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No. 10: James Dean -- $7 million
No. 9 (tie): Bettie Page -- $9 million
No. 9 (tie): Steve McQueen -- $9 million
No. 9 (tie): Bruce Lee -- $9 million
No. 9 (tie): Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) -- $9 million
No. 8: Albert Einstein -- $11 million
No. 7: John Lennon -- $12 million
No. 6: Marilyn Monroe -- $17 million
No. 5: Bob Marley -- $20 million
No. 4: Elizabeth Taylor -- $25 million
No. 3: Charles M. Schulz -- $40 million
No. 2: Elvis Presley -- $55 million
No. 1: Michael Jackson -- $140 million
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