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PHOTOS: Top 10 Highest Paid Actors

PHOTOS: Top 10 Highest Paid Actors

Which actors made the most money over the past year? Forbes has the top 10. Photo: WENN

Forbes has identified the top 10 highest paid actors of the past year. The list was comprised by adding up each actor’s income between June 2012 and June 2013.

10. Liam Neeson – $32 million
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9. Denzel Washington – $33 million
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8. Tom Cruise – $35 million
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7. Adam Sandler – $37 million
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6. Leonardo DiCaprio – $39 million
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5. Dwayne Johnson – $46 million
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4. Mark Wahlberg – $52 million
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3. Hugh Jackman – $55 million
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2. Channing Tatum – $60 million
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1. Robert Downey Jr. – $75 million
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