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'Modern Family' Young Stars Also Seeking Salary Raises

July 30, 2012 (2:20 am) GMT
Sarah Hyland, Nolan Gould, Rico Rodriguez and Ariel Winter will reportedly ask bigger paychecks in exchange for a one-season extension to their seven-season contracts.

After the adult stars of "" settled their contract dispute with 20th Century Fox Television, the young cast members of the show are now seeking salary raises. Words are, , , and will begin their negotiations with the studio this week.

Sources tell The Hollywood Reporter that representatives for the child actors will be seeking big raises for their clients in exchange for adding an eighth season onto their seven-season contracts. Though so, their negotiations are not expected to be as intense as the adult stars' and won't likely cause a delay to the production of season 4, which will start Monday, July 30.

It is also said that Gould, Rodriguez and Winter have considered to follow the adult stars' strategy by banding together in the salary negotiations. Hyland, meanwhile, is likely to negotiate separately since she allegedly has already made more than the other young stars.

As for Aubrey Anderson-Emmons who joined the cast in the fourth season as Mitchell and Cameron's daughter Lily, she may not receive a big raise since she has a smaller role on the show.

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