'Two and a Half Men' takes over Forbes' top-paid list
The CBS sitcom dominated the ranks with three of the show's actors taking spots on the top 10.
And you don't need to have a current role on the show to hold a thick wallet. The series' former main man, Charlie Sheen, also joins Ashton Kutcher, Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones on the list.
Other TV stars with big bank accounts include Ray Romano, Neil Patrick Harris and Mark Harmon.
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