She is the Best Actress Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence, who came in second with $26 million, and pushed Kristen Stewart of the "Twilight" series, who top up the list last year, into third place with earnings of $22 million.
"Hollywood hasn't shied far from Jolie. She's still one of the some actresses who can demand a paycheck north of $15 million for the right movie - like Disney's retelling of the old Sleeping Beauty story, Maleficent," reporter Dorothy Pomerantz, wrote on Forbes.com.
Jolie, 38, made headlines sooner this year when she manifest she had a double mastectomy after learning she had Genetic a high risk of breast cancer. "Maleficent" will be released next summer.
The prominence mother, who has three biological and three adoptive children with her fiance, actor Brad Pitt, rose from third place on 2012's list.
Jennifer Aniston, whose latest movie "We're the Millers" will be released in U.S. theaters next week, captured fourth place with earnings of $20 million and Emma Stone, who issued in "The Amazing Spider-Man" with real-life boyfriend Andrew Garfield was No. 5 with $16 million.
Forbes talked to members, managers and other people with knowledge of the movie industry to compile the ranking based on estimated earnings from June 2012 to June 2013.
Sandra Bullock, who was third in last year's list, dropped to No. 7 with estimated earnings of $14 million and Julia Roberts slipped from sixth to 10th place this year, taking home $11 million.
Oscar-winner Bullock wowed audiences with the female buddy comedy "The Heat." Her 2009 film "The Blind Side," who which she won a best actress Academy Award, income $309 million on a budget of $30 million, according to Forbes.
Mila Kunis, at No. 9, was a newcomer to the ranking this year with earnings of $11 million. Two films she starred in, "Ted" and "Oz: The Great and Powerful," income a combined $1 billion at the global box office.