$65 million could pay for all the programs of the Actors Fund nationwide for nearly two and a half years, or provide needy industry professionals with financial assistance for 26 years (according to the Actors Fund).
$65 million could wipe out the student loan debt of 2,708 actors graduating from college (assuming an average debt of $24,000, according to the Project on Student Debt).
$65 million could finance 3,611 Off-Off-Broadway shows, providing jobs for 18,055 actors, paying them a total of $4,875,000 (according to the New York Innovative Theatre Foundation).
$65 million could pay for 2,561 actors to each rent a studio apartment in Manhattan for a year (according to the Real Estate Group NY) or 4,252 actors to each rent a one-bedroom apartment in Los Angeles for a year (according to RentJungle.com).
$65 million would be enough to give $1,630 to every single professional actor in America (according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics).
$65 million could pay the basic annual dues for every member of the Screen Actors Guild for nearly four and a half years (according to SAG).
$65 million could pay the basic annual dues for every member of Actors' Equity Association for nearly 11½ years (according to
$65 million could pay the initiation fee and minimum dues for 39,065 actors to join the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (according to AFTRA).
$65 million would buy combined print and online subscriptions to Back Stage ($195 per year) for 333,333 actors.