'Two and a Half Men' star Becomes Richest Kid on TVYou may only know Angus T. Jones as "the half" from CBS' 'Two and a Half Men,' but that likely doesn't faze him now that he's filthy rich. Jones, who turned 17 on Friday, became the highest paid kid on TV after he signed a 26-episode deal worth $300,000 per episode and $7.8 million guaranteed total for the next two seasons. Oh, and he also got a $500,000 signing bonus, TMZ reports.

That's not all the "half" could earn, however, since that deal just includes the guaranteed money. In the end, Jones could rake in $14.8 million from two full-season orders of 48 episodes.

However, that's nothing compared to what his leading co-stars got. Charlie Sheen signed a $52 million deal for the next two seasons, while Jon Cryer is making a little more than half of that.