At a very young age, Willa Holland has already made a name for herself, especially on television, for her roles in several notable TV series. She has played Kaitlin Cooper in The O.C, and she has had a recurring role as Agnes Andrews in the TV classic, Gossip Girl. However, most notably, Willa Holland is known for her role as Thea Queen in the CW superhero show, Arrow, where she established her popularity as a young actress and built a significant net worth in the process.
Over the course of a career that has spanned more than a decade and a half, with credits across movies, video games, and TV shows, Willa Holland has achieved an enviable net worth, and in this article, we discuss everything you need to know about her finances, including how much she makes per episode.
Willa Holland’s Net Worth
With more than 15 years as an active and professional actress, Willa Holland has built and achieved a net worth of $5 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. It is a figure that places her high among the actors and actresses in the Arrowverse.
She began her career in show business at the age of seven, after an encounter with famous film director, Steven Spielberg, led her parents to sign her to a modeling agency, Ford Modelling Agency.
As a model under the agency, she featured in a couple of campaigns and commercials for brands like Ralph Lauren, Guess, Gap, and a couple of others.
Her first role as an actress came in 2001 when she played Young Faye in the film, Ordinary Madness. She did not appear in another project until 2005 when she appeared in an episode of The Comeback as Kalla.
In the following year, at the age of 15, Willa Holland’s net worth got a significant boost after she was cast as Kaitlin Cooper in the young adult drama, The O.C. She played Kaitlin across 22 episodes and in the same year. After her time on The O.C. came to an end, she got a recurring role in the show, Gossip Girl, playing Agnes Andrews in five episodes.
In 2012, Willa began to play Thea Queen in the CW superhero action-drama, Arrow. It is her most notable role yet, as she played the character across 132 episodes.
While she has earned a considerable part of her net worth from TV shows, appearances in films have also been a source of the Los-Angeles born actress’ net worth. Since her debut appearance in the movie, Ordinary Madness, she has appeared in a couple of others such as Legion in 2010, Straw Dogs, Tiger Eyes, A Summer in Genoa, Blood in the Water a couple more others.
Will Holland has also achieved her net worth through a thriving career as a video game voice actress. She voiced her first game, Scarface: The World Is Yours in 2006, and has gone on to voice others like Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep, Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 Remix, Kingdom Hearts III, and a couple of others.
She has also made money from appearances in music videos. The actress has appeared in a couple of music videos like Fearless Love by Melissa Etheridge and Keep Me Up All Night by The Glitterati.
How Much She Makes from Movies and TV shows
Having established Willa Holland’s net worth, one may ask, which of the movies and TV shows are the biggest contributors to her wealth?
Unfortunately, when it comes to her salary for several of the shows and movies she has been in, the figures remain undisclosed. However, judging from the salary of her co-stars and the average salary of CW actors, we can presume that Arrow is the most significant contributor to her net worth.
The lead actor on the show, Stephen Amell, who plays Oliver Queen, earns $125,000 per episode. Willa Holland was a supporting actress in the early seasons of the show and compared to other supporting actors and actresses in other CW shows, such as Camila Mendes on Riverdale.
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Willa most likely earned between $40,000 and $50,000 per episode on the show, which would total to $5.2 million to $6 million across 132 episodes if her salary remained unchanged throughout her time on the show.
She is also likely to have earned a similar amount in other long-running roles like Kaitlin Cooper in The O.C.