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Big Bang Theory casts top first four in Forbes 2016's Highest-Paid TV Actors

Updated: Sep 23, 2016 09:45 IST

Washington D.C. [USA], Sept. 23 (ANI): Ever since its genesis in 2007, American television sitcom, The Big Bang Theory has continued to mainstream everywhere.

The annual Forbes list for the top earning TV actors of 2016 went to all four male casts from 'The Big Bang Theory' with Jim Parsons, for a whopping 25.5 million dollars, securing the No.1 spot yet again, reports E! Online.

Johnny Galecki snagged the No. 2 spot with 24 million dollars, Simon Helberg came in third with 22.5 million dollars, and British Indian actor, Kunal Nayyar is No. 4 with 22 million dollars.

Other actors featured on the list are Mark Harmon of NCIS, Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Ty Burrell and Ed O'Neill, Kevin Spacey, Nathan Fillion and more.

Forbes 2016's Highest-Paid TV Actors complete list:

1. Jim Parsons - 25.5 million dollars

2. Johnny Galecki- 24 million dollars

3. Simon Helberg- 22.5 million dollars

4. Kunal Nayyar- 22 million dollars

5. Mark Harmon- 20 million dollars

6. Ty Burrell- 12.5 million dollars

7. Nathan Fillion (tie)- 12 million dollars

Jesse Tyler Ferguson (tie)- 12 million dollars

Ray Romano (tie)- 12 million dollars

10. Ed O'Neill- 10 million dollars

11. Eric Stonestreet- 11 million dollars

12. Kevin Spacey- 11.5 million dollars

13. Michael Weatherly (tie)- 10 million dollars

David Duchovny (tie)- 10 million dollars

15. Justin Chambers- 9.5 million dollars (ANI)

Los Angeles [California], Feb. 27 (ANI): After best actor, picture and director, here is our pick of the top five best-dressed celebrities at this year's Oscars red carpet.

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New Delhi[India], Feb. 27(ANI): The 89th annual Academy Awards became a platform to take a jibe at the U.S President Donald Trump and his recent policies.

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Oscars-2017's 14 craziest moments

Updated: Feb 27, 2017 14:25 IST

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What was behind the Oscars s.n.a.f.u?

Updated: Feb 27, 2017 14:06 IST

New Delhi [India], Feb. 27 (ANI): We all are aware of the big mess up of the 89th Academy Awards night- 'La La Land' was announced the 'Best Film' by mistake, instead of 'Moonlight.'

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Complete List: And the Oscar goes to...

Updated: Feb 27, 2017 12:20 IST

Los Angeles [US], Feb. 27 (ANI): All eyes were on 'La La Land' on the big night of 89th Academy Awards, but it looks like 'Moonlight' hogged the limelight.

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