Doesn't get a bean. Amateurs do not get any prize money.
No, the Olympics used to be a solely amateur competition when it very first started however now it is open to both professional and amateur competitors. The USA basketball team has competed at the Olympics and you can't get much higher paid than some of them.
Well I'm sure there are many amateur theatre companies that you can audition for, just look online. If your not part of the Actor's guild, you can't audition for professional shows.
Open for amateurs
I caddy for a living .... As much as you and the player agree upon....anywhere from 60 (bad job) - 200 per round...possibly more.....it all depends on how much the player is willing to pay based upon how well you do your job
Bobby Jones won the US Open, US Amateur, British Open and British Amateur all in 1930.
The cast of The Mini-Golf Open - 2012 includes: Jorge Andres as Commentator Neil Casey as Official Patrick Cassels as Caddy Johnathan Fernandez as Caddy Birch Harms as Caddy Rob Lathan as Caddy Alex Scordelis as Commentator Charlie Todd as Commentator
No, they get no money. Just prestige.
In 1930 Bobby Jones won The Open Championship at Royal Liverpool Golf Club, he is the last Amateur to do so.