The Caribbean Islands are small, but there are many celebrities raking in the big bucks.
The list for the richest celebrities’ is based on upfront pay, profit participation, residuals, endorsements and advertising work.

Here is the list of the top 11:

Number 11

Selita Ebanks – Net worth $8 Million

Profession: Model/Actress
Country: Cayman Island

Selita Ebanks has earned her net worth as a fashion model for Victoria’s Secret and her appearances on various television series, as well as a music video. She has appeared in magazines such as the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue,Vogue, and Glamour.

Number 10

Jimmy Cliff – Net worth $10 Million

Profession: Musician
Country: Jamaica
With a long spanning career, Jimmy has earned his net worth through his many hit singles such as “Wonderful World, Beautiful People,” “Wild World,” “Reggae Night” and more.

Number 9

Ziggy Marley – Net worth $10 Million

Profession: Musician and Singer

Country: Jamaica

Ziggy Marley gained his net worth by being the leader of the band called Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers. In 2003 he debuted his solo album and has since released four other albums.

He also owns the independent record company Tuff Gong Worldwide.

Number 8

Sean Paul – Net Worth $11 Million

Profession: Singer
Country: Jamaica

This Grammy award winner has had a lot of number #1 albums over the years. His most recent albums Tomahawk Technique (2012) and Full Frequency(2013) were successful. Sean Paul has a huge fan base mostly in Europe and his concerts are always “sold out”

Number 7

Rohan Marley – Net worth $20 Million

Profession: Former Athlete / Entrepreneur
Country: Jamaica

Marley the son of Bob Marley, surprisingly did not earn his riches from singing, but from being a line-backer for the University of Miami. He also played professional football in the Canadian Football League with the now defunct Ottawa Rough Riders.

As an Entrepreneur he co-founded Marley Coffee, an organic coffee plantation, which went public in 2011. In January 2012, Marley advertised a new ‘House of Marley’ range of eco-friendly headphones at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.