With all the money TV stars make we could wipe out America's debt! So, who's making what on the small screen? According to a recent issue of TV Guide, you might be surprised.
He'll make a whopping $700,000 per episode, while his new costar Jon Cryer will make $600,000. Angus T. Jones takes home $225,000 per episode.
Returning to TV will give Tim Allen (Last Man Standing) and Kiefer Sutherland (Touch) a nice payday at $225,000 per episode for their new new shows.
Nerds rule when it comes to money. The Big Bang Theory's Johnny Galecki, Kacey Cuoco and Jim Parsons are now earning $250,000 an episode.
Over on the late night side of things, David Letterman earns $28 million a year, Jay Leno is hot on his heels at $25 million per year, with Jimmy Fallon brings up the rear with $5 million per year.
Last but not least is the world of reality. Ryan Seacrest earns $15 million for his mic skills on American Idol while Dancing with the Stars' Tom Bergeron nabs $150,000 per episode, America's Got Talent's Nick Cannon brings in $70,000 an episode, and So You Think You Can Dance's Cat Deeley, who was recently nominated for an Emmy, makes $60,000 per episode.
Are you jealous yet? We certainly are!
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