Hollywood's HIGHEST PAID TV actors of 2013
Forbes' annual list of highest paid TV actors is out.
Troubled star Charlie Sheen, whose new show -- the ironically titled Anger Management -- went on air after he was sacked from his Two And A Half Men leading role following his angry rant against the show creator Chuck Lorre, rounds off the top 10 with $10 million in earnings.
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Image: Charlie Sheen in Anger Management
9. Michael C Hall
Actor Michael C Hall, the star and lead actor of crime drama Dexter that concluded with its eighth season this September, takes up the ninth spot with $10 million in earnings.
Image: Michael C Hall in Dexter
8. Tim Allen
Tim Allen may have not been able to replicate the worldwide success of his show Home Improvement but he's earning well enough with the show's syndication rights.
Allen took home $11 million in earnings last year.
Image: Tim Allen in Home Improvement
7. Angus T Jones
Two And A Half Men's Angus T Jones emerged as a big earner with $11 million as his yearly paycheck from the hit CBS sitcom.
Image: Angus T Jones in Two And A Half Men
6. Patrick Dempsey
Dr McDreamy of medical drama Grey's Anatomy, actor Patrick Dempsey earned $13 million, claiming the sixth spot on this list.
Image: Patrick Dempsey in Grey's Anatomy
5. Mark Harmon
American police procedural drama NCIS star Mark Harmon emerged as one of the top earners with $15 million in earnings and fifth spot on this list.
Image: Mark Harmon in NCIS
4. Neil Patrick Harris
How I Met Your Mother star Neil Patrick Harris debuts on this list with $15 million.
Image: Neil Patrick Harris in How I Met Your Mother
3. Ray Romano
Comedian-actor Ray Romano, whose show Everybody Loves Raymond still enjoys wide syndication the world over, figures at number three with $16 million.
Image: Ray Romano in Everybody Loves Raymond
2. Jon Cryer
Two And A Half Men's whiny and twice divorced Alan Harper has a real life that's just the opposite of his onscreen alter ego.
Jon Cryer raked in a cool $21 million from his hit show.
Image: Jon Cryer in Two And A Half Men
1. Ashton Kutcher
Actor and entrepreneur Ashton Kutcher tops the list for the second consecutive year with an yearly income of $24 million, most of which comes from the CBS sitcom.
So we have Kutcher and his predecessor Charlie Sheen at either end of the spectrum.
We'll refrain from pointing out the ironical nature of this situation.
Image: Ashton Kutcher in Two And A Half Men