TV Guide has released its annual list of the highest-paid stars on television. Here are the Top 20 among drama and comedy shows:
19. (tie) Amy Poehler: ("Parks and Recreation") -- $200,000 per episode
19. Ed O'Neill ("Modern Family") -- $200,000 per episode
17. (tie) Alyson Hannigan, Neil Patrick Harris, Josh Radnor, Jason Segel and Cobie Smulders ("How I Met Your Mother") $225,000 per episode
17. (tie) Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad") -- $225,000 per episode
15. (tie) Patricia Heaton ("The Middle") -- $235,000 per episode
15. (tie) Tim Allen ("Last Man Standing") -- $235,000 per episode
12. (tie) Michael Weatherly ("NCIS") -- $250,000 per episode
12. (tie) Claire Danes and Damian Lewis ("Homeland") -- $250,000 per episode
12. (tie) David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel ("Bones") -- $250,000 per episode
10. (tie) Stephen Moyer, Anna Paquin and Alexander Skarsgard ("True Blood") -- $275,000 per episode
10. (tie) Jon Hamm ("Mad Men") -- $275,000 per episode
8. (tie) Dan Castellaneta (Homer), Julie Kavner (Marge) and Yeardley Smith (Lisa) ("The Simpsons") -- $300,000 per episode
8. (tie) Michael C. Hall ("Dexter") -- $300,000 per episode
5. (tie) Patrick Dempsey, Ellen Pompeo and Sandra Oh ("Grey's Anatomy") -- $350,000 per episode
5. (tie) Simon Baker ("The Mentalist") -- $350,000 an episode
5. (tie) Kaley Cuoco, Johny Galecki and Jim Parsons ("The Big Bang Theory") -- $350,000 per episode
4. Mariska Hargitay ("Law and Order: Special Victims Unit") -- $400,000 per episode
3. Mark Harmon ("NCIS") -- $525,000
2. Jon Cryer ("Two and a Half Men") -- $650,000 an episode
1. Ashton Kutcher ("Two and a Half Men") -- $750,000
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