We’ve been inundated with hundreds of reality television shows since the early 2000s. These shows, which are often cheap to produce and easy to market have been a boon to budget conscious networks. But what about the players? How much do they make? What does their bottom line look like once the show has wrapped?
I’m excited to sit down with Jeffrey Marx. Jeffrey was a contestant on the short lived ABC reality TV show The Glass House. He works in reality casting now and has lots of great insights on the financial lives of reality stars. You’ll never look at "Duck Dynasty" the same way again.