#31. With a name like Meatloaf, what do you really expect? After being sued by a former musical partner, the songwriter declared bankruptcy in the 1980’s.
#32. Woah – Wayne Newton, who was once named one of the highest-paid performers, had to file for bankruptcy in 1992 due to a debt of over $20 million! Not that I’m one to judge a shopaholic, but what do you even spend that on that isn’t expendable!?
#33. Mark Twain, the nom de plume of one of the most famous American writers, had to file for bankruptcy back in the day, after an investment-gone-bad.
#34. Larry King got really lucky: in 1978, he had to declare bankruptcy… but, that same year, he was offered the show that made him an absolute fixture in entertainment and news ever since! He was clear of his debt in no time.
#35. Burt Reynolds was once a pretty big deal, but in the 1970’s, following a pricey divorce, he was a whopping $10 million in debt!