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Judge Judy, Dolly Parton and 46 More of the Richest Stars Over 70

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For years, we’ve seen these celebrities on the big screen, on the field, on television, in the financial pages and on stage. And apparently, they’re not the retiring kinds, for the most part.

Today, many celebrities who fall in the 70 and older age range keep doing what they love — and they’ve gotten rich doing it.

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Read on to learn more about the celebrities who are 70-plus and thriving financially.

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Kathy Bates

  • Net Worth: $20 Million

Actress Kathy Bates has well over 100 acting credits to her name. Some of her most notable films include “Dolores Clairborne,” “Titanic,” “Fried Green Tomatoes” and “Misery,” for which she won an Oscar. She also has Emmys for her appearances in “Two and a Half Men” and “American Horror Story. Now 74, Bates signed on to appear in an upcoming romantic comedy for Netflix starring Zac Efron, Nicole Kidman and Liza Koshy.

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Phylicia Rashad

  • Net Worth: $25 Million

Actress and singer Phylicia Rashad is probably best known for her role as Clair Huxtable on “The Cosby Show,” which she starred in from 1984 to 1992. Rashad also has displayed her talents on stage and won a Tony Award for her performance in “A Raisin in the Sun” in 2004.

The 74-year-old next can be seen on the big screen in “Creed III,” which is set for release on March 23.

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Mike Ditka

  • Net Worth: $30 Million

A member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Mike Ditka played tight end in the NFL from 1961 to 1972. As the head coach of the Chicago Bears from 1982 to 1992, he led the team to its only Super Bowl victory.

The 83-year-old also has served as a sports broadcaster and analyst and lends his name to the Ditka Restaurant Group, which runs four popular eateries.

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Bernadette Peters

  • Net Worth: $40 Million

Entertainer Bernadette Peters is a star of both the stage and the screen. She has starred in the movies “The Jerk,” “Pennies From Heaven” and “Annie,” and on stage, she has played the lead role in the Broadway shows “On the Town,” “Annie Get Your Gun” and more. Peters has won four Tony Awards, including the 2012 Isabelle Stevenson Award.

The 74-year-old continues to act and sing. Most recently, she appeared in “High Desert,” an Apple original, and she’s currently touring with her “Let Me Entertain You” show. In 2021, she was nominated for an Emmy for her guest appearance in “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.”

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Judi Dench

  • Net Worth: $45 million

Dame Judi Dench was a stage actor before making it big as a movie star, and she’s earned acclaim for her excellence in both mediums. The 88-year-old won an Oscar in 1998 for “Shakespeare in Love” and a Tony Award the next year for “Amy’s View.”

Her most recent project, “Allelujah,” was released in September 2022.

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Tom Selleck

  • Net Worth: $45 Million

Tom Selleck has starred on the hit CBS drama “Blue Bloods” since 2010. Perhaps best known for his iconic role in “Magnum, P.I.,” the 78-year-old won a Golden Globe for his work on the television series in 1985. Also a movie star, some of his most popular films include “Mr. Baseball” and the “Three Men and a Baby” franchise.

In 2021, he made an appearance on the “Friends” reunion special on HBO Max. He played the boyfriend of Courtney Cox’s character, Monica, in the second season and made subsequent guest appearances.

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James Brolin

  • Net Worth: $50 Million

His net worth can’t compete with that of wife Barbra Streisand, but actor James Brolin is still among the richest celebrities over 70. The 82-year-old has enjoyed an impressive career that includes two Golden Globe wins for his work on the television series “Marcus Welby, M.D.” He also played a lead role on the CBS sitcom “Life in Pieces,” which debuted in 2015 and was canceled in May 2019 after four seasons.

He currently can be heard as the narrator on the Netflix fantasy series, “Sweet Tooth.”

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Chevy Chase

  • Net Worth: $50 Million

Chevy Chase has had an epic comedy career, starting on the debut cast of “Saturday Night Live” and then going on to act in legendary comedy films, including “Caddyshack” and the “Vacation” franchise.

