Forbes Richest Celebrities 2010 Friday, Apr 16 2010 

The world has a new richest man 2010, according to Forbes.

Mark Zuckerberg – $4 Billion

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Mark, 25, is the youngest billionaire in the world. He’s the face behind Facebook, and the undisputed champ of social networking. Speaking of which, he’ll be portrayed by Jesse Eisenberg in ‘The Social Network,’ due in theaters this fall.

Oprah Winfrey – $2.7 Billion

Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey

Oprah is arguably the most powerful person in entertainment. She turns authors into instant celebs, down home chefs into chain restauranteurs and doctors into blockbuster gurus. She’s turned us into believers, and you know we’ll tune in when the Oprah Winfrey Network launches later this year

Mikhail Prokhorov – $13.4 Billion

Mikhail Prokhorov

Mikhail Prokhorov

If this galavanting Russian industrialist isn’t quite a celebrity yet, he will be shortly. The 6’7″ 44-year-old recently bought a controlling stake in the NBA’s New Jersey (soon to be Brooklyn) Nets. He’s notoriously single — see his arrest on “pimping” charges in 2007, for which France recently apologized. Basically, he’s about to be the King of New York.



100 best paid celebrities Saturday, Jun 14 2008 

American Forbes put their hands inside A-list celebrities’ pockets to count the income and made a list of the 100 richest, most popular and the most successful showbiz persona overall.

It was a year of conquest in Hollywood. The worldwide box office soared to a record $25.8 billion, buoyed by global blockbusters like Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest and Sony’s Da Vinci Code. reclaimed her title as the mightiest force in music, thanks to her record-breaking Confessions tour, which drew over a million fans and generated $195 million in ticket sales. And golf ace banked $100 million, more in a single year than any athlete in history.”

1 $275 million

2 $115 million

3 $14 million

4 $80 million

5 $50 million

6 $72 milion

7 $82 million

8 The Police $115 million

9 $300 million

10 $20 million

11 $80 million

12 $44 million

13 $130 million

14 $50 million

15 David Letterman $45 million

16 LeBron James $38 million

17 $27 million

18 $45 million

19 $39 million

20 Phil Mickelson $45 million

21 $40 million

22 $72 million

23 Roger Federer $35 million

24 Alex Rodriguez $34 million

25 Jerry Seinfeld $85 million

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Celebs Who Do Without Friday, Jun 13 2008 

Emma Thompson wields a fierce wand when co-starring in  Harry Potter movies, jets around the world and hobnobs with Bill Gates at Davos. But don’t ask her to reboot a laptop. The actress’ favorite piece of technology, she told, is the fountain pen.
Thompson’s in good company. There’s no shortage of celebrities who disdain social networking sites, “don’t do” e-mail and eschew even practical gadgets like computers and cellphones.

Some, like President George Bush, are restricted by their office from indulging. Others see technology as yet another intrusion into their paparazzi-filled lives. And still others don’t understand how to use gadgets or shun them as health hazards.