Sofia Vergara is on the cover of Forbes‘ latest issue as the top-earning woman on television, taking in over 19 million dollars in the past year.
Sofia Vergara is the only Hispanic actress who started her career in a U.S. Hispanic Network and successfully crossed over to the general market.
This Emmy nominated actress plays Gloria Delgado-Pritchett on ABC’s six-time EMMY award winning series, “Modern Family,” and can currently be seen Wednesdays at 9PM EST. This year she also voiced the role of ‘Carmen’ in the 3D sequel of Warner Bros “Happy Feet 2,” and participated in one of the most anticipated films of 2011 Columbia Picture’s “The Smurfs.”
Throughout her career, Sofia participated in TV shows such as “Hot Properties,” “Entourage,” “The Knights of Prosperities,” and in the films “Four Brothers,” “Lords of Dogtown” and Tyler Perry’s box office sensations “Meet the Browns” and “Madea Goes to Jail.” In the spring of 2009, Sofia took over the stage in New York City when she debuted on Broadway’s “Chicago” as ‘Mama Morton.’