Harry Potter’s unstoppable trio have made it into the Sunday Times Rich List today, with all three actors worth in excess of £28 million.
Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and Rupert Grint who played Harry, Hermione, and Ron in the eight-film franchise between 2001 and 2011, are earning £78 million, £39 million, and £28 million, respectively.
Radcliffe, who has moved on to do a lot of theatre, most recently Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead, is eighth in the under-30 category.
The Harry Potter star earned £4 million in the last 12 months alone, but remains in eighth place in the list whose minimum entry requirement in £110 million to be in the top 1000 (double the threshold of 2009).
Emma Watson, who has starred in a number of films since her departure from the franchise and the chopping of her locks, is 20th in the under-30s category.
Just as Ron always was in the films, Rupert Grint is stumbling closely behind Emma at 23rd place.
Others to make it into the under-30s category include Adele (6th), Robert Pattinson (10th), Ed Sheeran (12th) and Harry Styles (15th).
No doubt Radcliffe will be pleased to have won against Pattinson this time.