The 79-year-old has about 100 acting credits, including a long run on “Community.” His latest project reunites him with former “Saturday Night Live” castmate Dan Aykroyd, with both appearing in “Zombie Town,” a film based on the novel by author R.L. Stine.

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Alice Cooper

  • Net Worth: $50 Million

Rock legend Alice Cooper had hits throughout the 1970s with songs like “I’m Eighteen” and “School’s Out.” With his band, Cooper was known for theatrical stage shows and is credited with inspiring the hard rock and metal bands that followed in its footsteps. Alice Cooper was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2011.

The 74-year-old has an ambitious 2023 schedule, traveling with the “Too Close For Comfort” tour.

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Shirley MacLaine

  • Net Worth: $50 Million

Actress Shirley MacLaine isn’t quite as rich as her younger brother, Warren Beatty, but the 88-year-old certainly qualifies as one of the wealthiest celebrities over 70.

She won an Oscar for her work on “Terms of Endearment” in 1983 and has starred in several other hits, including “Steel Magnolias.” Also an author, McLaine co-starred in the 2022 dark comedy “American Dreamer” and joined Hulu’s “Only Murders in the Building” in Season 2.

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Wayne Newton

  • Net Worth: $50 Million

Nicknamed “Mr. Las Vegas,” Wayne Newton is in his seventh decade of entertaining Vegas crowds. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Newton first headlined at the city’s Flamingo in 1963, and he’s got a lifetime’s worth of stories and songs to share. That’s what the 80-year-old is doing with his “Wayne Newton: Up Close and Personal” residency at the Flamingo, which will run throughout 2023, with 70 shows between January and July alone.

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Michael Caine

  • Net Worth: $60 million

Actor Michael Caine scored his first Oscar nomination in 1966 for the lead role in “Alfie” and went on to rack up five more nominations and two wins. The British-born Caine, who is now 89, underwent major back surgery in 2022, the New York Post reported.

He has transitioned to a career as an author. “And I also wrote a book, a couple of books, which were published and were successful. So, I’m now not an actor, I’m a writer, which is lovely because as an actor, you have to get up at half past 6 in the morning and go to the studio. As a writer, you can start writing without leaving the bed,” he said, according to People.

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Billy Crystal

  • Net Worth: $60 Million

Comedian, actor, writer and producer Billy Crystal got his big break with the 1970s sitcom “Soap” and went on to star in a number of hit films in the 1980s and ’90s including “City Slickers,” “When Harry Met Sally…” and “Analyze This.” He has won five Emmy Awards as well as a Tony Award for his Broadway show “700 Sundays.”

The 74-year-old continues to entertain and voices the character of Mike in the TV series “Monsters at Work.” He returned to Broadway in 2022 and starred in “Mr. Saturday Night,” based on a book he co-wrote.

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Ina Garten

  • Net Worth: $60 Million

Celebrity chef Ina Garten has published 13 cookbooks and has been a Food Network star for nearly two decades. The 74-year-old continues to star on the channel’s “Barefoot Contessa” series, which takes you into her Hamptons home as she cooks up her favorite recipes.

She also has been a columnist for House Beautiful, Martha Stewart Living and, O, the Oprah magazine. Her most recent book, “Go-To Dinners,” was released in October 2022.

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Rhea Perlman

  • Net Worth: $60 Million

Golden Globe nominee Rhea Perlman starred on the classic TV shows “Taxi” and “Cheers,” and her movie appearances include “Matilda,” “Canadian Bacon” and “Sing.” Perlman, who is 74, most recently appeared in the Netflix version of the Broadway show, “13: The Musical.”

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Martin Sheen

  • Net Worth: $60 Million

Born Ramón Antonio Gerard Estevez, Martin Sheen has become one of the most accomplished actors of our time with roles in the iconic films “Badlands,” “Apocalypse Now” and “The Departed,” along with the TV hit “The West Wing.” The 82-year-old has racked up over 250 acting credits over the course of his career and, most recently, spent seven seasons on “Grace and Frankie.”

