Iñaki Godoy vs Millie Bobbie Brown Netflix Salary Comparision: Did the Luffy Actor Earn More For One Piece Than Millie Bobbie Brown in Stranger Things Season 1?

Iñaki Godoy made way more then Millie Bobby Brown did as Eleven in Stranger Things Season 1.

Iñaki Godoy vs Millie Bobbie Brown Netflix Salary Comparision: Did the Luffy Actor Earn More For One Piece Than Millie Bobbie Brown in Stranger Things Season 1?

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  • Iñaki Godoy from One Piece made way more than Millie Bobby Brown did as Eleven for Stranger Things in season 1.
  • Brown's starring role in Stranger Things earned roughly $30,000 per episode in Seasons 1 and 2.
  • The compensation of the One Piece star Iñaki Godoy for the first season of the show is $320,000 per episode.
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The live-action adaptation of One Piece on Netflix has been a huge success, and it required a lot of time and money to create an amazing series. Fans have shown the same enthusiasm for the series as they had for the manga series and anime. As a result, the Netflix adaptation has become one of the best live-action series. With an estimated USD 18M spent per episode, it should come as no surprise that the cast of the series was generously compensated.

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One Piece – Netflix

The show features a star-studded cast including Mackenyu as Zoro, Taz Skylar as Sanji, Emily Rudd as Nami, Jacob Romero as Ussop, and Iñaki Godoy taking the lead role as Luffy. Surprisingly, Godoy’s remuneration for One Piece is substantially higher than Millie Bobby Brown’s for her debut in Stranger Things.

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Millie Bobby Brown’s Salary For Stranger Things Season 1

Brown is a well-known British actress. She rose to prominence as Eleven in the Netflix science fiction series Stranger Things. Brown got her big break in 2016 when she landed the role of the character in the hit Netflix science fiction horror thriller.

Brown has appeared in Godzilla: King of the Monsters and its sequel, Godzilla vs. Kong. She also appeared in and produced Enola Holmes, a Netflix mystery film. Her work in Stranger Things was widely praised, and she was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards and two Screen Actors Guild Awards. Season 1 had a stated budget of $6 million for each episode, and according to Deadline, Brown’s starring role earned roughly $30,000 per episode in Seasons 1 and 2.

Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven in Stranger Things
Millie Bobby Brown as Eleven in Stranger Things

However, this was extremely low compared to what Godoy made during his debut in One Piece Live Action Adaptation.

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Iñaki Godoy’s Salary in One Piece Live-Action Adaptation

Godoy is a Mexican actor best known for his roles in The Imperfects as Juan Ruiz and now as Monkey D. Luffy in Netflix’s live adaptation of One Piece. He received his first major part in the American Spanish-language Telemundo series La querida del Centauro in 2016, at the age of thirteen. Since then, he’s come a long way.

According to reports from Showbizgalore, the compensation of the One Piece star for the first season of the show is $320,000 per episode. Which is far more than Brown earned for Stranger Things.

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Iñaki Godoy as Monkey D. Luffy
Iñaki Godoy as Monkey D. Luffy

Even other characters earned more than Brown. Rudd, who played Nami, was awarded $200,000 per episode. Mackenyu, who played Zoro, was paid $220,000 per episode. Gibson, aka Usopp, and Skylar, who played Sanji, both received $150,000 per episode for their roles.

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