Over the last decade, the film industry and production had changed so drastically that it is almost impossible to remember a time when billions of dollars over box office figures were a big deal. Everything today is overwhelming and massive, but the Harry Potter films showed us what could be achieved with a large franchise before the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It also helped begin the whole phenomenon of splitting the final movie into two parts in a series.
The Harry Potter series features lovely talented actors spanning decades, but it is fascinating to see how many of them have deflated their co-stars due to their film work. It cannot be very easy to evaluate the importance of the actors and what they did, especially when they were so young in the industry or had a long career.
#1. Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter): $110 Million
Daniel Radcliffe was just a precocious child when Harry Potter first began, but before all of his eyes, he has become a real star. Radcliffe is still employed and playing responsible positions, but he certainly profits from Harry Potter the most and owes him $110 million in net worth.
#2. Robert Pattinson (Cedric Diggory): $100 Million
The role of Robert Pattinson as the Cedric Diggory in the Harry Potter film is a grave highlight. Thanks to his position as a cornerstone of the ultra-profitable Twilight series as well as otherwise choices, Pattinson’s net worth has grown enormously. Now that he’s the next Batman, his net worth is likely to be even higher.
#3. Emma Watson (Hermione Granger): $70 Million
However, if Emma Watson, like Grint and Radcliffe, was obscure when Harry Potter began, the show turned her into a star. Thanks to popular films, including Beauty and the Beast, her net worth has risen even more than many of her co-stars. Watson is a class act whose careful selection of roles has been successful.
#4. Kenneth Branagh (Professor Gilderoy Lockhart): $55 Million
Kenneth Branagh is a legend both in the acting and directing world and one of the greatest men in the industry in Shakespeare. The net worth of Branagh was already high when Gilderoy Lockhart joined Harry Potter. Through the years, it has grown even further due to campaigns like Thor.
#5. Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley): $50 Million
As with the other members of the “core trio,” Rupert Grint was unknown when he signed up for Harry Potter. Grint was purchased at a small price, with his price rises for every photograph until now, with a net profit of 50 million dollars from films. Grint still performs well, but he can not find a different position on the same caliber or scale as Ron Weasley.