You'll wish you earned as much as these highest paid Hong Kong celebs of 2013

You'll wish you earned as much as these highest paid Hong Kong celebs of 2013

HONG KONG - Louis Koo rakes in HK$236 million (S$39 million) in 2013 and beats Donnie Yen, Andy Lau and Nicholas Tse to become the top earning Hong Kong celebrity in 2013!

Without taking a break for two years, Louis has filmed eight movies this year, which includes, The White Storm <掃毒>, Out of Inferno <逃出生天3D>, Drug War <毒戰>, Don't go breaking my heart 2 <單身男女2>, Aberdeen <香港仔>, Overheard 3 <竊聽風雲3>, Golden Chicken SSS <金雞SSS> and Z Storm <z風雲>.

Louis' remuneration is estimated at HK$12 million (S$2 million) per film, and just by filming movies only, he chalked up HK$96 million (S$16 million). He also filmed 11 commercials this year. Adding his fees for commercials, show performances in China and Hong Kong, his earnings is 2013 is estimated at HK $236 million (S$39 million). With his earning ability, the single Louis is definitely a hot diamond bachelor.

Second on the list is Donnie Yen who filmed four movies this year, which includes Iceman <3D冰封俠>, Last of the Best <一個人在武林>, Special ID <特殊身份> and Together <在一起>. Celebrating his 10th year wedding anniversary, Donnie reduced his workload and spend more time with his family this year. However, his market value continues to increase.

Donnie's remuneration per film is estimated at HK$30 million (S$5 million), raking in HK$120 million (S$20 million). After adding up his six advertisement fees and appearance fees at event, his total earnings is estimated at HK$220 million (S$36 million)!

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