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Warren Beatty

  • Net Worth: $70 Million

Hollywood icon Warren Beatty is remembered for several roles, including for his work as Clyde Barrow in “Bonnie and Clyde” and the title role in “Dick Tracy.” He also starred in notable films “Heaven Can Wait” and “Splendor in the Grass.”

Also skilled behind the camera, the 85-year-old won the Oscar for best director in 1981 for the film “Reds,” and he received the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award in 1999. The award is given to “creative producers whose bodies of work reflect a consistently high quality of motion picture production,” according to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

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Dan Rather

  • Net Worth: $70 Million

Famed newscaster Dan Rather enjoyed decades of success in front of the camera, which allows him to rank among the richest celebrities. During his 44-year tenure with CBS, the 91-year-old held several high-profile roles, including host of “CBS Evening News” from 1981 to 2005. Also an author, he released his newest book, “What Unites Us,” in 2017, and it was updated as a graphic novel in 2021. He continues to discuss current events on his Substack page, which is titled Steady.

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Patrick Stewart

  • Net Worth: $75 Million

Perhaps best known as Capt. Jean-Luc Picard on the long-running TV series “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” Patrick Stewart has had a successful acting career on both the big and small screen. The 82-year-old played Bosley in the 2019 “Charlie’s Angels” reboot and now is reprising his iconic “Star Trek” role in the spin-off series “Star Trek: Picard.” The series begins its third, and final, season on Paramount+ on Feb. 16.

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James Taylor

  • Net Worth: $80 Million

Singer-songwriter James Taylor had hits throughout the 1970s with songs like “You’ve Got a Friend,” “Fire and Rain” and “Handy Man.” Over his long career, he has won six Grammys in 19 nominations.

At 74, Taylor lives in The Berkshires in Massachusetts. He toured in 2021 with Jackson Browne and has a limited tour planned for 2023, which includes five Las Vegas shows.

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Dustin Hoffman Net Worth: $100 Million

  • Net Worth: $100 Million

Dustin Hoffman’s acting career remarkably has spanned parts of six decades; he’s starred in such notable films as “The Graduate,” “Midnight Cowboy,” “Rain Man” and “Tootsie.” The now 85-year-old stars in “Sam and Kate,” set for a Feb. 1 streaming release, and has signed on for Francis Ford Coppola’s big-budget “Megalopolis.”

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Diane Keaton

  • Net Worth: $100 Million

One of Hollywood’s biggest stars, actress Diane Keaton has a slew of hit films on her resume, including “Something’s Gotta Give” and “Father of the Bride.” The talented 76-year-old won an Oscar for her work on “Annie Hall” in 1977.

Now 77, she appeared in the comedy “Mack & Rita” in August 2022, and she’ll follow that this year with “Book Club: The Next Chapter,” due for a May release.

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Kurt Russell

  • Net Worth: $100 Million

Kurt Russell followed his father, Bing, into acting. As a tween, he appeared in “It Happened at the World’s Fair,” then Disney signed him to a 10-year contract in the mid-1960s, at which time he appeared in films including “The Barefoot Executive.” He won a Golden Globe for “Silkwood” in 1983, and later played legendary U.S. Olympic hockey coach Herb Brooks in “Miracle.”

In 2021, the 71-year-old appeared in “F9: The Fast Saga.” In July 2022, Variety reported that Russell and his son, Wyatt, had been added to the cast of the upcoming live-action series about Godzilla and the Titans from Apple.

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William Shatner

  • Net Worth: $100 Million

Best known as Captain Kirk on “Star Trek,” William Shatner has been acting since the early 1950s. The 91-year-old “Boston Public” actor is still going strong with several projects, including the 2021 film “Senior Moment” and a voice role in 2022’s animated “Fireheart.”

He also served as the longtime spokesman for discount travel site Priceline.com.

