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TV's Highest-Paid Actors and Actresses: Who's the Best Value?

They may be on the small screen, but there’s nothing small about their paychecks: The Big Bang Theory‘s Jim Parsons and Modern Family‘s Sofia Vergara top this year’s list of the highest-paid actors and actresses on TV.

The annual list, compiled by Forbes magazine, tracks earnings from June 2015 to June 2016 and adds in each actor’s endorsements along with their per-episode salaries. That explains why Vergara leads all TV actors, male or female, with a whopping $43 million, thanks to lucrative ad campaigns (like Head & Shoulders shampoo) and licensing deals. Parsons’ Big Bang co-star Kaley Cuoco lands in second place among actresses, with $24.5 million; she, along with castmates Parsons and Johnny Galecki, earns a cool $1 million per episode.

Joining the actress list for the first time this year are Quantico‘s Priyanka Chopra (No. 8, with $11 million); Castle‘s Stana Katic (No. 7, $12 million), for her work on the final season of ABC’s detective drama; and Veep‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus (tied for No. 13, $7.5 million), who boasts an Old Navy ad campaign along with her shelf full of Emmys.

Here’s the full list of the top-paid TV actresses:

1. Sofia Vergara, Modern Family — $43 million
2. Kaley Cuoco, The Big Bang Theory — $24.5 million
3. Mindy Kaling, The Mindy Project — $15 million
4. (tie) Ellen Pompeo, Grey’s Anatomy — $14.5 million
4. (tie) Mariska Hargitay, Law & Order: SVU — $14.5 million
6. Kerry Washington, Scandal — $13.5 million
7. Stana Katic, Castle — $12 million
8. Priyanka Chopra, Quantico — $11 million
9. Julianna Margulies, The Good Wife — $10.5 million
10. Julie Bowen, Modern Family — $10 million
11. Pauley Perrette, NCIS — $9.5 million
12. Patricia Heaton, The Middle — $8.5 million
13. (tie) Emily Deschanel, Bones — $7.5 million
13. (tie) Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Veep — $7.5 million
15. Zooey Deschanel, New Girl — $7 million

On the men’s side, Parsons is joined by fellow Big Bangers Galecki ($24 million), Simon Helberg ($22.5 million) and Kunal Nayyar ($22 million) in the top four spots. Newcomers to this list include The X-Files‘ David Duchovny and former NCIS-er Michael Weatherly (both tied for No. 13, with $10 million); Katic’s Castle partner Nathan Fillion (tied for No. 7, $12 million); and Grey’s Anatomy stalwart Justin Chambers (No. 15), who was rewarded for surviving 12-plus seasons of soapy bloodshed with $9.5 million. Way to go, Alex!

The oddest name on this list, though, has to be Ray Romano (tied for No. 7, $12 million), who, yes, did co-star on HBO’s short-lived Vinyl earlier this year. But the bulk of Romano’s earnings actually came from syndicated Everybody Loves Raymond reruns and his stand-up comedy gigs.

Here’s the full list of TV’s top-earning actors:

1. Jim Parsons, The Big Bang Theory — $24.5 million
2. Johnny Galecki, The Big Bang Theory — $24 million
3. Simon Helberg, The Big Bang Theory — $22.5 million
4. Kunal Nayyar, The Big Bang Theory — $22 million
5. Mark Harmon, NCIS — $20 million
6. Ty Burrell, Modern Family — $12.5 million
7. (tie) Nathan Fillion, Castle — $12 million
7. (tie) Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Modern Family — $12 million
7. (tie) Ray Romano, Vinyl — $12 million
10. Ed O’Neill, Modern Family — $11.5 million
11. Eric Stonestreet, Modern Family — $11 million
12. Kevin Spacey, House of Cards — $10.5 million
13. (tie) Michael Weatherly, NCIS — $10 million
13. (tie) David Duchovny, The X-Files/Aquarius — $10 million
15. Justin Chambers, Grey’s Anatomy — $9.5 million

Which actors on these lists earn every single penny they get? Hit the comments and tell us which TV stars represent the best value.

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  1. Jill says:

    Mindy Kaling is a bargain if you think about it. She writes, executive produces and acts on 1 show. That’s quite a few hats for 15 million

  2. Sammy says:

    Nathan phoned in his performances for season 8 and got $12 million?!? He straight robbed ABC.

    • lanie says:

      I rather think it was Stana who phoned it in in S8. She was not as good as previous seasons. Seemed to have mentally checked out on and off the show.

