See what the stars behind 'DWTS' season 23 are worth
"Dancing With the Stars" season 23 premieres Monday, Sept. 12 on ABC. The "DWTS" season 23 cast includes veteran dancers and 13 new stars, including TV personalities, musicians, political figures and Olympic medalists. Veteran judges Carrie Ann Inaba, Bruno Tonioli, Len Goodman and Julianne Hough make their return to the judges table.
The winner of season 22 was fan favorite and "America's Next Top Model" veteran Nyle DiMarco, who is hearing impaired. Below is a glimpse at this year's contestants competing for the Mirror Ball trophy.
Click through to learn about this year's judges and fans' favorite professional dancers:
Carrie Ann Inaba Net Worth: $8 Million
Carrie Ann Inaba is a dancer, singer and actress. She has more than 75 movie and television credits, including over a decade of work on "DWTS." Before that, she was a "Fly Girl" dancer on "In Living Color" from 1990 to 1992. The multitalented artist has two Emmy nominations to her name, one from 2006 and another from 2007.
Bruno Tonioli Net Worth: $10 Million
Bruno Tonioli has over 80 television and movie credits dating back to "The Don Ho Show" in 1976, where he performed as a dancer. He's appeared as a judge on "Strictly Come Dancing" since 2004 and "DWTS" since 2005. "DWTS" earned him two Primetime Emmy nominations, in 2006 and 2007.
Julianne Hough Net Worth: $10 Million
Professional dancer Julianne Hough won "Dancing With the Stars" two seasons back to back, first in season four with Apolo Anton Ohno and then in season five with Helio Castroneves. She eventually danced her way to the judges table, but not before releasing her first country-music album.
In 2011, Hough landed a lead role in the "Footloose" reboot, which earned $63.5 million worldwide, according to BoxOfficeMojo.com. Her choreography work earned her an Emmy in 2015.
Len Goodman Net Worth: $12 Million
Retired dancer, actor and "DWTS" judge Len Goodman has judged on the show's British counterpart, "Strictly Come Dancing." But it's his work on "DWTS" that's earned him two Emmy nominations, one in 2006 and another in 2007.
Goodman has appeared on "DWTS" for over a decade, though he holds more than 60 television and movie credits elsewhere, dating back to 2002.
Witney Carson Net Worth: $300,000
Witney Carson first appeared on "So You Think You Can Dance," where she wowed audiences but was ultimately eliminated. Following this run, Carson was picked up by the "Dancing With the Stars" Pro Troupe Team in season 16 and promoted to one of its pro dancers in season 18. With just a couple of years on "DWTS" under her belt, her net worth is estimated at $300,000.
Valentin Chmerkovskiy Net Worth: $1.5 Million
Valentin Chmerkovskiy took home the Mirror Ball in season 20 with partner Rumer Willis. Chmerkovskiy has competed on "DWTS" on numerous occasions, working with celebrities like Ginger Zee, Tamar Braxton and Janel Parrish. This season, he's paired with Laurie Hernandez.
Derek Hough Net Worth: $4 Million
Derek Hough, brother to Julianne Hough and a fellow pro dancer on "Dancing With the Stars," picked up the Mirror Ball during season 21. Beyond his dancing career, Derek has made some moves to branch out into acting. He appeared on "Nashville" from 2014 to 2016 and is working on "Hairspray Live!" a TV movie.
Net worth figures are indicative of assets versus liabilities. All net worth figures are according to CelebrityNetWorth.com unless otherwise noted.