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The Richest 'Modern Family' Cast Members Ranked From Lowest to Highest (& the Wealthiest Has a Net Worth of $180 Million!)

Isn’t it hard to believe that Modern Family first premiered 13 years ago?!

From it’s premiere in September 2009, the hit ABC comedy series won countless awards including 22 Primetime Emmy Awards, five Screen Actors Guild Awards, and has been ranked as one of the Best Shows of All Time by TV Guide.

After 11 seasons, Modern Family came to an end in 2020.

The cast of the hit show has gone on to achieve incredible things in their own careers, and have amassed an impressive amount of money.

We’ve gathered all of the main cast members of Modern Family, and ranked them from lowest to highest estimated net worth.

Click through the slideshow to find out who the richest Modern Family cast member is…

There's an Update on That 'Modern Family' Mitch & Cam Spinoff

After Modern Family wrapped in 2020, there were rumors of a possible spinoff show featuring Mitch (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Cam (Eric Stonestreet), and their new life in Missouri.

During his appearance on Watch What Happens Live!, Jesse was asked if it was moving forward.

Click inside to read his response…More Here! »

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson Weighs In About The 'Modern Family' Spinoff For Mitch & Cam

Jesse Tyler Ferguson is opening up about that potential Modern Family spinoff that’s been rumored to be happening.

During his appearance on Daily Pop, the new dad dished on what he’s heard about the potential project.

“Nothing is official,” he shared. “I have not been asked to do anything yet, so you know, it’s being talked about, but I haven’t heard anything official.”

The spinoff was rumored to be an off shoot of the original series and would focus on Cameron (Ferguson) and Mitch (Eric Stonestreet), as they started a new life back in Mitch’s home state of Missouri.

When the series ended last year, fans saw the two sell their brand new house and move across country as Mitch accepted a new position as head coach of a football team at a university.

If you missed it, a little known secret about the show was just revealed!

'Modern Family' Set to Stream on Hulu & Peacock

Modern Family is making its streaming debut!

THR announced on Tuesday (January 26) that the hit comedy would be making its way to streaming services on February 3. Hulu and Peacock will share streaming rights for all 250 episodes of the show.

The multiple-year deal will be the first time all 11 seasons of the Emmy-winning show will be available on both a subscription based service and an advertiser-backed platform. Peacock will rotate 12 episodes on its free service, beginning with the pilot, with the remainder available to paying subscribers.

Modern Family wrapped up its 11 season run in April with an hour long finale. Showrunners Steve Levitan and Christopher Lloyd hinted at the possibility for a Mitch and Cam spin off.

Sarah Hyland shared her thoughts on the show’s finale back in April – click here to see what she said!

Ed O'Neill's 'Modern Family' Role Was Almost Played By This Actor

Craig T. Nelson, who starred in NBC’s Parenthood, almost played the role of Jay Pritchett in Modern Family. The role eventually went to Ed O’Neill.

The news was revealed in the new book “Modern Family: The Untold Oral History of One of Television’s Groundbreaking Sitcoms.”

Casting director Jeff Greenberg said in the book, “He wanted star money, and it wasn’t a star show. It’s an ensemble show. I understand from his agent that he regretted his decision. I’m not surprised.”

The show’s creators also heard he was “a bit difficult on set.” “That scared us, frankly,” creator Steve Levitan said. “There was a lack of self-awareness there and compassion that worried us. Meanwhile, all we kept hearing is that Ed O’Neill is the nicest person on the planet. We decided to pull the offer and go to Ed.”

Co-creator Christopher Lloyd said that Ed said, “Chris, this is the best 
job I’ve ever had. I would have done it for free. Don’t tell my agent, but I
 would have taken this job for free.”

Find out the possibility of a Modern Family spinoff after the show aired its series finale.

'Modern Family' Showrunners Talk Possibilities of Mitch & Cam Spinoff

Modern Family signed off the air after 11 seasons on air just moments ago and while we dry our tears, the showrunners are opening up about the potential for spinoffs.

Speaking with Deadline, Steve Levitan and Christopher Lloyd revealed if there were any more stories for the Dunphys, Tuckers, Pritchets and Delgados to tell.

Steve revealed that the “at the moment, I’m personally not thinking about that.”

He adds, “I think that there are a couple of writers who are thinking about well, is there a Mitch and Cam spinoff, but they’re literally just thinking about it. They’re using this time that we have now to think about it, if there’s something there.”

“I’m not driving this but I’m a huge fan of Jesse [Tyler Ferguson] and Eric [Stonestreet], and those characters are of course near and dear to me, and I certainly think that they’re strong enough to carry a show,” Steve continued. “For me, I really felt that what I needed creatively was to work on something new after working on Modern Family for 12 years and pretty much exclusively.”

Christopher agrees, saying that “it does present a possibility for us. Will that happen? I’m not sure but we would be probably dumb to not explore it. However, doing a spinoff is fraught in a lot of ways and we won’t do it unless we feel confident there’s something there, I don’t want to say it’s a long shot, it’s under discussion but we’ll see. We don’t want to jump into something like that, particularly because Modern Family is a tough act to follow, but that is a possibility.”

What did you think of the Modern Family series finale?