit with viewer exceeding 2 million each episode. Duff became an overnight success and Disney indeed earned $ 100 million from merchandise sales alone.

Thereafter her career gained momentum and she also ventured into music and writing. She has written books like Elixir (2010), Devoted (2011) and True (2013).