Highest Paid TV Actors

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A complete list of the highest TV star salaries. This list includes all the actors making huge amounts of money in their television career. It includes the highest paid TV actors and actresses and will let you see how much money there is in television. There should be a list of familiar names on this list because after all, if someone isn't popular or recognizable, then there's no reason he or she should be on this list.

Who is the highest paid actor on TV, like ever? Do you stay up at night wondering about the Castle cast salaries? Or even The Middle cast salary? Take a look at this list and you'll discover who can lay claim to being the highest paid actor on TV. These actors are amongst the highest paid TV actors of all time, ranging from the highest paid sitcom actor, to the highest paid actor per episode.


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    (Two and a Half Men) $1.25 million per episode

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    (Two and a Half Men) $550,000 per episode

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    (Desperate Housewives) $400,000 per episode.

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    Eva Longoria
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    (Desperate Housewives) $400,000 per episode.

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    Teri Hatcher
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    (Desperate Housewives) $400,000 per episode.

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    (Desperate Housewives) $400,000 per episode.

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    (House) $400,000+ per episode

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    Mariska Hargitay
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    (Law & Order: SVU) $395,000 per episode

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    (Law & Order: SVU) $395,000 per episode

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    David Caruso
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    (CSI: Miami) $375,000 per episode

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    (The Office) $297,000 per episode.

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    Tina Fey
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    (30 Rock) $350,000 per episode.

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    David Duchovny
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    (Californication) $200,000 per episode.

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    Nathan Fillion
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    (Castle) $100,000 per episode.

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    (Mad Men) $250,000 per episode.

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    $40,000 per episode for her reality TV show, but also rakes in an additional $35 million per year with endorsements, appearances and her perfume line.

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    Bethenny Frankel
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    $20,000 per episode for her reality TV show. In addition, she makes $14 million a year with her books, guest roles, and as a chef.

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