      • Rebel says:

        Have you ever wondered why??

      • Beckstle says:

        The way they trashed her character didn’t give her anything for her to do. A good performance needs decent writing for the actor to work with and season eight didn’t have it.

      • KLS says:

        I think both leads (& the writers) phoned season 8 in.

        • georgee says:

          It was worst than just phoned season 8. We had two show runners that did not really listern to what the fans wanted to see in season 8. Started in the summer of 2015, when the story line changed with the split up of Rick and Kate, that caused a major ratings drop, and they refused to change the story line. When we had a 77 day break at mid season all we heard was spin off. Maybe they should of fixed the wonderful story they had. They signed Fillion to a new contract in the beginning of April for a season 9, fired Katic mid April because of budget cuts. The two show runners in the summer of 2015 told us they wanted to put there stamp on the show, and they did CANCELLED. ABC fired Katic because of budget cuts, now we find out that they pay Sofa Vergara 43 million per season for Modern Family. We could of had a season 9 of Castle with both Fillion and Katic for 24 mil. Maybe ABC thinks they can make up the diff in all the book sale they have for Modern Family. Vergara 43 mil and now Fillion 12 mil a lot of book sales. The real reason Castle got cancelled was the season 8 BS story line from the two show runners and ABC doing nothing to fix it.

          • Laura says:

            The article said its a combination of salary and endorsements. The $43 m for Sofia isn’t all salary. They mentioned her Head and Shoulders commercials, plus there is Rooms to Go and a few others. And I agree they treated SK horribly

          • cece says:


      • ann says:

        Cause she was never seen in every episode

  3. Becky says:

    I would simply like to point out that Stana Katic (from the now- cancelled Castle show) is highly underrated as an actress. Her range of emotions is remarkable, and she can tell the story with her eyes alone.
    From humor to anger to deepest grief, she nails it— EVERY time. Hoping that someone somewhere is taking notice of her recent endeavors after Castle. Producers – you’re missing out if you’re not looking at her for starring roles.

    • Sammy says:

      Agreed 100%; Someone cast her A.S.A.P!

    • Rebel says:

      Thank you Becky.. At least someone gets it.

    • Lala says:

      meh…she’s alright!

    • ann says:

      I agree 1,000% .she needs to be the lead in movies or back on tv.Maybe she can do something with Tamala since she was fired too.

      • georgee says:

        Four actress got fired from Castle in the last two years. The problem I have is that when the President of ABC tells the fans the reason Katic got fired was budget cuts, really. Modern family has 6 people and now 7 with Fillion in the top paid. How many of them have a PCA, Fillion the only one that I know of and since both Castle and Modern Family are ABC shows, Modern Family might be a little over budget. It all goes back to the BS story line in season 8 of Castle and Hawley refusing to change it when the ratings dropped so hard so fast.

        • Emme says:

          Yeah, but the Modern Family actors have won Emmys. ABC likely cares about that way more than PCA. The execs there would likely look at Fillion’s PCA, give him a patronizing pat on the head and say “That’s nice…people gave you a participation award.” Fillion having that award might mean a lot to you or even the public in general, but we’re just “little people” to execs and People’s Choice awards aren’t worth a hill of beans compared to Emmys as far as they’re concerned. Just saying.

        • ginar369 says:

          Why is it always the women that get fired because of budget cuts? It happened on Criminal Minds a few years ago too. They got rid of JJ and Prentiss. They brought them back but only after a big outcry. But the it seems the women are expendable when its about the budget.

          • Yanta says:

            Rubbish. What gender were the two actors who got cut from the walking dead at the start of the current season? One of them was cut because they didn’t get along with the female counterpart in the series. How is that fair?

  4. July Lark says:

    wow, 24M for the Castle leads, no wonder ABC cancelled them.

    • rowan77 says:

      Please, ABC Studios is raking in the big bucks in syndication. If you knew how it worked you would see that they’re continuing to make literally hundreds of millions of dollars from Castle. $24M is a drop in the bucket and for 7 of the 8 seasons they were worth every penny they were paid.

      • Teri says:

        Plus, factor in the Richard Castle Books and TNT and the fact that ABC refused to pay any money to advertise Castle. That made millions for them with a top 20 show for so long.

