7. Winona Ryder - $18 Million
Winona Laura Horowitz, professionally known as Winona Ryder, started her career early and gained some notability towards the end of the 1980s. The actress and director didn’t take too long until she gained recognition for her talented acting in movies such as Heathers (1989) and Beetlejuice (1988). After defining an entire decade, she went on a short hiatus but came back stronger than ever. She has continued to star in award-winning shows, while also making important donations to the American Indian College Fund.
8. Robert De Niro - $300 Million
For real, has anyone not heard about Robert De Niro? One of the most acclaimed actors of all time, De Niro started his acting career way back in 1968. But his complete dedication and immersion to every role he played made him stand out immediately, as he continues to arguably surpass any expectations in all projects he works in. De Niro now produces and directs his own lucrative films, while also investing in estates, co-owning a restaurant, and advocating for political issues.
9. Robert Pine - $4 Million
Born in New York City, Robert Pine has been an essential actor in the industry since the 1970s, when he starred in the hit show CHiPs, playing the role of Sergeant Joseph Getraer. The series was such a success that it aired for six seasons, between the years of 1997 and 1983, becoming one of the primary shows of the NBC network. Pine has been married to Gwynne Gilford since 1969, who curiously appeared in a couple of episodes with him on ChiPs, under the character of Betty Gerber.
10. Drew Barrymore - $125 million
Drew Barrymore started her career as a child star and has since grown to become one of America’s most cherished sweethearts. She rose to fame in the 1980s after starring in the high-grossing film E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. She continued to act and to model throughout the years, sometimes struggling to grow up in the eyes of the public. Today, she gives quite generously to causes she believes in, while simultaneously being the Ambassador for the UN World Food Programme.
11. Barbra Streisand - $400 Million
Barbra Streisand has undoubtedly defined what talent means for her entire generation. What’s even more incredible about her career is the way she rose from nothing, to one of the richest musicians of all time. Her unique voice and peculiar acting skills made her stand out decades ago when she was just a struggling artist in the Big Apple. After winning countless awards and releasing dozens of albums, Streisand now focuses primarily on her philanthropy work.
12. Al Pacino - $165 Million
Al Pacino has been in the business of acting for over five decades, having received a handful of awards and nominations. His film debut came at the age of 29 at the end of the 1960s with his minor role in the movie Me, Natalie. Since then, Al Pacino has continued to grace the industry with his talent, while also supporting several causes and charities that he vehemently believes in.