Modern Family‘s Sofia Vergara edged out Kim Kardashian as the highest-earning woman in U.S. television, taking in $19 million for the past 12 months on a list released by Forbes.
The Colombian-born stunner took the No. 1 spot thanks to her Emmy Award-winning role on the ABC sitcom, a clothing line, endorsement deals and her partnership role in Latin World Entertainment, an entertainment company that Forbes said “was poised to become a new media powerhouse.”
The 40-year-old actress beat out Kim, who came in second, earning an estimated $18 million from her reality TV series, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, a clothing line, endorsement deals, a huge Twitter and media presence augmented by a recent romance with singer Kanye West, Forbes said.
Eva Longoria came in third with her role on Desperate Housewives, which ended this year, endorsement deals and sales of a cookbook, two fragrances and a sprinkling of small movie roles.
Fellow Desperate Housewives actress Felicity Huffman also made the top ten, earning $9 million.
Comedian Tina Fey, creator and star of NBC comedy 30 Rock was ranked at No. 6, earning an estimated $11 million.