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Box Office Star Records > Domestic > Per Year Acting > Top Domestic 2015 Stars

Highest Grossing Stars of 2015 at the Domestic Box Office (Rank 101-200)


See also: Top Domestic 2013 Stars - Top Domestic 2017 Stars - Top Domestic 2018 Stars - Top International 2015 Stars - Top Worldwide 2015 Stars

This list shows the highest grossing stars of 2015 based on the domestic box office of the movies they had a leading role in in 2015 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 2014 Stars Top Domestic 2016 Stars
Rank Name Star
Score
Movies Average
Billing
101 Anthony Mackie 103 4 4.5
102 David Koechner 103 2 4.5
103 Keira Knightley 102 2 3.0
104 Morris Chestnut 101 2 2.0
105 Sanaa Lathan 101 2 3.0
106 Armie Hammer 100 2 2.0
107 Sienna Miller 100 1 2.0
108 Helen Mirren 100 3 2.3
109 Daisy Ridley 100 1 5.0
110 John Boyega 100 1 6.0
111 Gwyneth Paltrow 99 1 2.0
112 Don Cheadle 99 1 3.0
113 Guy Pearce 99 1 4.0
114 James Spader 98 1 7.0
115 Elizabeth Olsen 98 1 11.0
116 Sebastian Stan 97 1 3.0
117 Jason Statham 96 2 2.5
118 Michael Shannon 96 1 3.0
119 Steve Coogan 96 2 4.0
120 Nicholas Hoult 95 2 1.0
121 Zach Galifianakis 95 2 2.5
122 Ken Jeong 95 2 6.0
123 Simon Pegg 94 2 3.5
124 Angelina Jolie Pitt 93 1 1.0
125 Kevin Costner 93 5 1.2
126 Taraji P. Henson 93 2 3.5
127 Arnold Schwarzenegger 93 3 6.7
128 Matthew McConaughey 92 2 1.0
129 Lily James 92 1 1.0
130 Michelle Rodriguez 92 1 2.0
131 James McAvoy 92 1 2.0
132 Michael Fassbender 92 1 3.0
133 Patrick Stewart 92 1 4.0
134 Odeya Rush 92 2 4.0
135 Ian McKellen 92 1 7.0
136 Jordana Brewster 92 1 7.0
137 Daniel Craig 91 1 1.0
138 Lea Seydoux 91 1 3.0
139 Rachel Weisz 91 1 3.0
140 Ben Whishaw 91 1 4.0
141 Michelle Williams 91 1 4.0
142 Naomi Harris 91 1 5.0
143 Zach Braff 91 1 5.0
144 Joey King 91 1 7.0
145 Monica Bellucci 91 1 7.0
146 Ralph Fiennes 91 1 8.0
147 Andrew Scott 91 1 9.0
148 John Cho 90 1 1.0
149 Andy Serkis 90 1 1.0
150 Alice Eve 90 1 3.0
151 Zachary Quinto 90 1 8.0
152 Karl Urban 90 1 9.0
153 Anna Kendrick 89 1 1.0
154 Andrew Garfield 89 1 1.0
155 Natalie Portman 89 1 2.0
156 Anna Camp 89 1 5.0
157 Brittany Snow 89 1 6.0
158 Christopher Eccleston 89 1 7.0
159 Elizabeth Banks 89 1 8.0
160 Ester Dean 89 1 9.0
161 Alexis Knapp 89 1 10.0
162 Jaimie Alexander 89 1 13.0
163 Jude Law 88 2 1.5
164 Evangeline Lilly 87 1 2.0
165 Ryan Gosling 87 2 3.0
166 Rosamund Pike 87 2 4.0
167 Bobby Cannavale 87 1 4.0
168 Pete Ploszek 86 1 1.0
169 Alan Ritchson 86 1 2.0
170 Jeremy Howard 86 1 3.0
171 Noel Fisher 86 1 4.0
172 Tohoru Masamune 86 1 5.0
173 Zac Efron 85 2 1.5
174 Emma Roberts 85 1 4.0
175 Bill Murray 84 2 2.0
176 Jamie Dornan 84 1 2.0
177 Amy Adams 84 1 2.0
178 Charlie Hunnam 84 2 2.5
179 Ben Affleck 83 1 1.0
180 Tina Fey 83 2 2.0
181 Tobey Maguire 83 1 2.0
182 Rachel McAdams 83 2 3.0
183 Carey Mulligan 83 1 4.0
184 Elizabeth Debicki 83 1 6.0
185 O'Shea Jackson, Jr. 82 1 1.0
186 Vera Farmiga 82 1 1.0
187 Corey Hawkins 82 1 2.0
188 Jason Mitchell 82 1 3.0
189 Neil Brown, Jr. 82 1 4.0
190 Aldis Hodge 82 1 5.0
191 Ice Cube 80 1 1.0
192 Chris Rock 80 1 3.0
193 David Spade 80 1 4.0
194 Hugh Keays-Byrne 80 1 4.0
195 Salma Hayek 80 1 5.0
196 Maya Rudolph 80 1 6.0
197 Maria Bello 80 1 7.0
198 Cameron Diaz 79 2 1.5
199 Linda Cardellini 79 1 3.0
200 Colin Firth 76 1 1.0

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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