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Richard Harmon’s Net Worth: How Much Is the Fakes Cast Worth in 2022?

Sep 6, 2022 @ 4:56 EDT
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Richard Harmon’s Net Worth: How Much Is the Fakes Cast Worth in 2022?

Richard Harmon, one of the cast members of Netflix's Fakes, has an estimated net worth of $3 million in 2022. Mostly known for his roles in The 100 and The Killing, Richard has appeared in numerous TV shows and movies. Additionally, he has gathered huge popularity after the release of Fakes, thus, his net worth seems to increase very soon.

Teenagers on television are usually involved in illegal drug use, excessive drinking, underage s*x, or any combination of the three. But this fixation gives rise to amusing ideas, such as the story of two teenagers who almost unintentionally start one of the biggest false ID businesses in North America. A brand-new teen comedy from Canada is based on that idea.

One of Netflix's most recent offerings, Fakes, has immediately sparked an obsession among viewers. The show centers on best friends, Zoe Christensen (Emilija Baranac) and Rebecca "Becca" Li (Jennifer Tong), as they sort of unintentionally start a business selling fake identification cards to students in their community and at their school. They swiftly amass a ton of wealth, but they also become involved in a lot of drama that they really don't want to be a part of, including a mafia boss figure who learns about their scheme and wants a piece of the action.

One of the characters who the two teenagers seem to get into trouble with is Tryst. Played by Richard Harmon, the Tryst actor has been one of the subjects of discussions to many. As we've previously already discussed his sexuality and relationship status, let's know about his net worth in 2022.

Richard Harmon’s Net Worth in 2022: The Fakes Cast Is Worth a Whopping $3 Million!

Richard Harmon (@richardsharmon) has an estimated net worth of $3 million in 2022. The Fakes cast has been rapidly gaining popularity over the years, hence, it is certain that his property is soon to rise.

Mostly known for his role as John Murphy in The CW’s The 100, Harmon is also known for his roles as Jasper Ames in The Killing and Julian Randol on Continuum. Aside from the film, he is a major admirer of American football, particularly the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Additionally, he enjoys Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, and the tv show SpongeBob SquarePants.

Richard Harmon was born in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada on August 18, 1991. His parents are filmmaker Allan Harmon of Scarborough, Ontario, and producer Cynde Harmon; his sister is actress Jessica Harmon. He made his acting debut in the 2002 television series Jeremiah.

He played Ray in the 2010 television series Tower Prep, Jasper Ames in the 2011–2012 television series The Killing, and Richard Sylmore in the 2013–2014 television series Bates Motel. From 2012 through 2015, Harmon played Julian on the television show Continuum.

In 2016, he appeared in the TV series Van Helsing. He has also appeared in a number of movies, such as Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Dear Mr. Gacy, Evangeline, The Age of Adaline, Crypto, and I Still See You.

Fans of The 100 tuned in to see Richard Harmon bring John Murphy to life from 2014 until 2020. The 100's producers pushed Harmon to the show's main cast after initially casting him in a recurring part and seeing how good he is onstage.

Having played in a number of movies and TV series, it's clear how his net worth is a whopping $3 million in 2022. However, it does not stop there. He still has many years in the acting industry to add to his assets.

Also, Richard Harmon's role as Tryst in Netflix's Fakes has gathered more popularity for him which eventually might help him to increase his net worth. Considering the fact that the show has more seasons to come and Richard himself has so much to offer to the acting industry, no doubt, his net worth is soon to rise.

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