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America’s 10 Highest Paid Actresses

America’s 10 Highest Paid Actresses

Did America's new "It Girl" take home the most dough? Nope. See where Jennifer Lawrence ranked and who made the most over the last year below. Photo: Associated Press

Forbes released it’s annual list of the highest paid actresses in the U.S. See Hollywood’s biggest earners below.

10. Julia Roberts – $11 million
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9. Mila Kunis – $11 million
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8. Natalie Portman – $14 million
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7. Sandra Bullock – $14 million
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6. Charlize Theron – $15 million
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5. Emma Stone – $16 million
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4. Jennifer Aniston – $20 million
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3. Kristen Stewart – $22 million
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2. Jennifer Lawrence – $26 million
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1. Angelina Jolie – $33 million
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