Torre has a credit with a water company from 2002 waiting to be collected, and Jolie has un-cashed checks from the state tax office for 2004 and 2005, the New York Daily News said Saturday.
Also among the notables who can claim some cash are director Spike Lee and executives from Goldman Sachs.
The newspaper said the state controller's office has tallied $10.5 billion from around 25 million inactive bank, business and government accounts. The office is hosting sessions around the state where people can check to see if they might be on the list.
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