TOP MONEY ENTERTAINERS by Kaya Morgan
Tom Cruise Topping the "A" List
This cultural icon epitomizes the meaning of cool. So focused on becoming an actor, he dropped out of high school in his senior year and headed for New York to pursue his dream.
Not just another Hollywood pretty boy, this down-to-earth movie star has become a world-renowned, award-winning actor taking on roles that live out our own fantasies fighter pilot, race car driver, vampire, spy. His endearing smile and genuine charisma has helped made him one of the highest paid box office draws in the world.
Although getting to the top is tough and staying there is even tougher, Cruise has proven again and again that everything he touches turns to gold. Who wouldn't want his life making movies, being rich and famous, envied by men and adored by women!
Celine Dion International Songbird
Stardom came early to this child prodigy who began her career at age 12 in Quebec, the 14th child of a musically inclined family. She has sung alongside other great performers including Aretha Franklin, Mariah Carey, Gloria Estefan and Shania Twain in the VH-1 hit special, Divas Live.
Recently named as the world's top selling artist, Dion has sold more than 125 million albums worldwide over the past decade. A new 4,000-seat theatre designed to resemble the Colosseum in Rome, will open at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas in early 2003, reported to be one of the highest money contracts ever paid on the Las Vegas strip. This is music to our ears after a three year hiatus.
Jim Carrey Nothing Is Sacred
Will we ever forget Jim Carrey having the b**** to wear nothing but a sock on his privates during the 20th Anniversary Special for The Comedy Store? Perhaps it's the French-Canadian in him. No matter we're always deliciously entertained by his outstanding performances whether live or on film.
One of the funniest award-winning comedian/actors to emerge onto the Hollywood scene, Carrey commands some of the highest salaries paid by the industry. His slapstick comedy and exceptional impersonations of Elvis, Jimmy Stewart, Andy Kaufman, and Gandhi are almost legendary.
Part of the equation of charm is having a good sense of humor since being funny is one of the most important attributes women look for in men. Not bad for an awkward kid from Canada.
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