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How Rich Is Rylan Clark? Net Worth, Salary, Career

Rylan Clark

Rylan Clark is thought to be the prime contender to host the forthcoming revival of Big Brother. The popular reality program, which was dropped by Channel 5 some years ago, is set to return on ITV2 in fall 2023, with Rylan in the running to host. Big Brother debuted on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom in 2000 and lasted 11 seasons until being taken up by Channel 5 in 2010. Rylan, who won Celebrity Big Brother in 2013, is a popular favorite to return to the program, which he already credits with improving his life.

Rylan Clark’s Net worth and professional path

Clark, who was born on October 25, 1988, in East London, has various sources of income and an increasing fortune. As of 2022, his net worth is expected to be approximately $6 million. He has been a part-time model since the age of sixteen and was a runner-up on Signed by Katie Price. The following year, Clark made it to the televised rounds of The X Factor’s ninth season. His net worth increased as his fame soared.

He appeared on Celebrity Big Brother in 2013 and won. Following that, he presented This Morning’s Hub, Big Brother’s Bit on the Side, and appeared on other series as a guest. In 2015, Rylan Clark participated in Celebrity MasterChef.

Rylan Clark

Clark’s Private Life

Rylan formerly married Dan Neal, however, the pair split after six years of marriage in 2021.

He stated:

“I had a profession and a family, but then I didn’t… I feel like I’ve gone back 10 years, yet I’m ten years farther forward. I’m in a totally different place now than I was back then, both financially and professionally. I simply need to relearn how to trust. I was in a ten-year relationship, and learning things [****] you up. I’m not sure how long I’ll be [expletive] awake.”

Rylan Clark

Since his divorce from Dan, he hasn’t publicly acknowledged any new partnerships, and he recently claimed that he went on a solo trip, hinting that the actor is presently single. Since winning Celebrity Big Brother in 2013, Rylan has created an enviable TV career, anchoring programs such as It Takes Two, Supermarket Sweep, and Ready Steady Cook, as well as a Saturday afternoon show on Radio 2.