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Box Office Star Records > Domestic > Per Year Acting > Top Domestic 1987 Stars

Highest Grossing Stars of 1987 at the Domestic Box Office (Rank 101-200)


See also: Top Domestic 2013 Stars - Top Domestic 2014 Stars - Top Domestic 2015 Stars - Top Domestic 2016 Stars - Top Domestic 2017 Stars - Top Domestic 2018 Stars

This list shows the highest grossing stars of 1987 based on the domestic box office of the movies they had a leading role in in 1987 and the two preceeding years (voice-only roles excluded).

The Star Score in this list represent points assigned to each of the leading stars of top 100 (based on domestic box office) movies in the current year and two preceding years. For appearing in the number one movie in a year a star gets 100 points, the number two movie 99 points and so on. This rewards actors for appearing in a number of hit films over the course of three years more than starring in just one monster hit over the same time period.

Top Domestic 1986 Stars Top Domestic 1988 Stars
Rank Name Star
Score
Movies Average
Billing
101 Raul Julia 63 1 3.0
102 Rita Wilson 58 1 2.0
103 Helena Bonham Carter 58 1 5.0
104 Julian Sands 58 1 6.0
105 William Katt 55 1 1.0
106 Ilan Mitchell-Smith 50 1 2.0
107 Robert Downey, Jr. 50 2 2.5
108 Kelly LeBrock 50 1 3.0
109 Charles Bronson 49 1 10.0
110 Meg Ryan 48 1 10.0
111 Sharon Stone 48 1 10.0
112 Eugene Levy 48 1 10.0
113 Martin Sheen 45 1 10.0
114 River Phoenix 44 1 10.0
115 Helen Mirren 44 1 10.0
116 John Travolta 36 1 10.0
117 Richard Gere 36 1 10.0
118 Ashley Laurence 33 1 1.0
119 Dustin Hoffman 32 1 10.0
120 Donald Pleasance 31 1 10.0
121 Griffin Dunne 27 1 10.0
122 Michael Dudikoff 24 1 10.0
123 Jami Gertz 23 1 2.0
124 Mimi Rogers 17 1 2.0

The Average Billing column contains the average billing position of this cast/crew member for the selected films.

The Domestic Market is defined as the North American movie territory (consisting of the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico and Guam).

This table is updated daily to reflect the latest studio reports.

Note: This chart is not adjusted for inflation.

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