We have the list of 2015’s highest paid TV actresses in the world and guess who topped the list this time? It is none other than Sofia Vergara. The Modern Family star continues her streak as the top earning TV actress and filling her account with loads of cash as she continues to entertain us in our living rooms. Sofia is in the top spot for the fourth year running. However, this year Sofia Vergara has got a competitor who landed at the same spot for a tie!
The 43-year-old actress alongside Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, 29, have both taken the top spot as highest paid TV actresses in the world 2015 Forbes list. Being a movie star isn’t the only way to bring home the big bucks and these stars have showed it. The Modern Family star and Big Bang Theory actress have an earnings of $28.5 million each pre-tax. Sofia’s co-star from Modern Family, Julie Bowen (new entry) landed at the 3rd spot with earnings of $12 million for the period June 1 2014 to Jun 1 2015.
We have some more new additions as well. House of Cards’ First Lady, Robin Wright aka Claire Underwood is in the list for the first time. Another first time entry is Emily Deschanel, who made an estimated $6.5 million from Fox crime show Bones. Check out the Forbes highest paid TV actresses in the world of 2015. For the fourth year in a row, Sofia Vergara topped the list of highest paid TV actress with banking $28.5 million apiece pretax between June 1, 2014, and June 1, 2015. The Big Bang Theory actress has tied with Sofia at the first spot with $28.5 million earnings pre-tax. Sofia’s co-star from Modern Family, Julie Bowen landed at 3rd spot with $12 million earnings.
Meredith Grey from the long-running hit ABC medical drama series Grey’s Anatomy landed at 4th place with $11.5 million. The American actress well known for her portrayal as Olivia Benson on the NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit is in the Top 5 highest paid actresses in the world 2015’s list with $11 million earnings. The Good Wife star Juliana Margulies earned $ 11 million. The comedian has earned $10.5 million apiece pretax between June 1, 2014, and June 1, 2015.