Details of Kutcher's contract are a closely guarded secret but we can exclusively reveal that his base pay is minimum wage but he gets an extra million every time he takes his clothes off on set. When asked if he would keep his clothes on, should the part demand it, he replied, simply: "No."
And on that money, why would you?
In a rare instance of life imitating art, Kutcher is playing a filthy rich, tall, handsome, well hung man who women can't resist. Now it becomes clear why The Daily Slap can't get a part on the show. It must be the lack of riches.
Charlie Sheen dropped out of the top ten this year as he was between multi-million dollar contracts for part of the year. But we can expect him to make a comeback next year, thanks to Anger Management. Rock stars from Mars don’t come cheap, you know.
As well as being loaded, Kutcher is a successful technology investor, having gone in early on Skype, Spotify and Airbnb, which is worth like a zillion dollars now. Basically whatever he touches turns to gold. It's becoming very hard not to want to be him.
Alec Baldwin came fourth, raking in $15 million as Jack Donaghy on 30 Rock, while Jon Cryer, despite getting some of the best lines on Two And A Half Men, had to get by on a measly $13 million, in seventh place. That's probably because he remained fully-clothed though.
Tina Fey, who should surely be No.1, was at No. 5 in the women's rich list, but she did have those incredibly talented Kardashians to contend with. *cough*
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