Highest Paid Actresses in Hollywood

Ellen Pompeo: $22 million 

With “Grey’s” now in its 14th season, Pompeo is one of the highest-paid actresses in Hollywood, earning more than $20 million a year, according to The Hollywood Reporter. She’ll receive $575,000 per episode, a seven-figure signing bonus, producing fees and back-end equity in the deal, among other perks.

Charlize Theron: $23 million

Theron likes to balance her work in smaller films, like 2011’s Young Adult, with bigger-budget fare like last year’s Snow White and the Huntsman. She also starred in Prometheus, the kind-of prequel to Aliens which earned $403 million at the global box office. Theron supplements her movie money with high-paid endorsements for brands like Dior. She’s now adding behind-the-scenes duties to her resume, executive producing a Hatfields & McCoys pilot for NBC.

Margot Robbie: $23.5 million

Margot Robbie, meanwhile, earned between $9-10 million for reprising the role of Harley Quinn in 2020’s Birds Of Prey, a fee that was bolstered by her also serving as a producer on the film.

Elisabeth Moss: $24 million

Elisabeth Moss is revealed to net $1m per episode for her lead role in The Handmaid’s Tale as well as Norman Reedus who’ll earn that same amount after succeeding Andrew Lincoln as the lead star of The Walking Dead.

Kaley Cuoco: $25 million

Some of the highest paid actresses on television have long-running starring roles in hit network comedies and dramas currently on air. Sofia Vergara, who plays Gloria on Modern Family, was the highest-paid actress of 2017. Ellen Pompeo (Grey’s Anatomy) and Cuoco also made that list. Cuoco is now reportedly worth over $50 million.

Jennifer Aniston: $28 million

The magazine estimated her net worth at $110 million in 2007, $150 million in 2014, and $200 million in 2017. It listed her earnings as $19.5 million in 2018.

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