        • rowan77 says:

          Actually Castle was promoted, but they didn’t need to promote it heavily. Why spend money heavily promoting something that people are already watching. That’s throwing away money. And yes, the publishing rights the and syndication deal with TNT are all part and parcel to the massive amounts of money they made.

    • Anon says:

      They weren’t getting paid 12 Million per season, that amount includes side projects & endorsements. ( as stated in the original source from Forbes)

    • ann says:

      No ABC cancelled because they didn’t want to pay great talent, No Stana means No Castle. ABC blew it

  5. Bunny says:

    No David Boreanaz? Now i wonder how much Fox is paying their actors.

    • Amelia says:

      He likely gets paid per ep as much as Emily does, going by past lists. (Maybe a bit more, since he has the syndication money from Buffy/Angel). If you look at the list, the cutoff for the top 15 actors is different than the top 15 actresses, so an actor making less than $9.5 million would not appear there.

      • bunny says:

        Yeah i noticed that. However, it seems like he’s really not making that much compared to the others considering he has been on TV since the latter part of the 90’s and a lead at that. Oh well, perhaps ABC is much more generous than FOX in paying their actors.

        • heather says:

          That’s why both David & Emily are suing Fox: for money owed, profits owed…running into millions. If I recall right. Would be interesting to see this factored in….

  6. ….. CASTLE is over, so let’s just move on…. I’m with Team STANA 100% !!! She should
    have her own lead show for sure, She deserves it !!!!

  7. Lala says:

    Castle was def not worth the 24miL they paid for the 2 leads…now it makes sense why they canceled it or were willing to go ahead with 1 lead.

  8. Lynn says:

    I stopped watching Castle a few years ago but I guess now we know why ABC wanted to get rid of one of the leads. Why is the woman from Quantico on here? That show is only in its second season and the raring weren’t that high last season. The Deschanel parents must be proud, both daughters are some of the highest paid actresses on TV.

    • John NYC says:

      It’s total annual income (as mentioned for Sophia Vergara) and she’s got a big international presence from before arriving in Hollywood.

    • femmefan1946 says:

      Priyanka Chopra is a new name in North America, but she is a Big Star in India. The Powers that Be may have been thinking about international syndication.
      And of course, she would have very skilled agents.

  9. Lala says:

    I wonder how much CW actors are paid.

  10. lanie says:

    I like Fillion as an actor because he’s adept at both drama and comedy, and has an on-screen charisma that not every lead has. That makes him an asset for whatever show he usd in. He elevates the material even when it isn’t great. Look forward to seeing what he does post Castle. Something on cable would be good. Don’t know if they pay as good as networks but their shows are more interesting.

  11. Cas says:

    So is Sofia really worth 43 million? I don’t watch MF but that seems like a crap ton when you are part of an ensemble cast. Gee BBT cast doesn’t even make that and they have higher ratings

    • Lala says:

      Read the article!!

    • The money is much better distributed among TBBT cast, Modern Family has bigger wage gaps. While Sofia Vergara is by far the show’s biggest star, that is a HUGE gap.

      • John NYC says:

        It’s also her total income including her product endorsement deals such as Head and Shoulders. Mentioned in the article.

      • John NYC says:

        It’s not just her show salary. It’s total income. She’s got commercials too.

      • John NYC says:

        “The annual list, compiled by Forbes magazine, tracks earnings from June 2015 to June 2016 and adds in each actor’s endorsements along with their per-episode salaries. That explains why Vergara leads all TV actors, male or female, with a whopping $43 million, thanks to lucrative ad campaigns (like Head & Shoulders shampoo) and licensing deals”

        • heather says:


          This is an indication of what the actors/actresses earned within the year, *not* what they soley earned from their TV work

          • Cat says:

            Don’t forget she did at least one movie (the one with Reese), that probably would have been with a few mil and isn’t she also a Covergirl cosmetics girl like Ellen.

    • Rainee says:

      The article failed to mention Sophia also co-owns a lucrative media company that specializes in Latino talent and marketing.

  12. Jeff says:

    Am i the only one not really seeing this gender wage gap thing Hollywood is always complaining about?

  13. Writerpatrick says:

    CBS must really want to keep Big Bang around. Those actors are making a fortune. Although the show is probably heavily syndicated. And they can run two episodes during the time it would take to run one drama.

  14. ndixit says:

    I know TBBT ratings are great but that’s an insane amount of money being distributed amongst the cast.

