Don Johnson won a verdict awarding him $23.2 million in profits from Nash Bridges, The Associated Press reports.
In February 2009, the 60-year-old actor sued three companies - Rysher Entertainment, 2929 Entertainment and Qualia Capital - claiming he was owed millions in profits from the series, which ran on CBS for six seasons.
After a two-week trial, a jury agreed. Johnson attended the entire trial and personally thanked the jurors after they made their decision Wednesday, according to the AP.
Bart H. Williams, a lawyer for Rysher, expressed disappointment at the verdict, adding: "We are ready to undergo the appeals process and are confident that in the end, today's outcome will be reversed."
The other two companies either had no comment or didn't return calls.
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