Quick Facts of

  • First NameIain
  • Last NameArmitage
  • Date of Birth09 August, 2022
  • Net Worth$ 4 million
  • CareerChild Actor
  • Age13 Years
  • Height1.74m
  • MotherLee Armitage
  • FatherEuan Morton

What Is Iain Armitage’s Net Worth?

Iain Armitage is an American child actor and theater critic who is famous for his starring role Ziggy Chapman in Big Little Lies. Further, he is also famous for his role of young Sheldon Copper in Young Sheldon which is a spin-off of the popular show The Big Bang Theory. 

Iain began his acting career in 2014, and since then he has been appearing in numerous television series and movies. Iain Armitage has an estimated net worth of $4 million which he earned from his acting career. 

Iain Armitage’s Net Worth: Income Sources, Social Media, & Earnings  

Iain at the age of 13 is already a millionaire and has a net worth of $4 miilion which is similar to actors like David Nehdar, Rico Rodriguez, and Debbe Dunning. According to the source, the average salary of an actor/actress is around $50,325 with a median bonus of $1,032.

Television

He began his acting career in 2014, where he appeared on Impractical Jokers episode “Look Out Below”. Later, in 2016, he appeared as Gest judge on a television series Little Big Shots. Further, he also appeared on American crime drama television series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Theo Lachere.

Since 2017, he has been playing his role in both Big Little Lies and Young Sheldon. According to the source, the average salary of a child actor is around $65,000 to $75,000, while the highest paid television actors from Big Bang Theory’s Jim Parsons and Johnny Galecki make around $900,000 per episode, around $20 million for the series.

Movie

Iain’s debut movie was in 2017 on The Glass Castle as Brian Walls. In the same year, he appeared on two more movies Our Soils at Night as Jamie Moore and I’m Not Here as Stevie. At the moment, he is filming and giving his voice for Young Shaggy Rogers for 2020 movie Scoob. 

Social Media

As a child actor, Iain is very popular on social media platforms like Instagram and Facebook. As of 2019, he has around 282k followers on his Instagram account. Iain also makes a good amount of money from his Instagram, where he earns around $842.25 to $1,403.75 per post. 

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Besides Instagram, he runs his own YouTube channel “Iaian Loves Theatre” which was created on April 15, 2006. Until now, he has around 11k subscribers from which he makes around $4 to $62 per month and $47 to $749 yearly. 

Earnings

Most of Iain’s earnings are made by playing his role as Sheldon Cooper in an American comedy television series Young Sheldon. According to some online source, Iain earned $30,000 per episode in the first season.

After playing his role in 22 episodes, he earned $660,000. Now the show is in its second season, and according to the contract, his salary was raised to $31,200 per episode.

Iain Armitage’s Assets, Expenses, Charity, Tax & Insurance

Iain Armitage is still small to own his own house. He might buy one when he grows up, however, at the moment he is living at his parents’ house and he is still too young to have his own cars.

Talking about his other assets, in 2018, he won Young Artist Awards for Best Performance in a TV Series- Leading Young Actor.

Iain Armitage
Source: YouTube

He is also involved in charities. 

Tax & Insurance

Talking about tax and Insurance, most of the payments are handled by his parents. Furthermore, as of 2019, the Child Tax Credit was increased to $2,000 per qualifying child and will be refundable up to $1,400.

Iain Armitage’s Personal Life: Age, Parents, Dad

Iain was born on July 15, 2008, in Georgia. At the moment, he resides in Arlington, Virginia, to parents Euan Morton and Lee Armitage. His dad is a Scottish actor and mother is a theater producer.  

Furthermore, he is the grandson of former United States Deputy Secretary of State Richard Lee Armitage. Iain aged 13, is busy with his career and education. 

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