Rylan Clark-Neal is now worth £1.3m after raking in £350,000 over lockdown
RYLAN Clark-Neal has boosted his bank balance by a cool £350,000 over lockdown.
Despite the pandemic causing chaos in the entertainment industry, Rylan has managed to improve his bottom line.
New unaudited accounts on Companies House show his private firm Rylan Limited has increased its net worth by £348,890 to £1,388,988.
He signed the accounts off earlier this month, and they are for the year ending 31 August 2020.
They report cash held at £342,411, four times 2019’s £79,560 in the bank; as well as monies owed to it at £1,292,076.
Last summer we reported that Rylan's earnings doubled on the previous year as he became one of the most popular presenters on telly.
The Supermarket Sweep host, 32, earned an impressive £435,000 in 2019.
In 2018 the company's worth was £605,030, but a string of high-profile roles saw it rocket upwards.
The former X Factor star is also registered as a director on retail business Luxenoa through which he bought £984,293 worth of fixed assets.
Rylan's career success has even helped him overcome trolls, with him previously revealing he likes to look at his bank balance to boost his mood when they target him.
The star's rise to the top of the TV pile came after he shot to fame as a flamboyant contestant on the X Factor in 2012.
He went on to win Celebrity Big Brother the following year and ended up presenting the show's sister programme, Bit On The Side, for five years.
Rylan's stock continued to rise with him presenting the showbiz segment on This Morning as well as The Xtra Factor Live.
Proving popular across the stations, Rylan co-hosts Strictly's It Takes Two with Zoe Ball and he landed his own Radio 2 show after impressing as a stand in.
His autobiography The Life Of Rylan became a Sunday Times Bestseller upon release in 2016.
And he was charged with overseeing legendary show Supermarket Sweep upon its return to the box, taking over from the late Dale Winton.
Rylan now fronts another iconic show in Ready Steady Cook, with the BBC renewing it for a second series.
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