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Bill Clinton

  • Net Worth: $120 Million

The 42nd president of the United States, Bill Clinton served as commander-in-chief from 1993 to 2001. Just after he left the White House, Clinton received an advance of more than $10 million for the worldwide rights to his memoir, which The New York Times said was believed to be the largest amount ever for a nonfiction book at that time.[x] The 76-year-old also is a popular public speaker, commanding up to $750,000 for a single speech, according to the Los Angeles Times. Along with his wife, Hillary Clinton, he collected $153 million in paid speech earnings from 2001 until she launched her presidential campaign in 2015, according to CNN.

Today, he is the founder and board chair of the Clinton Foundation, which works on health, wellness and economic issues, as well as opportunities for girls and women, across the globe.

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Mark Harmon

  • Net Worth: $120 Million

Mark Harmon played quarterback at UCLA in the 1972 and ’73 seasons before stumbling into an acting career that has lasted nearly a half-century. During the lean times, he supplemented his acting income as a roofer until he got his break and was cast on “St. Elsewhere.” He later went on to a part on “Chicago Hope,” and he played Leroy Jethro Gibbs on the long-running “NCIS” from 2003-21. His movie roles include 2003’s “Freaky Friday.”

The 70-year-old Harmon has been married to actress Pam Dawber since 1987.

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Stevie Nicks

  • Net Worth: $120 Million

Legendary singer-songwriter Stevie Nicks rose to fame as a member of Fleetwood Mac, whose 1977 album, “Rumours,” was one of the bestselling albums of all time. Nicks also had a successful solo career, and her work with the band and as a solo artist has earned her a total of 15 Grammy nominations and two wins. The 74-year-old toured with Fleetwood Mac in 2019.

This year, Nicks is set to embark on a solo tour as well as a separate tour with another music icon, Billy Joel, performing in major U.S. stadiums.

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Al Pacino

  • Net Worth: $120 Million

Eight-time Oscar-nominated actor Al Pacino got his breakout role in 1972 as Michael Corleone in “The Godfather,” and the 82-year-old has continued to appear on the silver screen for parts of five more decades. The 1992 Oscar winner for “Scent of a Woman,” Pacino starred in “The Irishman” in 2019, followed it up with “Sniff,” and has been cast in the upcoming “Billy Knight.”

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Steven Tyler

  • Net Worth: $150 million

Steven Tyler –born Steven Tallarico — has made his millions as a member of the rock band Aerosmith. He has won four Grammy Awards and had eight top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart as a member of the band, and was also briefly an “American Idol” judge.

In September 2019, the 74-year-old rocker kicked off a Las Vegas residency with his bandmates at The Park Theater, and it later was put on hold because of the coronavirus pandemic. The band was set to restart the residency in 2022 but it was delayed when Tyler went to rehab following a relapse after 10 years of sobriety, People reported.

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Martin Scorsese

  • Net Worth: $200 million

A man of many talents, Martin Scorsese has enjoyed tremendous success in Hollywood as a director, producer and actor.

One of Hollywood’s richest directors, the 80-year-old won the Oscar for best director in 1995 for his work on “The Departed.” He most recently directed “The Irishman” in 2019 and his $200 million “Killers of the Flower Moon,” which features Academy Award winners Leonardo Dicaprio and Robert DeNiro, is due out this year.

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Tony Bennett

  • Net Worth: $200 Million

Crooner Tony Bennett is one of the richest celebrities, his money made over 70 years on stage. At 96, the “I Left My Heart in San Francisco” singer is well-known to younger fans, thanks to his collaborations with artists such as Lady Gaga and the late Amy Winehouse that made him a cross-generational hit.

In August 2021, Bennett’s son and manager, Danny Bennett, announced the cancellation of his father’s remaining tour dates and said he was retiring under doctor’s orders. His final album, “Love For Sale,” was released in October 2021. The duet album with Lady Gaga won the Grammy for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. In his long career, Bennett was nominated for 41 Grammys, winning 19.

