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White Collar
Tobias Truvillion

Tobias Truvillion

On tonight’s episode of USA Network’s “White Collar,” starring Matt Bomer (ex-Ben Reade, “Guiding Light”), former “One Life to Live” star Tobias Truvillion (ex-Vincent Jones) will guest-star. “I play an ex-military type. He’s like a blackops. Him and his partner are on the black market looking for this particular intel chip,” shared Truvillion to Soap Opera Network of his appearance in the episode entitled “Quantico Closure,” which finds Neal (Bomer) delving further into the mystery of the Codex. Meanwhile, Peter (Tim DeKay) takes on a classified espionage case with a fellow FBI agent: his ex-girlfriend.

“White Collar” airs Thursdays at 9:00 PM ET/PT on USA Network.



TV Guide Magazine
TV Guide Magazine

In its newest issue, TV Guide Magazine has revealed some of televisions highest paid stars. As you can imagine, the list comprises of former daytime soap stars who’ve either gone on to host their own talk show or headline a top ranked primetime series, or in the case of primetime soap stars – gotten richer!

Kelly Ripa tops the list of stars with a soap opera connection as the host of the daytime talk show “Live with Kelly.” According to TV Guide, the former “All My Children” star rakes in an estimated salary of $20 million per year. Meanwhile, Michael Weatherly went from “Loving” in the 1990′s to “NCIS” agent for a cool $175,000 per episode. Mark Harmon, Weatherly’s co-star on “NCIS,” generates an estimated $500,000 per episode and is the highest paid actor (scripted). The magazine, however, does not make note as to whether that amount includes his executive producer credit or if it is based solely on appearance alone. Harmon starred in the short lived 1980′s primetime soap “Flamingo Road,” which preceded his ground breaking role in “St. Elsewhere.”

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“Guiding Light” turned “White Collar” star Matt Bomer makes an estimated $110,000 per episode of his uber popular USA Network series. Also hailing from “Guiding Light” is Hayden Panettierre, who will take in an estimated $75,000 an episode for her starring role in the upcoming new series “Nashville.” The show stars Connie Britton as a fading country star, but Britton will take in $100,000 per episode for her efforts.

The stars of “Grey’s Anatomy” recently renegotiated new deals to continue on the series for another two seasons. With the shows ninth season debuting in September, stars Patrick Dempsey, Sandra Oh and Ellen Pompeo will now make an estimated $350,000 an episode.

Although he hasn’t appeared on a soap for some time, Alec Baldwin gained notoriety in the 1980′s after starring in the daytime soap “The Doctors” and the primetime soap opera “Knot’s Landing.” Now starring in “30 Rock,” Baldwin commands an estimated $300,000 per episode. “30 Rock” is expected to complete its seventh and final season with just 13 episodes beginning October 4. Mariska Hargitay, who recurred on primetime soap “Falcon Crest” in 1988, is the highest paid actress (scripted) taking in $385,000 per episode for her work on “Law & Order: Special Victim’s Unit.”

What follows is the complete list of salaries of stars with soap opera connections:

  • Kelly Ripa (“Live with Kelly”) $20 million per year
  • Mark Harmon (“NCIS”) $500,000 per episode
  • Mariska Hargitay (“Law & Order: SVU”) $385,000 per episode
  • Patrick Dempsey (“Grey’s Anatomy”) $350,000 per episode
  • Sandra Oh (“Grey’s Anatomy”) $350,000 per episode
  • Ellen Pompeo (“Grey’s Anatomy”) $350,000 per episode
  • Alec Baldwin (“30 Rock”) $300,000 per episode
  • Stephen Moyer (“True Blood”) $200,000 per episode
  • Anna Paquin (“True Blood”) $200,000 per episode
  • Alexander Skarsgård (“True Blood”) $200,000 per episode
  • Michael Weatherly (“NCIS”) $175,000 per episode
  • Connie Britton (“Nashiville”) $100,000 per episode
  • Terry O’Quinn (“666 Park Avenue”) $100,000 per episode
  • Vanessa Williams (“666 Park Avenue”) $100,000 per episode
  • Larry Hagman (“Dallas”) $75,000 per episode
  • Lea Michele (“Glee”) $75,000 per episode
  • Hayden Panettierre (“Nashiville”) $75,000 per episode
  • Madeleine Stowe (“Revenge”) $75,000 per episode
  • Kerry Washington (“Scandal”) $75,000 per episode
  • Dave Annable (“666 Park Avenue”) $65,000 per episode
  • Emily VanCamp (“Revenge”) $55,000 per episode
  • Patrick Duffy (“Dallas”) $50,000 per episode
  • Josh Henderson (“Dallas”) $50,000 per episode

For a complete list of stars and their salaries, pick up your copy of TV Guide today or head on over to the magazine’s website.



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Adam Rose/FOX

Matt Bomer debuts in tonight’s Spring premiere episode of “Glee,” the FOX sensation whose cast recently learned they are one of the Top-10 selling digital artists of all-time according to Nielsen SoundScan. The list included such artists as Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and the Black Eyed Peas. The “Glee” cast ranks eighth with 32 million songs digitally downloaded.

Best known to mainstream viewers for his portrayal of Neal Caffrey on the USA Network hit series “White Collar,” Bomer actually caught his big break in 2001 when he joined the cast of “Guiding Light” as Ben Reade. Although he left the CBS soap in 2003, the actor went on to become one of the actors to be in the running for the role of Superman, although he didn’t get the part. He also appeared in episodes of “Tru Calling” and “Chuck.” In October 2011, in the role of Henry Hamilton, Bomer helped kickstart the storyline of the film “In Time” starring Justin Timberlake.

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