Dragon's Den has returned and our multi-millionaire Dragons have been busy splashing the cash into some impressive pitches.

Over the past few weeks, we have seen presentations from cheese subscription companies to baby sleep training apps with some earning themselves eye-watering investments. 

With the addition of the new Dragon Steven Bartlett to the cast, many viewers have found themselves asking what the Social Chain entrepreneur is worth and where he ranks among the Dragons. 

Here's what the country's most ferocious business minds are worth and how they earned their millions.

Dragons Den 2022 cast net worth

Steven Bartlett

The National: Steven Bartlett. Credit: PASteven Bartlett. Credit: PA

Age - 29

First Business - Founder of marketing agency The Social Chain (valued at $600 million, according to The Guardian)

Net worth - £50 million

Bartlett is the youngest Dragon ever at only 29 years old. 

The Social Chain founder became a millionaire at just 23 after he dropped out of university to launch his marketing agency. 

He has since become famous on the hit BBC show and his hotly-debated investments like Piddle Patch and has made headlines by weighing in on the recent Molly Mae controversy. 

Sara Davies

The National: (left to right) Aljaž Škorjanec and Sara Davies on Strictly Come Dancing. Credit: BBC/PA(left to right) Aljaž Škorjanec and Sara Davies on Strictly Come Dancing. Credit: BBC/PA

Age - 37

First Business - Founder and owner of Crafter's Companion (worth £35 million)

Net worth - £37 million (according to The Sun)

Sara Davies launched her company Crafter's Companion while she was still a student at the University of York.

Davies joined Dragons Den back in 2019 when she replaced Sara would be replacing Jenny Campbell. 

The 37-year-old is popular with fans especially after appearing on the 2021 series of Strictly Come Dancing.

Deborah Meaden

The National: Deborah Meaden. Credit: PADeborah Meaden. Credit: PA

Age - 62

First business - She led paid pony rides along Minehead beach

Net worth - £40 million (according to The Sun)

Deborah Meaden is a fan favourite and one of the fieriest investors the BBC show has seen. 

Meaden is a full-time investor with an impressive portfolio, especially since she joined the Den back in 2003. 

She was the only female dragon, alongside Duncan Bannatyne, Richard Farleigh, Peter Jones and Theo Paphitis.

Since then, she has invested £4,786,000 in the Den and has even taken part in Strictly Come Dancing.

Peter Jones

The National: Peter Jones. Credit: BBCPeter Jones. Credit: BBC

Age - 55

First business - Giving tennis lessons

Net worth - £1.157 billion (according to the Sunday Times Rich List in 2021)

Peter Jones is the richest and longest-serving Dragon, having joined the show on its very first season.

Jones has an impressive portfolio including Expansys, Data Select, Jessops, Levi Roots, Red Letter Days, Wonderland Magazine and Bladez Toyz.

During his time in the Den, he has invested £5,983,167, according to the BBC.

Touker Suleyman

The National: Touker Suleyman. Credit: BBCTouker Suleyman. Credit: BBC

Age - 68

First Business - Kingsland Models 

Net worth -  £150 million (according to Spear's magazine)

Touker Suleyman joined the Den back in 2015 after he made millions across his fashion businesses.

Suleyman trained as an accountant after moving from Famagusta to the UK when he was only five.

He has invested £1,877,666, in the Den, according to The Mirror, with some of his best deals ranging from Beamblock Yogo and Timberkits to Bad Brownie and Collagin.

Dragons' Den airs at 8 pm on Thursdays on BBC One.