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Jane Fonda

  • Net Worth: $200 Million

Already one of the richest celebrities over 70, retirement hasn’t been on actress Jane Fonda’s agenda. The 85-year-old starred Netflix original series “Grace and Frankie,” which recently wrapped after seven seasons. Also a fitness guru, she’s been starring in workout videos since 1978, and people continue to follow her exercises.

Fonda announced in December that she was in remission following treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

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Robert Plant

  • Net Worth: $200 Million

Robert Plant rocked the world as a singer and songwriter for the band Led Zeppelin, whose unique sound captivated audiences throughout the 1970s. The band broke up in 1980 upon the death of drummer John Bonham, and Plant began a solo career two years later.

Later, he collaborated with his Led Zeppelin bandmate, Jimmy Page, as well as singer Alison Kraus. Now 74, Plant recently hosted the podcast “Digging Deep with Robert Plant.”

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Robert Redford

  • Net Worth: $200 Million

Robert Redford has starred in films such as “All the President’s Men,” “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid,” “The Way We Were,” “Indecent Proposal” and “Out of Africa,” but he’s more than just an actor. The avid environmentalist, now 86, founded the Sundance Institute — a nonprofit that works to develop new artists and audiences — in 1981. He opened the Sundance Mountain Resort in Utah in 1969 and sold it in 2020 for an undisclosed amount.

Redford has said he plans to lessen his workload by giving up acting, but he remains interested in producing and directing.

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Morgan Freeman

  • Net Worth: $250 Million

An actor with a hugely popular and disctinctive voice, Oscar winner Morgan Freeman has been entertaining audiences for decades.

Some of the 85-year-old star’s most popular films include “Million Dollar Baby,” “Invictus,” “The Shawshank Redemption” and “Driving Miss Daisy.” Still working hard, he appeared in “The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard” in 2021 and has more projects in the pipeline.

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Diana Ross

  • Net Worth: $250 Million

One of the most successful celebrities over 70 — and ever — singer Diana Ross has earned r-e-s-p-e-c-t for her career that just won’t quit.

Still performing at age 78, she rose to fame as the lead singer of the Supremes and went on to enjoy massive success as a solo artist, scoring six No. 1 hits, including “Upside Down.” She toured in 2022.

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Phil Collins

  • Net Worth: $350 Million

In 1970, Phil Collins answered an ad in an English newspaper from a band seeking a drummer and backup singer. He was hired, and the band was Genesis. Five years later, he became the lead singer when Peter Gabriel went solo – something Collins himself did in 1981 while still performing with Genesis. In 2022,Collins and two fellow members of Genesis sold their music rights from the group and their individual careers for more than $300 million, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Today, at 71, Collins has slowed down because of health issues. His daughter, Lily Collins, is the star of Netflix’s “Emily in Paris.”

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Cher

  • Net Worth: $360 Million

Cher is a music legend with 26 studio albums to her name. The “Believe” singer has scored four No. 1 hits as a solo artist and another from her iconic duet with ex-husband Sony Bono “I Got You Babe.” The 76-year-old is an actress with credits including “Mermaids,” “Burlesque” and the 2018 film “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.”

Despite going on a farewell tour in 2002, Cher hasn’t stopped performing. In fact, she tweeted on Jan. 12 that she was looking toward a residency starting this summer, with August targeted. When a fan asked if she’d be putting out a new album, she responded, “Work’n.”

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Clint Eastwood

  • Net Worth: $375 Million

Actor, director and producer Clint Eastwood has been a Hollywood fixture since the 1950s. He’s won four Oscars, including both the best picture and directing awards for “Unforgiven” and “Million Dollar Baby.”

The 92-year-old directed and produced 2019’s “Richard Jewell,” and he directed and starred in “Cry Macho,” a 2021 release. Away from the entertainment interest, he served two years as mayor of Carmel, California, in the 1980s.

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Jack Nicholson

  • Net Worth: $400 Million

Actor Jack Nicholson has starred in notable films spanning decades, including 1975’s “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest,” 1997’s “As Good as It Gets” and 2006’s “The Departed.” The 85-year-old has earned a number of awards and nominations over the years, including a dozen Academy Award nominations. He’s won the Oscar three times.

