Daniel Radcliffe is the richest British star under 30
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, 21, has topped Heat Magazine‘s list of richest British stars under 30 with staggering $71 million in his big celebrity pocket.
The Heat rich list is proof that not all mega-rich people are corrupt, cigar-chomping fat cats,” Heat‘s editor Sam Delaney said in his statement.
The main source of Daniel’s income is playing in Harry Potter, the world’s most successful movie franchise, as well as Broadway and West End plays such as 2008′s Equus.
Worthy noting that Daniel Radcliffe’s Harry Potter co-star Emma Watson and Rupert Grint are also in the top 5 richest Brits under 30, with $32 million and $29.6 million, respectively.
Robert Pattinson of Twilight Saga rounds off the top 5 with $28.9 million earned from playing vampire Edward Cullen in the vampire franchise, as well as starring in Remember Me and other movies.
Here’s Heat Magazine‘s Top 10 richest British stars under 30:
1. Daniel Radcliffe ($71 million)
2. Keira Knightley ($47 million)
3. Emma Watson ($32 million)
4. Rupert Grint ($29.6 million)
5. Robert Pattinson ($28.9 million)
6. Leona Lewis ($19.5 million)
7. singer Charlotte Church ($16 million)
8. singer Katie Melua ($15.7 million)
9. Katherine Jenkins ($15.1 million)
10. Coleen Rooney ($14 million)
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