Accounts published yesterday by his company, Gilmore Jacobs, disclose that it’s now holding £63.9 million. That’s £4.5 million more than 2015, suggesting he was Britain’s biggest-earning actor this year.
Turnover is not reported in the accounts, which also omit to disclose pay to Radcliffe, who is understood to have invested most of his earnings in property and stocks and shares.
This year he appeared in the thrillers Now You See Me 2 and Imperium, as well as the comedy drama Swiss Army Man.
The accounts report that the business holds £19.8 million in fixed asset investments, £22.9 million in current asset investments, £3.3 million in tangible assets; as well as holding £8.7 million in cash and being owed £10.2 million.
Radcliffe’s canny parents — Alan, a literary agent, and Marcia Gresham, a casting agent — set up the company in 2000, a year before their son played the boy wizard in the first film in the series, Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone.
The privately educated actor admitted earlier this year that he didn’t spend his cash. ‘I don’t really do anything with my money,’ he said.