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|Daytime Salaries: Update - Via TV Guide; $4,000 per episode is way out of date|
|Topic Started: Jul 20 2007, 12:20 AM (7,354 Views)|
|worldturner7||Nov 1 2007, 04:39 PM Post #21|
yea, can i work in a soap opera?...
these salaries are ridiculous! someone makes in a year what i wont make in a lifetime...sigh, life is not fair
|juniorz1||Nov 1 2007, 10:32 PM Post #22|
The Royal Stoner
It amazes me how much they get paid. I guess it strengthens my resolve to be an actor, though I'm not really about the dough. More about the work.
These soap actors more than earn their pay IMO. Even the bad actors still have to work ungodly hours.
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