    • xyz says:

      If they don’t get that money it just will stay in Chuck Lorre’s pocket. It was the biggest syndication deal off all time worth 2 million per episode back in 2010. It is worth more now. And it will be on streaming services forever.

      • Stacy says:

        Exactly! It may be an insane amount of money, but it’s an insane amount of money they’ve earned. CBS clearly thinks they’re worth it. They’re not about to mess with the formula for TV’s highest rated sitcom. (Even if I think it’s overrated.)

    • KLS says:

      You would hope if they have all that cash to throw around they would invest in creating and green lighting more original shows!

  15. annek says:

    7 mil for wide eyes and tripping over props and running into things. That actor forgot how to act afew seasons ago. Certainly didnt act like someone in love.

  16. Jay says:

    Wow, two Indian women and one Indian guy in each of the top 15s. I remember not that long ago when there were no Indians on TV period!

  17. ekolint48 says:

    ABC is shelling out the bucks!

  18. Teri says:

    Stana Katic was grossly underpaid for 7 seasons and then got 12 million for the crap she had to act on Season 8 of Castle. She acted her heart out of Kate Beckett in every scene she played. Better yet, she loved and promoted Castle, unlike Mr. Fillion who could not even come up with a favorite memory after 8 seasons. He never felt fully invested in the show, and rarely promoted it.

    • Wyatt says:

      Bitter party of one…..give it a freaking rest, the show has been cancelled–judging by your comments, I would think you would be pleased. They both were paid 12 million dollars, I hardly think either one of them is hurting.

    • Miffey McMuffington says:

      Fillion put a lot more time & energy into promoting Castle than Katic did. You just weren’t paying attention to all the appearances & lovely things he’s cinsistentlybsaid bith about the show, its cast & crew. That’s your loss.

      NF had a bigger audience to begin with, that he contines to pull along for the ride. SK is a fine actress & they had great chemistry between great characters. But it remains to be seen if she can maintain an audience of her own from show to show, or play more than one character with the depth she gave to Kate.

      If anyone is to blame for the show’s death, it’s the execs and show runners. Please don’t try to make cast, crew, or even writers the bad guy. They were all doing the best job possible.

      • Cat says:

        Obviously you just missed her successful movie in Lifetime earlier this month.

        • Miffy Mcmuffington (not my real name) says:

          I’ve never watched a single thing on Lifetime except one movie with Shawn Young and a horse, because I was home with the flu, and I slept through most of it. So I’m not a good judge of the quality of its programming. ;-)

  19. Regina says:

    Nathan Fillion was and will continue to be a great bargain for ABC. He’s can handle both comedy & drama, brings in a big fanbase, is willing to go out & promote his show as he did constantly on talk shows & interviews & is constantly consider one of the nicest & professionals guys in Hollywood. Can’t wait for “Modern Family” and next project.

  20. Babygate says:

    Good for Justin Chambers. I like him, but I do wonder if Sara Ramirez left because the studio wouldn’t grant her more lucrative contract under the weight of the “original’s” increasingly expensive deals. In other words, she was expendable to them.

    • Jamie says:

      Doubt it. From all reports/interviews/statements, it sounds like Sara Ramirez is taking a break, not leaving the show, which she apparently told Shonda Rhimes about at the last minute. If she was having contract negotiation issues, she wouldn’t get more money out of them by taking an extended leave.

      • Stacy says:

        Agreed. I think she just needed some time for whatever (break, theater, family) and money didn’t factor into it. Whenever Ramirez is ready, Shonda will welcome her back with open arms. Especially considering we won’t see George or Izzie back, ever. And Yang is a long shot, too.

  21. Leah says:

    What about violia Davis?
    Does her movie stuff not count or is she only considered a movie actress

    • Rex the Wonder Dog says:

      Maybe her combined TV and movie paycheck didn’t add up to $7 million. Anyone know what she got for Suicide Squad? Probably not as much as Will Smith did.

    • Jamie says:

      I wonder if she’s making more per episode and less per year than others since she’s doing shorter seasons (only 13 episodes a year for HTGAWM).

    • Jaime says:

      The Forbes article tracked money earned between June 2015 and June 2016. Suicide Squad didn’t come out until August of 2016, so her salary from that wouldn’t be included.

