Ashton Kutcher is at the top of the Hollywood food chain these days, thanks to “Two and a Half Men” and his tech investments. According to Forbes, the actor raked in about $24 million between May 2011 and May 2012, making him the highest-paid actor on TV.
“Two and a Half Men” alum Charlie Sheen topped the list last year at $40 million, but has since dropped off. His new “Anger Management” deal, however, could make him a contender next year.
Below are the top earners. Go to Forbes.com for the complete list!
Comedian Ray Romano watches a lot of reality TV, including "American Idol," "Dancing with the Stars" -- and of course, the Masters.
"I was sitting in front of the TV for four hours," Romano (who shares the same golf coach as Tiger Woods) told "Extra" at the annual Comedy for a Cure event Sunday night, adding, "My wife didn't like it so much!"
Comedian Ray Romano is lending his comic sensibilities to the 9th Annual Comedy for a Cure event in Hollywood this Sunday, April 11, hosted by Romano's "Everybody Loves Raymond" co-star, Patricia Heaton.
Comedy for a Cure has raised more than $1.5 million for research and programs/services for the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance and families affected by TSC. Tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) is a genetic disorder that causes potentially fatal tumors to form on children's vital organs. TSC affects one in 6,000 children and is the leading genetic cause of epilepsy and autism.
Comedian Ray Romano is heading back to the big screen as loveable animated Manny in "Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaur" -- and he's revealing some hilarious real-life similarities to his furry counterpart!
"Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaur" stomps into theatres July 1.