One of the stars of the new sitcom "Me, Myself & I" is making great money for himself, and it's not Bobby Moynihan or John Larroquette.
According to his contract, Jack Dylan Grazer earns $17,500 per episode for his role as Young Alex on the CBS show.
14-year-old Grazer is locked in for all nine of the episodes in season one, and will get a bump to $18,200 if the show gets picked up for a second season.
He also gets 5% of all the merchandise sold.
Grazer plays the younger versions of Moynihan and Larroquette on the show ... his scenes take place in 1991.
Using the U.S. inflation rate, and the magic of television time hopping ... if Young Alex made the same $17,500 in Mid-Life Alex's timeline, it would be worth $31,451.95. If it was in Older Alex's timeline it would be worth an estimated $65,853.39.
Here's to the future.