Jon Hamm’s net worth is huge despite giving up 60% of ‘Confess, Fletch’ salary

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Jon Hamm Admit it, Fletch is a passion project for the film’s star and director Greg Mottola, and both apparently gave up a portion of their salaries to fund the film’s production. Here’s a look at Fool net worth of the star.

Greg recently sat down with Uproxx and talked at length about his upcoming crime comedy. During the interview, he revealed that his leading man, Jon, gave up 60% of his salary to finance the last few days of shooting their movie.

The director revealed that he also parted with part of his salary, joking: “I gave back part of my salary, not as much as Jon because he’s richer than me and I have three kids.”

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Inside Jon Hamm’s Huge Net Worth

Celebrity Net Worth reveals that Jon has an estimated net worth of $45 million.

The outlet also reports that the 51-year-old actor, who became a worldwide star with his role Fool, charges approximately $275,000 per episode. Like most other actors, Jon amassed most of his fortune in show business.

A native of St Louis, Missouri, he had a rough childhood, his parents divorced when he was just two years old and his mother died when he was only 10. Jon started playing in first grade and continued through high school. Unfortunately, he also lost his father after graduating from high school.

During his time at the University of Missouri, Jon booked roles in plays A Midsummer Night’s Dream and Murderers. However, unlike many other actors, he did not drop out. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English.

The aspiring actor soon moved to Los Angeles to start his career in show business. Appeared on NBC Providence as a guest and earned a 19-episode recurring role thanks to his impressive skills and charming looks.

Some of Jon’s most iconic roles came Division (2002–2004), What about Brian? (2006–2007), Fool (2007–2015), Children’s Hospital (2010–2016), The Amazing Gayle Pile (2016-2018) and most recently, Top Gun: Maverick (2022).

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Actor Gives Up 60% of Salary to Pay for ‘Confess, Fletchi’

When asked how Admit it, Fletch had zero marketing, director Greg recounted the journey of making the film.

“The project basically started with Jon Hamm coming to me and telling me that Miramax had the rights to all but the first book,” the director revealed.

Greg explained the film’s financial arrangements, claiming that Miramax could only finance 27 days of shooting.

“It was the amount of money that would have meant 27 days of filming, which seemed particularly challenging,” Greg said.

The director and Jon sought financiers but were turned down. “So we were looking for partners for the film and they all came through. Everyone was like, ‘I don’t know that this kind of comedy works these days. They were just like, “Who is Fletch? I don’t think anyone cares anymore.'”

Greg explains how it all led to Jon deciding to give up 60% of his salary to fund the entire shoot.

“And we bought three more days of filming. We got it up to 30 days in Boston and one day in Rome. And we said, damn, we’re crazy, we’re stupid. We’re going to make this movie. And then Miramax really supported us creatively. They didn’t fight us on the people we wanted to cast,” he said.

‘Confess, Fletch’ Release Date and Cast

Admit it, Fletch due out on November 18, 2022.

The crime comedy stars Jon Hamm and also includes That time in Hollywood‘s Lorenzo Izzo, Anna Osceola and Ayden Mayeri among others.

Code Black Marcia star Gay Harden and Jon’s Mad Men actor John Slattery are also part of the cast.

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