  22. kmw says:

    The bargain goes to the Bones stars. Emily Deschanel and I would assume since Boreanaz isn’t on this list make far less than the Castle leads who had 3 less seasons. Syndication or not 24 million is an awful lot of money for just two of the actors on that show.Money was not the only issue that led to Castle being cancelled but whats done is done. Given how FOX has treated Boreanaz and Deschanel I am surprised they are making as much as they are. As far as everyone else on this list none are asurprise

  23. Mari says:

    I think that they would of continued Castle if they had got along. I guess money doesn’t buy happiness.

  24. Anon says:

    This isn’t the sum of what the actors & actresses get paid per episode of their TV show, it includes the money made during the year from side projects & endorsements too. As stated in the article.

  25. cuius says:

    The title of the article was “Who’s the best value?”. Just quoting earnings doesn’t give value – surely it should factor in the return on the investment in these actors – agreed a more difficult exercise.

    More work required TVLine

  26. Jamie says:

    Ah, seeing Justin Chambers’ name up there makes me really happy for him. He is criminally underused on Grey’s, but kudos to him for getting paid.

  27. J Frost says:

    Why us Robin Wright not on the list? I thought she earned the same as Kevin Spacey and she has also been in films this year too so surely her income would be even more that the HofC $$$???

    Also to the person who asked where Julie Bowen is – she is on the list. Plus Vergara’s income is higher NOT just because of MF but because of endorsement deals etc – it states that in the article.

    Also for those who asked why Kunal Nayyar earns less than Simon Helberg they earn the same on the show but Helberg’s income may be higher due to outside TBBT work. Films etc.

    Although I wonder how lower on the list Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch are than the Kaley Cuoco…

  28. ann says:

    Nathan and Stana are worth what they were paid for Castle.Some network ‘s I guess are going (cheap)

  29. missy says:

    Why is Sofia Vergara being paid twice much as the next person on either list?

  30. L says:

    Hope you enjoy those paltry 3 or 4 million you saved by firing Thomas Gibson, CBS. Did ya need the money to help offset Keifer Sutherland’s return to tv on ABC?

    Ugh. CBS just doesn’t know what it’s lost. The legacy of a beloved show allowed to dry up and die for what? Money? A writer? Such a shame. Fans really are the biggests losers in this game.

    (And if I hear one more “fan” start with the whole “WAAH workplace violence!! Assault is never okay!!”…..I hope y’all can see me rolling my eyes because I’m doing it as hard as I can.)

  31. DS says:

    It all looks overly excessive to me.

  32. Mike M says:

    Hilarious headline. TV’s highest paid actors – then include Forbes income from NON TV related work. Then STILL get it wrong (as they did), when you have the best actress / actor in the group – Julia Louis-Dreyfus, being a person with a father who was worth 3.6 BLN dollars TEN YEARS ago and has (sadly, RIP Gérard) just died. No question at all who the best value is – she could act for free and still blow the whole lot of the combined into the dirt in terms of either talent or income.

    • Cat says:

      The article is right, these actors are all starring on television, some are just smart enough to do outside work as well. As for Julia, inheritance isn’t income.

  33. Leia says:

    Gee a guess Mark Harmon is worth his money, considering how long the show has been up there, and continues to draw, and syndication revenue. Shocking huh

  34. Miranda says:

    If I were Julie Bowen I’d seriously go to my agent and say thanks for getting me on Modern Family but you are fired. How is she earning a QUARTER of what Sofia is??!

    • Luli says:

      This is not just salary per ep… it includes endorsements, commercials, and other work the’ve done in the year…. Why don’t people read the whole thing?

  35. Miranda says:

    I don’t understand what qualifies as a TV actor salary – Sofia Vergara has fragrances and a number of side ventures which earns her additional income, so does that count as a ‘TV salary’? But it seems only the per-episode/per-season salaries for most of the other actors listed here have been accounted for. Hence my confusion.

    • atxnole says:

      It’s just Forbes estimating using the information that is available to them what these actors make across all sources of income. Most of them have no endorsement deals or notable methods of making money outside their TV shows so their listed number is the estimated salary they get for the show (maybe $500k-$1m an episode).

  36. Court says:

    Ellen Pompeo over Stana Katic all day everyday

  37. atxnole says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever even heard the name Justin Chambers. Incredible.

  38. TvLover says:

    How is it that Viola Davis, Taraji P Henson and Kerry Washington not on the list for women, that just seems crazy to me. What else is crazy, how much Sofia Vergara made compare to pretty much everyone else. Wow!

