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These characters are loaded. Seriously.

Julia Lechner
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1 of 21 Mike Yarish/Netflix

Lucille Bluth, Arrested Development

The CEO of her family's real estate development company isn't just worth a ton, she also has all that money in the banana stand.

2 of 21 Jeff Neumann/FOX

Bruce Wayne, Gotham

The uber-rich orphan never needs to worry about money, thanks to his billions from Wayne Enterprises.

3 of 21 Mark Schafer/SHOWTIME

Bobby Axelrod, Billions

Sure, "Axe" is charitable when the press is watching, but in reality, the billionaire hedge fund manager made his money with the help of insider trading and other shady methods.

4 of 21 The CW

Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, Arrow

Much like fellow superhero Batman, aka Bruce Wayne, Oliver Queen is a billionaire playboy who becomes a vigilante hero by night. He even comes from a family with a yacht (which he sunk). That's how you know you're loaded.

5 of 21 The CW

Hiram Lodge, Riverdale

A financial scandal and jail time hasn't kept the CEO of Lodge Industries away from running his business.

6 of 21 Frank Masi/HBO

Russ Hanneman, Silicon Valley

The man responsible for putting the radio on the Internet is a multi-billionaire who's confident showing off his wealth through big purchases... including calf implants.

7 of 21 FXX

Cheryl Tunt, Archer

She may earn a paycheck as a secretary, but Cheryl is wealthy beyond belief thanks to the hefty trust funds she inherited following her parents' deaths.

8 of 21 HBO

Tywin Lannister, Game of Thrones

The late head of House Lannister lived atop massive gold mines and was the richest man in the Seven Kingdoms.

9 of 21 FOX

Mr. Burns, The Simpsons

Springfield's richest citizen, Charles Montgomery Burns, owns a nuclear power plant, which has netted him several billion dollars. He wields his wealth over the locals.

10 of 21 Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP/The CW

Blake Carrington, Dynasty

The patriarch of the Carrington family is a ruthless oil tycoon and billionaire CEO who controls his family with his purse strings.

11 of 21 John P. Johnson/HBO

Gavin Belson, Silicon Valley

The former Hooli exec wants to help the world, and he's willing to destroy any competitors who get in his way.

12 of 21 Patrick Harbron/CBS

Henry Rindell, The Good Fight

He went to jail and his assets were frozen, but he was ballin' before he got caught.

13 of 21 Colleen Hayes/NBC

Tahani Al-Jamil, The Good Place

If she can throw lavish parties for philanthropic reasons, one can only imagine the size of her family's bank account.

14 of 21 Disney XD

Scrooge McDuck, DuckTales

He has "swimming in piles of gold" level money.

15 of 21 PBS

Lord Robert Crawley, Downton Abbey

He may be the the co-owner of Downton Abbey and is the 7th Earl of Grantham, but Lord Robert Crawley made his money through marriage. It's American heiress Cora Crawley's massive dowry that landed Crawley on the list.

16 of 21 Nathaniel E. Bell/Netflix

Raymond Tusk, House of Cards

The self-made billionaire industrialist owns several nuclear power plants and has the ear of the U.S. President... because money equals power.

17 of 21 Warner Home Video

Lex Luthor, Smallville

You know someone's insanely wealthy when they count fencing among their hobbies.

18 of 21 Eric Liebowitz/Netflix

Russ Snyder, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt

The lawyer is a member of the family who own the Redskins, so it's safe to assume he's pretty loaded.

19 of 21 Warner Bros. Television Distribution

Walden Schmidt, Two and a Half Men

What the billionaire internet entrepreneur lacks in maturity and basic "adulting" skills he more than makes up for in dollar signs.

20 of 21 ABC

Victoria Grayson, Revenge

The Queen of the Hamptons is worth billions, thanks to her opportunistic union with the CEO of Grayson Global.

21 of 21 Warner Home Video

Lionel Luthor, Smallville

The founder of LuthorCorp was reportedly worth $42.5 billion before he died and lost his business. Whose fault was that? None other than Lex Luthor (see slide No. 17).