Bradley Walsh has enjoyed another money-spinning year on the box, figures show.
The star's firm now has cash and assets worth £12.3 million, up from £11.5m in 2019.
Latest figures for his company Wingit Productions Ltd – which takes in money from his TV career – show it has £10.382m of its value in cash.
And The Chase host, 61, might need to dip into the pile of readies for his latest venture.
Bradley – who hosted quiz the Midas Touch in the 1990s – also runs a property company to buy and sell homes and land for housing.
And he has splashed out on a wood next door to the busy M25 in Essex.
It appears Bradley could be working on the barren land as a lorry unloading clay earth and a bulldozer was spotted on the site.
According to the title deeds, the land was bought for £400,000 by his company Barnstormer Holdings Ltd with the lender being Wingit Productions Ltd.
Bradley has become one of the wealthiest stars on TV in recent years thanks to the success of The Chase and show Breaking Dad with his son Barney, 23.
He has also raked in a fortune from regular panto appearances, two best-selling albums and stints in Coronation Street and Doctor Who.
The popular star, who has been dubbed the new Bruce Forsyth, lives in a £2.5million converted barn in Essex with wife Donna.
Bradley is also in the Darling Buds of May remake The Larkins.
The classic ITV show has been given a makeover with a more diverse cast.
Earlier this year, he said: “I'm thrilled to be asked to be part of this much loved and iconic series of stories.
“The warmth and affection that H. E Bates has generated through his books is so uplifting and I cannot wait to be part of the Larkin family. It'll be a hoot!”
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