Forbes magazine released is list of the world's highest-paid comedians in 2017, and the Snatched star nabbed the No. 5 spot, pulling in over $37 million. Schumer is the only woman on the list and grossed nearly $10 million less than Dave Chappelle, who came in at No. 4 with $47 million. It's Jerry Seinfeld, however, who is the highest-paid comedian of all, earning $69 million. Chris Rock placed second with $57 million and Louis C.K. takes the No. 3 spot with $52 million.
Just behind Schumer is Kevin Hart, who made an estimated $32.5 million. Rounding out the top 10 list is Jim Gaffigan ($30.5 million), Terry Fator ($18.5 million), Jeff Dunham ($15.5 million) and Sebastian Maniscalco ($15 million).
Forbes came up with the results by evaluating touring numbers as well as the comedians' television and film projects, business ventures and endorsement deals. The estimates are pretax income from June 1, 2016 to June 1, 2017.
Schumer, 36, is sure to have a laugh about being above Hart on the list as the two have had a hilarious back-and-forth since she headed up the MTV Movie Awards in 2015. Ahead of hosting, Schumer dished to ET about how she planned on roasting Hart at the awards show.
"Kevin Hart should be the most afraid, but I did give him a heads up. I just thought it'd be funny to go after him super hard," Schumer said, before making a joke about the 38-year-old comedian's movie, Get Hard. "I want to see Get Hart -- a movie that teaches you how to survive seeing a Kevin Hart movie."
Schumer does have a lot of love for her community of comedians. Here's a look at when she attended a New York Knicks game with Rock and Saturday Night Live stars Leslie Jones, Michael Che and Colin Jost.