18 Highest Paid TV Actresses of 2013!

Experience and hard work pay off (well, for some of the people on this list). Forbes has just released its list of the 18 highest paid television “actresses” of 2013. While most of the talented women on this list are deserving of the title and pay check, a select few arguably are not. Here’s a look at the top 18. Can you guess who landed the number one spot?

Whitney Cummings (Number 18)

Whitney Cummings has been busy. The 31 year old actress is currently starring in and producing two television series “Whitney,” as well as “Love You, Mean It.” She is also the co-creator of the show “Two Broke Girls.” Her earnings: $5 million.

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  1. 1reallytaxed1

    December 27, 2013 at 11:04 pm

    Greys Anatomy is still on ?

  2. 1reallytaxed1

    December 27, 2013 at 11:06 pm

    Mike And Molly is soooooo bad, they moved in between Two Broke Girls and Moms so people would be FORCED to endure it !!! Please, this show is awful, cancel it and put on a 2nd Moms !!

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