Study: Hollywood Female Stars Paid Way Less After 34

from As female movie stars get older, their compensation dips rapidly on average, unlike their male counterparts, a study says. Female movie stars make the most money per film when they are 34 years old, but their earnings quickly decline after that age, according to a study published Wednesday in the Journal of Management Inquiry. Male movie stars peak in their earnings per film at age 51, and their compensation steadily increases over time… Tina Fey joked at this year’s Golden Globe Awards that Streep proved “there are still great parts in Hollywood for Meryl Streeps over 60.

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