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Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer will not be offered a pay rise to stay on Two and a Half Men, it has been claimed. Show insiders have told The Hollywood Reporter that neither actor has been offered more money as part of current contract negotiations with broadcaster CBS.

> The 2012-13 TV scorecard: What's axed? What's renewed? CBS and producers Warner Bros Television hope to persuade Kutcher and Cryer to commit to a further two seasons of the comedy. Kutcher is thought to be the highest paid actor in TV comedy, with estimates of his salary per episode placed at $$700,000 (£440,050). Cryer's salary is (more) »


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