Seth Rogen Tops Forbes' List Of Hardest-Working Actors

Seth Rogen attends the premiere of 'Funny People' in Hollywood on July 20, 2009 Seth Rogen attends the premiere of 'Funny People' in Hollywood on July 20, 2009

Hollywood stars may earn millions, but according to Forbes, there are at least 10 who work hard for their money.

In a ranking of stars who had leading roles in the most films over the last five years, none were also on the mag’s highest-earning list — but thanks to their top-grossing films, all are household names.

Seth Rogen ranked No. 1 on the list, with 10 films that earned a total of $892 million over the last five years.

The comedian’s releases in that time included “Superbad,” “Knocked Up,” “Pineapple Express,” Observe and Report,” “Funny People” and “Zach and Miri Make a Porno.”

No. 2 was Morgan Freeman, whose work has included “The Dark Knight,” “Batman Begins” and “Invictus,” for which he earned an Oscar nomination. His nine films over five years earned $1.168 billion.

At No. 3 was Matt Damon, who starred in “Invictus,” as well as films such as “The Bourne Ultimatum” and “The Departed.” He made a total of eight films, which earned $696 million.

Another comedian, Will Ferrell, landed at No. 4, with eight films grossing a total of $607 million – from sports spoofs such as “Blades of Glory” and “Semi-Pro” to the more serious “Stranger Than Fiction.”

Resurgent star Robert Downey Jr. rounded out the top five with seven films and a total of $788 million, including “Iron Man,” “Tropic Thunder” and “The Soloist.” His latest, “Iron Man 2,” is due May 7.

Rounding out the top 10 were Samuel L. Jackson (seven films/$700 million), Sandra Bullock (seven films/$655 million), Meryl Streep (seven films/$547 million), Shia LaBeouf (six films/$1.3 billion) and Christian Bale (six films/$1 billion).

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