4. Jerry Seinfeld’s Most Expensive Celebrity Mansions
Though he’s only been involved in a few projects outside of his eponymous television show and stand-up career,
Jerry Seinfeld is one of the most successful entertainers of all time. In the final season of Seinfeld, he was the highest-paid actor of all time, netting 1.5 million per episode.
He even turned down a 10-season contract in which he would have been compensated 5 million dollars in each episode despite losing this opportunity.
Seinfeld is by far the richest actor in the world, with a net worth of roughly 1 billion dollars. He and his wife, Jessica.
Bought their current Hamptons home from music legend Billy Joel for 32 million dollars on top of a $17,000 coffeemaker.
The house includes a large manor house with its own pool and garden, as well as a three-bedroom guest house, a main pool, a barn, and even a baseball diamond.
That Seinfeld, the New York Mets fan, had installed shortly after moving in. All this is in addition to Seinfeld’s incredible car collection, which includes over a hundred and fifty cars that he keeps in a custom-built 1.4 million dollar garage on Manhattan’s Upper West Side.