Since 2019, Star Wars fans have enjoyed a new era of Star Wars that includes their latest offering to the canon: live-action television series. That kicked off with the ever-popular The Mandalorian, and it included the likes of Pedro Pascal, Giancarlo Esposito, Carl Weathers and Gina Carano as major players in the cast.
Carano’s run as the character Cara Dune met an untimely end, though, and recent actions on social media caused the actress to be fired from Lucasfilm in February — more than likely signaling the end of the Cara Dune character altogether.
For those familiar with the show, Cara Dune was the Rebel-turned-lone warrior-turned-marshal who quickly became friends with the Mandalorian and even little Baby Yoda. And after their first encounter saving a village in season 1, she would go on to be a staple of the show, answering Mando’s call whenever he needed the help.
It was rumored that her character would be given her own spinoff — that was of course, prior to her firing from Lucasfilm. But elsewhere, the actress has had a career as both an MMA fighter and an actress in other projects such as Fast & Furious 6 and Deadpool. So, with a short tenure in Star Wars and other projects under her belt, just where does Carano sit when it comes to her net worth? Here’s what we know.
How much is Gina Carano worth?
According to data from Celebrity Net Worth, the actress has a net worth of $4 million. The 39-year-old actress certainly hasn’t reached the net-worth height of Star Wars legends like Mark Hamill or even Harrison Ford, but it is certainly more than your average Joe as well.
That is to say, with her career just about done at Lucasfilm, the future of Gina Carano remains uncertain. There are fans who feel like her firing was justified, and there are other fans who would still like to see Carano brought back into the role. But either way, for now, it looks like Lucasfilm is firm on their decision, and the whole Mandalorian lore could be changing because of her removal.
Carano has at least one project currently in the works from The Daily Wire, so Star Wars certainly doesn’t mark the last we’ve seen of her.