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Barbra Streisand

  • Net Worth: $400 million

A music industry icon, Barbra Streisand earned $46 million on a 14-show tour in 2016, according to Forbes. The “Woman in Love” singer is the only artist in history to have a No. 1 album in six consecutive decades. Also a talented actress, the 80-year-old has starred in several films, including “A Star Is Born,” “The Way We Were” and “Meet the Fockers,” and she won the first of her two Academy Awards for “Funny Girl” in 1969. By that time, she was experienced at the award shows, having won two Grammys and an Emmy before turning 25.

Streisand was the first woman to write, direct, produce and star in a major studio film with “Yentl.”

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Judith Sheindlin

  • Net Worth: $480 million

At 80, Judith Sheindlin isn’t slowing down. After spending 25 years as television’s “Judge Judy,” she now holds court on “Judy Justice,” which airs on Amazon’s Freevee. In the final years of “Judge Judy,” Sheindlin made $47 million per year, and in 2017, she sold her option for her library of episodes to CBS for $100 million, Forbes reported. The publication ranked her No. 59 on its 2022 list of America’s Richest Self-Made Women with a net worth of $480 million.

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Robert De Niro

  • Net Worth: $500 Million

Legendary actor Robert De Niro has amassed a fortune starring in more than 120 films, including “The Godfather: Part II,” “Meet the Parents” and “Taxi Driver.”

Also an accomplished businessman, the 79-year-old is making serious dough in the food industry. He co-founded the Nobu Brand of restaurants and hotels and has an ownership stake in several other restaurants.

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Dolly Parton

  • Net Worth: $650 Million

One of the highest-paid country music stars, Dolly Parton once reigned atop the list of richest celebrities of any age. In 2017 alone, she earned $37 million, according to Forbes. The “Islands in the Stream” singer, now 76, still performs and has had her own theme park Dollywood since 1986. Also an actress, she’s starred in several films, including “Steel Magnolias” and “9 to 5.”

More recently, she entered the perfume business. Her fragrance, “Dolly: Scent from Above,” went on sale in August 2021.

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Paul McCartney

  • Net Worth: $1.2 Billion

He’s best known as a member of the Beatles, but Paul McCartney has enjoyed massive success as a solo artist and with Paul McCartney and Wings since the Beatles split in 1970. At 80, the “Band on the Run” singer most recently toured in 2022 and released four albums in 2019.

Forbes reported that his 2019 tour grossed more than $100 million – the 11th most of any act that year.

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Diane Von Furstenberg

  • Net Worth: $1.2 Billion

Iconic fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg famously created the wrap dress in 1974. The founder and chairman of her eponymous fashion house closed all but one of her stores in 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic as the company shifts to an e-commerce model.

Along with Barry Diller, her billionaire businessman husband, the 76-year-old philanthropist has vowed to give 99% of her fortune to charitable causes.

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Michael Bloomberg

  • Net Worth: $77 Billion

In 1981, Michael Bloomberg founded the financial and information media company Bloomberg LP, and he still owns 88% of the business. The 80-year-old also served three terms as mayor of New York City and made an unsuccessful bid in the 2020 presidential election.

He’s not just one of the richest celebrities; he has committed 99% of his wealth to charity, making him also one of the most generous. Forbes estimates his net worth at $77 billion, which makes him one of the 15 wealthiest people in the world.

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Warren Buffett

  • Net Worth: $107 Billion

Largely considered the greatest investor of all time, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett tops the list of richest celebrities over 70. Also a major philanthropist, the 91-year-old launched The Giving Pledge with Bill and Melinda Gates in 2010 and has vowed to give 99% of his wealth to charitable causes.

Despite being one of the richest people in the world, Buffett continues to live in the home he bought for $31,500 in Omaha, Nebraska, 65 years ago. That’s according to Forbes, which pegs his net worth at $107 billion.

Jami Farkas, Andrew Lisa and Gabrielle Olya contributed to the reporting for this article.

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