Harry Jowsey's Net Worth Is Staggering — but it Didn't Come From Netflix

Harry Jowsey has appeared on multiple Netflix reality shows — but that's not where his money comes from.

Sara Belcher - Author

Jun. 26 2024, Published 2:00 a.m. ET

Reality star Harry Jowsey is a familiar face for anyone who frequents dating shows on Netflix. The on-screen personality first appeared on Too Hot To Handle in its debut season, leaving the season in a relationship with fellow contestant Francesca Farago. The pair had a tumultuous public relationship, briefly getting engaged before calling it off for good — and ever since, he's continued to hop from reality program to reality program.

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Obviously the on-screen life seems to be a good source of income for Harry, as he seems to live a pretty lucrative life from the looks of his social media accounts. He's appeared as a contestant on Too Hot to Handle, Match Me If You Can, The Amazing Race Australia, Dancing With the Stars, and Season 2 of Perfect Match. But what's Harry's net worth really like? Let's break down his income.

Harry Jowsey on Perfect Match
Source: Netflix
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What is Harry Jowsey's net worth?

Unfortunately, an exact net worth isn't available for Harry, but it's safe to say that much of his income likely isn't coming from the various competition shows he's been on. For Too Hot to Handle, the cast wasn't paid for their participation, instead splitting the total prize money gifted to them at the end of the season. Though Harry was a winner, he had to split the $75,000 cash prize with nine other people, only taking home $7,500.

As he and his partner, Teddy Briggs, didn't win Amazing Race Australia (or win any of the legs of the competition), they didn't take home a cash prize, leaving him without earnings from this show. Similarly, Perfect Match doesn't award its contestants any monetary prizes for competing, though participants may receive an unconfirmed weekly stipend for their participation.

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Dancing With the Stars, however, pays its contestants well. For the two weeks of training leading up to the season premiere, contestants are each paid $125,000, which can go up depending on how long they last in the competition. Considering Harry placed sixth in his season, he likely took home a good chunk of change for his appearance.

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But despite not being able to rake in millions from his various on-screen appearances, it's likely Harry has multiple streams of revenue, between various brand sponsorships and his two podcasts. He's also admitted to making more than $100,000 in 24 hours from his OnlyFans, though this is not his overall income from the site.

Harry Jowsey is used to living a lavish lifestyle, and is reportedly an angel investor.

Despite not knowing his exact net worth, it's clear that Harry is doing well for himself. According to his bio on Amazing Race Australia, the reality star is "an official angel investor," offering money to startups to get the business off the ground.

"[Harry] now has his sights on investing in more than 10 companies with 10+ million dollars in seed capital," his bio reads. The star also "only travel by charter plane, first or business class," suggesting he's used to having wealth.

Where this wealth is coming from and how much of it he had before becoming an on-screen personality isn't entirely clear, but if everything he claims is true, then Harry is likely worth a lot of money — or has the connections to become an angel investor.

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