Josh Peck Net Worth 2024

What Is The Net Worth of Josh Peck?

Josh Peck Net Worth: Josh Peck is a TV identity, Hollywood actor and a Youtube Personality. The multi-talented performer has acquired his fortune right from his childhood, performing at stand-up comedy clubs, TV shows, Movies, Media platforms, and endorsements.

Today, Josh Peck’s net worth is estimated to be close to $9 million dollars.

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Josh Peck Net Worth:

$9 Million

Net Worth: $9 Million
Full Name: Joshua Michael Peck
Date of Birth: 10 November 1986
Age, How Old: 34 Years Old
Nationality: American
Place of Birth: Hell’s Kitchen, New York,
United States
How Tall, Height: 6ft (1.83 m)
Occupation(s): Youtuber, Comedian,
Actor, Director
Last Updated: 2020

Josh Peck’s Youtube Channel has over 3 million subscribers and has averaged over 11 million monthly with over 300k daily views so far. This could generate him an average sum of around $700 daily and $27,000 monthly in ad income alone.

Maybe he’s generating more than the estimated total earnings, because of Youtube premium, where a Youtuber can earn more for watch time by the viewer.

And of course, there may be more brand endorsements that deliver him close to half a million yearly. But remember this is just a revenue stream from his Youtube channel only, while he has several others as well.


Now the social influencer has quite a massive hold on other social channels as well.

He has a bank of followers who follows him on Instagram (@shuapeck) 8.4m followers, Twitter (@ItsJoshPeck) 2.57m and Facebook (@joshpeckofficial) with over 5m likes.

His fans have always an update on him, as he keeps engaging with adding new posts.

As of 2024, Josh Peck’s net worth is an estimated $9 million dollars.

Who Is Josh Peck?

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Subsequent to appearing at TADA! children’s musical theatre based in New York, he found enthusiasm for performing as a comedian and made it to the venue of New York-based comedy club called the Carolines on Broadway, for Audrey Hepburn foundation.

In 1996, as a 10-year-old, he performed for the daytime TV talk show ‘The Rosie O’Donnell Show’ and his following executions brought him a job role on ‘The Amanda Show.’

The 13-year-old Peck accepted the prime offer to be aired in Nickelodeon TV, eventually, he moved to Los Angeles, and performed for his sitcom career.

In 2000, he made his big-screen acting debut for the adventure comedy film ‘Snow Day’, playing the character “Wayne Alworth,”  directed under Chris Koch.

While he kept his guest appearances in few other shows, he completed The Amanda Show until the end of its 2002 run.

In any case, in 2004, he began airing as “Josh Nichols,” for Nickelodeon’s another sitcom, Drake & Josh, alongside Drake Bell.

How much did Drake and Josh make per episode?

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Drake and Josh featured in 87 episodes, and duo grabbed $20,000 for each episode that performed in ‘Drake & Josh‘.

Pecks funny character in the sitcom gained recognition and he proceeded to win an honor as the “Favorite Television Actor” for the ‘Nickelodeon Kid’s Choice Awards’.

In 2006, Blue Sky Studios offered him his first opportunity to voice “Eddie” as an animated character in the ‘Ice Age’ franchise, which he continued for all the spin-offs.

He additionally proceeded to star for films like;  2008’s ‘The Wackness‘ as “Luke Shapiro,” 2009’s — ‘Wild About Harry’ as “Spoke White,” and in ‘Safety Glass‘ as “Jim Lement.”

Upgrading his performance by age, he was pictured in 2012’s American war film ‘Red Dawn’, starring alongside Chris Hemsworth, directed by Dan Bradley.

In 2013, Peck voiced “Casey Jones” in Nickelodeon’s ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles‘ and was honored with “Behind the Voice Actors Award” in 2017 for the same.

In 2015, he won the hearts of many by taking up as a lead character in the ‘Grandfathered’ comedy series.

He was once again reviewed favorable for TV and made it to the 2016’s People’s Choice nomination for ‘Favorite Actor in a New TV Series’. However, after its initial season, the show did not progress.

Proceeding with his TV endeavors, since 2016, Josh Peck is making it work as a Youtube personality, by debuting his first video for the channel on July 19, 2017.

Personal Life

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Raised by a single mom and grandma, he grew up in conventional Jewish traditions. In regards to his career choices and plans to drop out of school, his mother has always been on his side.

He respects and credits his mother for the success he enjoys today. Since he has been executing as a youngster at theaters and comedy clubs, his acting fell into place without an issue for him.

With his assurance and ability, he has consistently been considered to perform in the TV and film industry.

He was known to be romantically involved with his co-star, Allison Scagliotti, who played his better half on the sets of ‘Drake & Josh,’ and continued dating.


Be that, the couple left numerous fans disappointed by separating and Peck married film editor Paige O’Brien. The couple wedded in a gorgeous ceremony held in Malibu on June 17, 2017.

Peck continues to hold his commitment towards his wife with welcoming their first son named Max Milo Peck.

As a child, he played ice hockey and keeps himself fit and adorable by hitting the gym on a consistent basis. Additionally, he is a deep listener of soulful music and enjoys playing piano as well.

In his childhood he did not venture out too much as he suffered asthma, so he kept himself indoors watching his favorite sitcoms.

To conclude, Josh Peck’s net worth is estimated at $9 million dollars in 2024.

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Quotes from Josh Peck

“Real artists take the misery and sadness of life and translate it into art.”

— Josh Peck

“When you’re an actor or any kind of artist, you use your life as something to draw from in every experience.”

— Josh Peck

“To me, there’s nothing greater than making people laugh.”

— Josh Peck

“I do work too hard sometimes, but my mom is such an inspiration. She tells me to ‘chill out’ and not take things so seriously. She will say: ‘Go and have a massage.'”

— Josh Peck