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Top 25 Highest Grossing Film Actors And Actresses Of All Time, 2016

Top 25 Highest Grossing Film Actors And Actresses Of All Time, 2016

Harrison Ford is now now officially “the highest-grossing actor” and Scarlett Johansson is “the highest-grossing actress” of all-time in the US box office history, according to Box Office Mojo chart. It has ranked actors and actresses according to the amount of money their movies have collectively grossed in the US.

Harrison Ford’s 41 films have grossed $4.87 billion at the domestic box office, meanwhile, Scarlett Johansson’s 37 films, in comparison, have grossed $3.33 billion. The “Avengers” star, ohansson is the only female actor in the top 10 list of highest-grossing movie stars of all time, placing her above Bruce Willis, Matt Damon, Will Smith, and Brad Pitt.

The closest actress to her in the prestigious list is Cameron Diaz ($3 billion) at No. 19, followed by Helena Bonham Carter ($2.8 billion) at No. 26, Cate Blanchett at No. 29 and Julia Roberts ($2.7 billion) at No. 30.

Here are the the top 25 highest grossing film actors and actresses of all time:

RankActorTotal Gross (2016 US$)
1Harrison Ford$4.87 billion
2Samuel L. Jackson$4.65 billion
3Morgan Freeman$4.43 billion
4Tom Hanks$4.34 billion
5Robert Downey, Jr.$3.94 billion
6Eddie Murphy$3.81 billion
7Tom Cruise$3.58 billion
8Johnny Depp$3.37 billion
9Michael Caine$3.34 billion
10Scarlett Johansson$3.33 billion
11Gary Oldman$3.29 billion
12Robin Williams$3.27 billion
13Bruce Willis$3.19 billion
14Stellan Skarsgard$3.17 billion
15Anthony Daniels$3.16 billion
16Ian McKellen$3.15 billion
17Stanley Tucci$3.12 billion
18Robert DeNiro$3.07 billion
19Cameron Diaz$3.03 billion
20Matt Damon$2.95 billion
21Liam Neeson$2.94 billion
22Andy Serkis$2.89 billion
23Don Cheadle$2.88 billion
24Will Smith$2.85 billion
25Ben Stiller$2.82 billion

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