Moses Chan is the highest paid star in TVB, earning RM16mil a year


(From left) Moses Chan, Kenneth Ma and Vincent Wong. Photos: Moses Chan, Kenneth Ma and Vincent Wong/Instagram

It pays to be loyal to a company it seems. Ask Moses Chan who has stayed with TVB for the last 20 years despite offers from China.

And for his loyalty, the Hong Kong broadcaster reportedly pays the 50-year-old actor HK$30mil (RM16.3mil) a year. Chan obviously earns more than that as his salary from TVB is not inclusive of his endorsement deals and other job offers.

Needless to say, he is the top paid star in TVB.

Coming in second is Kenneth Ma who earns HK$8mil (RM4.4mil) a year from TVB, according to Hong Kong media. The 47-year-old's popularity skyrocketed after starring in the hit series The Exorcist's Meter.

After the cheating scandal involving his former girlfriend Jacqueline Wong, Ma's popularity has also increased with more brands approaching the actor to star in their ads.

Vincent Wong, 38, is in third place with a reported earning of HK$6mil (RM3.3mil). The actor splits his time between Hong Kong and China where he has opened his own studio.

Tying at fourth position are Wayne Lai and Ruco Chan, who each brings home HK$5mil (RM2.7mil).

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