Forbes magazine has calculated which gentlemen have amassed the most cash in the entertainment industry, from May 2010 to May 2011.
Top 10 Highest-Paid Men in Entertainment
$75 millionWoods has struggled on — and off — the golf course since his 2009 personal problems but he's still the world's best-paid athlete.
$76 millionStern has renewed with SiriusXM satellite radio through 2015 but analysts estimate he took a 20 percent cut on his new deal.
$77 millionDiCaprio is the only actor to make our list thanks to two big movies in 2010: "Shutter Island" and "Inception," which combined grossed $1.1 billion worldwide.
$80 millionDr. Phil is the most successful of Oprah's proteges. He's started creating his own little empire with a spin-off show called "The Doctors," which is produced by his son Jay.
$84 millionWriter Patterson oversaw 20 best-selling books in 2010 alone. He works with a rotating group of co-authors to churn out books in his "Alex Cross" and "Women's Murder Club" series.
$100 millionJohn's most recent tour grossed $204 million in 12 months.
$107 millionSpielberg will compete against himself this fall at the box office with the films "War Horse" and "The Adventures of Tintin."
$113 millionBruckheimer had another hit this summer, with the fourth installment of the "Pirates of the Caribbean," which earned $1 billion worldwide.
$130 millionPerry makes big money from his TV shows ("Meet the Browns" and "House of Payne") as well as his movies.He'll take on the role of detective Alex Cross in a big screen adaptation of the James Patterson books.Source: Forbes.com