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Shia LaBeouf and Anne Hathaway have been voted Hollywood best value for money

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Forbes magazine have released their annual list of "Hollywood's Best Actors for the Buck". Shia LaBeouf topped the poll for the second year in a row while Anne Hathaway came in at number two.

Shia LaBeouf started his acting career at the tender age of 12 and made himself a household name through his roles in "Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen", with Megan Fox, and "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" alongside Harrison Ford.

La Beouf's two top movies made a fortune in the box office. The second "Transformers" movie earned $833 million in 2009 and the fourth "Indian Jones" took in $709 million in 2008. Forbes calculated that for every dollar that they paid LaBeouf the studio made $81 profit. What a great investment.

Academy Award-nominated Hathaway's value for money is much the same. For every dollar the studios paid her, for "Alice in Wonderland" and "Bride Wars" they made $64.

Daniel Radcliffe of "Harry Potter" fame, Robert Downey Jr ("Sherlock Holmes"), Cate Blanchett ("Robin Hood") also got into the top five.


Here's the complete list -

   1. Shia LaBeouf - $81
   2. Anne Hathaway - $64
   3. Daniel Radcliffe - $61
   4. Robert Downey Jr. - $33
   5. Cate Blanchett - $27
   6. Jennifer Aniston( tied) - $21
   7. Meryl Streep (tied) - $21
   8. Johnny Depp - $18
   9. Nicolas Cage - $17
  10. Sarah Jessica Parker - $17
 

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