Published: Oct 22, 2011
Celeb World Records: 2012 Guinness Lists Hugh Laurie As Highest Paid TV Actor
by Staff

Celeb world records; 2012 Guinness recod book lists Hugh Laurie as highest paid TV actor. Find out why celebs like Ozzy Osbourne, Lady Gaga & Johnny Depp hold records.

It's no secret that celebrities are often the most, the best, the biggest, the loudest and other superlatives. But were you aware that some of them actually hold Guinness World Records for these feats?

Hugh Laurie: TV's Dr. House tends not to make friends so easily, but the man behind the character had little problem attracting the attention of the Guinness people.

Laurie has been listed in the 2012 Guinness Book Of World Records as the highest paid actor in a TV Drama—earning $700,000.

Source: Wonderwall

Additional Guinness World Record Holders

Lady Gaga, Guinness Most Twitter Followers

Royal Wedding Guinness Record

Johnny Depp Is 2012 Guinness Highest Paid Actor

Rihanna 2012 Guinness Record For Most No.1 Singles In A Year

Justin Bieber Guinness Record For Baby Video

Glee Guinness Record For Most Hit Singles In A Year

Samuel L Jackson Guinness Highest-Grossing Actor At $7.2B

Adeles 2012 Triple Guinness Record

Taylor Swift 2012 Guinness Record x 2

Willow Smith Guinness Record, Nicki Minaj Fireball Collaboration

Madonna Guiness Record For Top-Selling Female, Evita Costumes

Angus T. Jones Guinness Record, Highest-Paid Child Star

Miranda Cosgrove Guinness Record, Bus Crash

Regis Philbin Guinness Record, Retiring

Ozzy Osbourne Guinness Record For Loudest Scream

Michael Jackson Thriller Guinness Record Best-Selling Album, Most Grammys

Debbie Gibson Still Holds Guinness Record

Susan Boyle in Guinness; Triple World Record-Breaker

2012 Guinness Lists Hugh Laurie As Highest Paid TV Actor

J.K. Rowling Guinness 2012 Shout-Out

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