Highest Paid TV Actresses of 2015 – Forbes

See the highest paid TV actresses of 2015, as ranked by Forbes.

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BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 12: Actress Sofia Vergara arrives at the FOX/FX Golden Globe Party at the FOX Pavilion at the Golden Globes on January 12, 2014 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Amanda Edwards/WireImage)
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No. 1 (tie): Sofia Vergara, $28.5 million, "Modern Family."nAccording to Forbes, Vergara tops the list of highest paid TV actresses thanks to her "Modern Family" salary and endorsements deals with CoverGirl and Head and Shoulders. In addition to money made from their respective TV appearances, Forbes included paydays from endorsement deals and appearance fees to compile the list.
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No. 1: Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, $28.5, "The Big Bang Theory"
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No. 3: Julie Bowen, $12 million, "Modern Family"
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No. 4: Ellen Pompeo, $11.5 million, "Grey’s Anatomy"
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No. 5: Mariska Hargitay, $11 million, "Law & Order: SVU"
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No. 6 (tie): Amy Poehler, $10.5 million, "Parks and Recreation"
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No. 6 (tie): Juliana Margulies, $10.5 million, "The Good Wife"
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No. 8: Mindy Kaling, $9 million, "The Mindy Project"
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No. 9 (tie): Kerry Washington, $7 million, "Scandal"
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No. 9 (tie): Patricia Heaton, $7 million, "The Middle"
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No. 11 (tie): Emily Deschanel, $6.5 million, "Bones"
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No. 11 (tie): Tina Fey, $6.5 million, "The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"
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No. 13: Pauley Perrette, $6 million, "NCIS"
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No. 14: Robin Wright, $5.5 million, "House of Cards"
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No. 15: Zooey Deschanel, $5 million, "New Girl"
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