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Top Earning Dead Celebrities; New Number One

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Even after death some celebrities make a ton of money for their estate.

And this year, there's a new number one.

Forbes says Elizabeth Taylor is now the top earning dead celebrity, raking in $210 million this past year.

Michael Jackson slips to second with $145 million.

Elvis Presley is 3rd with $55 million.

Charles Schultz and Bob Marley round out the top five tied with with $17 million.

Here's the rest of the list:

6. John Lennon ($12 million)
7. Marilyn Monroe ($10 million)
    Albert Einstein ($10 million)
9. Dr. Seuss ($9 million)
10. Steve McQueen ($8 million
      Bettie Page ($8 million)

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