Channing Tatum, Is The 2nd Highest Paid Actor In Hollywood. Guess Who’s Number 1

Posted 2:00 pm on July 19, 2013 By Gale

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Some days back FORBES put out a list of top 10 highest paid actors in Hollywood which has got some Usual suspect in surprising spots and then some unusual actors in some real good spots like Channing Tatum (Magic Mike, Dear John, The Vow) who made a name for himself as a dancer in Step-Up coming in second on the list earning a n estimated $60 million between June 2012 and June 2013.

While Channing Tatum occupies the #2 spot, Robert Downey Jr. comfortably ranks as the highest paid actor between the time in view earning about $75 Million for his roles in The Avengers and Iron Man 3 which were huge hits.

Coming in at number 3 is Hugh Jackman best known for portraying Wolverine in X-Men whose estimated earnings in this period was $55 Million.

Normally lists like this always attract scrutiny and inquisitions from people and it is for that reason that Forbes made known how they came about their list which has been inserted below;

To compile our list, we talked to agents, producers, managers and other people in-the-know to estimate earnings for each star between June 2012 and June 2013. We don’t deduct for taxes, agent fees or any of the other costs of being a celebrity.

Other actors on the list have been listed below with the some movies they appeared in between June 2012 and June 2013.

Mark Wahlberg (Ted)- $52 million

Dwayne Johnson (Fast & Furious 6) - $46 million

Leonardo DiCaprio (Great Gatsby) - $39 million

Adam Sandler (Hotel Transylvania) - $37 million

Tom Cruise (Jack Reacher) - $35 million

Denzel Washington (Flight) - $33 million

Liam Neeson (Taken 2, The Grey) - $32 million


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