    • Jaime says:

      Kerry is on there. I am surprised Viola is not on there when Priyanka Chopra is, but perhaps Priyanka has other side gigs making her money (Bollywood, endorsements, etc.) Aside from Priyanka, all of the other members of that list are on long-running shows, so they’ve renegotiated their contract deals a few times over.

      As for Taraji – I suspect Fox is just cheap with salaries on new shows. She’ll make out well when she renegotiates.

    • Stacy says:

      Kerry is #6. Viola Davis might not earn less per episode than Priyanka, but HTGAWM does less episodes (15) vs Quantico (22). Priyanka is also already a star in India, which likely contributes to this. As for Taraji, Empire has been a huge hit for FOX. She’ll be cashing in big time come renewals.

  39. Barbara Pletts Magnusson says:

    Nathan Fillion – Castle
    Stan Katic – Castle
    Their adventures were challenging . I loved seeing them grow in character!! I laughed, cried, and got caught up on their puzzles! Great loyalty and wisdom in the episodes! Give me #s17!

  40. katsssblog says:

    $43 mil for Sofia? Wow, that is too much. 30,35 maybe, but 43. Too much.

  41. Personally, I think the Big Bang Theory cast is not worth that. I know it’s because the show makes a ton of money and with syndication, but it’s still a ridiculous amount. Kaley Cuoco is a terrible actress and got lucky with that gig. Plus, the episodes are getting shorter and shorter around 18-19 minutes per episode, especially compared with other sitcomes that are more like 21-22 minutes. Crazy. Some of the others who are ranked lower definitely deserve more.

  42. TvLover says:

    Oops, I realize that Kerry Washington made the list.

  43. Alberta Prufrock says:

    Nathan Fillion has it all… looks, brains, action moves, serious dramatic chops, geek cred, he’s funny as hell, improv skills, that panty-melting voice … and oh, my dear and fluffy Lord. Those eyes.

    • Firefly fan eh? Could see the greatness in Fillion, even back then. Somehow now, even though he is on top, Fillion somehow manages to come off as the underdog that you want to root for. Very charming.

      • Alberta Prufrock says:

        Yes. I’d gladly take a bullet for Malcolm Reynolds. Good thing he’s fictional :-D

        Fillion’s lovable because he absolutely hasn’t forgotten what it’s like to wonder whether his next rent check is going to clear. And he has an amazing range between ‘less is more’ subtlety, and downright slapstick. It’s a shame that he’s been blamed for bad behavior by ‘anonymous sources’. I am here to anonymously – or pseudonymnously – say that I have ‘inside sources’ who have worked directly with him & think he’s a wonderful guy. And I’ve met him twice, briefly, and found him to be very kind and patient.

        What blows me away is the people who are so very hateful toward him. One day they castigate him for wanting time off, the next day they accuse him of hogging screen time away from Katic, who wanted to go off traveling. Truth is they were both under too much pressure to carry a very intense show, heavy on both dialog and action with just about every scene featuring the two of them (and in rare cases when the ensemble cast took center, a faction of fans whinged about that, too).

        Whatever relationship problems Fillion/Katic may have had personally, if I hadn’t known about the Twitter frenzy, it never would have occurred to me. This is because they are wonderful actors.

        I wish them well, both personally & professionally. I hope that things will blow over. The Xfiles had similar issues but fostered a couple of movies and a miniseries which were big hits. I’d love to see that for the Castle family, sometime in the reasonable future.

  44. Trudy B l ack says:

    Stana katic

  45. Adam says:

    Ciekawy artykuł, dzięki :)

  46. Lori in NJ says:

    Love my Greys cast!

    I still record the reruns … miss the originals … ESP Dempsey Leigh Heighl Dane Rameriz and of course Oh but damn if that show still isn’t amazing 😎 After all these years it does not miss a beat!

    We could use an original back like Sandra or Katherine … esp if Justin is leaving cause we hate when one of the originals is axed! That would soften the blow – a tad … but it w suck if Justin leaves … still not over Dempsey’s departure 😔

    They are all worth their $ they are very blessed to be so talented and I pray they are on at least as long as ER was!

  47. Janusz says:

    Fajną masz tą stronę Zapraszam również na moją stronkę

  48. Ankita says:

    Where r the game of thrones stars?? I’m sure Emilia Clarke could be on this list, she did around 2 movies also last year…and Sofie Turner too…

  49. GlennF says:

    None of them deserve that much….

  50. johnfromplanetearth says:

    None of them deserve that much…..