The U.K.'s Sunday Times recently released its annual Rich List, and Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe came out on top among its actors under 30 with an estimated net worth of over $63 million.
According to the paper, Daniel's salary has increased dramatically over the years. The 20-year-old star made $380,000 from the first Harry Potter film while reportedly earning nearly $39 million in 2009. Daniel's co-stars Emma Watson, 20, and Rupert Grint, 21, came in just under the actor, earning over $33 million and over $30 million, respectively.
This doesn't come as a big surprise -- in February, Vanity Fair named Daniel and Emma the highest-paid actors in Hollywood based on their 2009 earnings. Of course, 23-year-old Twilight star Robert Pattinson also made the Sunday Times' list, coming in at No. 14 with an estimated net worth of about $20 million. Rob had a supporting role in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, so the stars of the magical series are fully representing on the 2010 Rich List.