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How much do The Chasers earn? Inside their net worths and how their salary works

Beat the Chasers is back for season 5 today, Monday May 16, with the intellectual powerhouses once again making a return. The coterie of Chasers has increased over the years, with more and more scarily named intellectuals battling contestants.

Sadly, Anne 'The Governess' Hegerty has been absent in the latest ITV series due to contracting Covid-19. However, she will be back though, so contestants shouldn’t feel safe.

In her stead, a new Chaser has joined the squad, coming all the way from The Chaser Australia.The net worth’s of these challengers are enviable, but they have more than proven they have earned it over the seasons with their incredible skills.Here we take a look at the individual net worths of The Chasers and how much they earn.The exact salary of the Chasers is unknown, however, Anne Hegerty previously revealed how she and how colleagues are paid.According to The Governess, they get paid a flat fee per episode, which means that because a new Chaser has recently joined, she might be paid less.Speaking on Lewis Nicholls' YouTube show, she explained how they don't get a salary per month per year. She explained: "The Chasers and Bradley get paid a flat fee for which I'm being paid and the other Chasers aren't and that applies to all of us."If you're going to divide the shows by six rather than five, then do the maths.

And it's excellent if it means we get a bigger order of shows, then everyone's money goes up."The problem is that Bradley is so in demand, is so good. He's so superb at everything he does and he can do so many things.

And so of course he's massively in demand. And there's about 10 other things he's doing beside the daytime Chase."While we don't know their exact individual salary, we do have some

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Beat the Chasers is back for season 5 today, Monday May 16, with the intellectual powerhouses once again making a return. The coterie of Chasers has increased over the years, with more and more scarily named intellectuals battling contestants.
Mark Labbett from The Chase says he's "too busy" for a relationship at the moment - but still looks out for ex-wife Katie two years after the couple went their separate ways. Mark, 56, tied the knot with Katie - who is his second cousin - back in 2014 and the couple welcomed a baby son four years later.

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