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Friday, August 10, 2012

Highest Paid TV Salaries of Television Stars - Michael C. Hall & More [TV Guide Scans]


The latest -double- issue of TV Guide Magazine (13-26 Aug), has their annual survey of the highest paid salaries of TV stars. Their sources for the salary amounts are conversations with agents, network executives and studio heads. Michael C. Hall is on the list of the drama actors. Click the images below to enlarge.

27 comments:

  1. Didn't he demand one million per episode? Or is this from last season?

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  2. How can Lucy Liu get more than Jonny Lee Miller for Elementary? Jonny is the lead.

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    1. Because she's not paid for her acting skills.

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    2. I really can't stand Johnny lee miller . IMO I don't see him as a good actor at all .

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    3. Well he IS a good actor no matter what you say.

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  3. Fucking assholes making 15 mill from reading the newspaper on tv.

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    1. seems calm to me. fuck off.

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    2. You two are pathetic.

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    3. @ Anon 6:20

      You hateful turd. Back to the kitchen with you.

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    4. what is pathetic is my fist buried so deep in your rectum that i just violated your colon. good night.

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    5. I just don't understand why they are "fucking assholes". Is it wrong making a lot of money? Would I be an asshole if I won the lottery?

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  4. I had read somewhere that his fee at the start of the show wasn't that high and cannot be raised exponentially. Once the show was a hit, his earnings were increased by making him Executive Producer. The 24 million for 2 years must include the bonuses he receives as Executive Producer, and that won't show up on the TV Guide list. He gets a share from foreign territories as well, and what a massive source of revenue that must be.

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    1. I was talking about Michael C. Hall. ;)

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    2. I just hope that Jennifer got a pay raise adequate to her new on-screen rank. :-)

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  5. worth every penny! And he is awesome doing a Sketch thing in October and i am stoaked i get a chance to go

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  6. Worth every penny Is that some kind of joke about Jewish people. U really should not make comments like that . It could easily be taken as offensive and just plain rude

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  7. excuse me? How is worth every penny a jewish remark. It is a saying.. He is WORTH EVERY PENNY, NICKLE, DOLLAR they pay him

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    1. Ok Breeb. I was just letting u know that what u wrote could come across very offensive. That's all.

      I hope it really what an innocent comment and u didn't mean what it sounds like I guess I'll take ur word for it . We all just wait and see if it happens again

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    2. Sometimes when I read comments I feel like I'm from a different planet.

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    3. My last comment wasn't referring to you Bree!

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    4. Me 2. Anon 4:52 I don't know y she would
      Write such nasty and hateful things

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  8. 295? I think he deserves more. He IS this show and one of the best TV actors.

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    1. The show would be nothing without Jennifer Carpenter either. The journey and transformation of the character Deb is, to me, the most astonishing thing about the show.

      Where is her big salary?

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  9. I wounder how much every one else make
    and i dont see how worth every penny is a jewish remake I think i must be missing something

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  10. I also can't see how "worth every penny" is a jewish remark. Some people just look for things to be offended by i guess

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    1. Looks like Jennifer Carpenter is getting screwed.

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