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The Top 5 Celebrities Who, Even After Their Death Continue To Earn Millions Of Dollars!!

 

It is to be believed that these celebrities are immortal. Despite having been torn from the affection of their respective families, these stars continue to make a fortune in the showbiz industry through their works.

1- Bob Marley

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Died since May 1981, his fortune continues to climb. Indeed thanks to its 75 million albums sold and its various derivative products, the king of reggae has amassed 21 million dollars. Over the past 20 years, Bob Marley has sold more than 75 million albums , his best-of- Legend , with the Wailers , being the best-selling reggae album of all time.

2-Albert Einstein

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Died at 76 on April 18, 1955, the scientist is still famous thanks to his posters, t-shirts and other products to his effigy that brought him in 2016, $ 11.5 million.

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3-Michael Jackson (2009)

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His second posthumous album Xscape, his permanent show in Las Vegas, his shows of Cirque du Soleil Immortal and One, the catalog of his songs Mijac Musique and the rights of the empire Sony / ATV are the main recipes of his colossal fortune. $ 825 million to be more specific.

4-Charles Schulz

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Died of colon cancer in 2000, Charles Schulz, the creator of Charlie Brown and his dog Snoopy continues to make millions with his characters, with still more than $ 48 million.

5 Elvis Presley

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Elvis drew his bow from the aftermath of a heart attack in August 1977. Today’s 40 years and the recipes are still extraordinary. $ 27 million, thanks to revenues from its Graceland home-museum, Memphis and its other promotional products. It brings together nearly 13 million fans on its Facebook page. It’s incredible.

 

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