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5 CHILD STARS WHO ARE RICHER THAN YOU’LL EVER BE!
These former child stars are loaded!
There are tons of celebrities who are set for life after starting out in the business as a kid. Seriously, they wouldn’t need to work another day if they didn’t want to! Check out the top five richest child stars- are you jealous?
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen: The girls got their start before they could talk on Full House, and went on to build an empire off of their brand, which included movies, clothing lines, merchandise, and more. They were estimated to be worth anywhere from $100- 300 million when they decided to step away from the spotlight.
Hilary Duff: Everyone went crazy for Lizzie McGuire, which catapulted Hilary into stardom. As a teen, she created an empire that included a successful signing career and tons of merchandise. She was reportedly worth a cool $25 million before she hit 25!
Frankie Muniz: The ‘Malcolm in the Middle’ star is so rich he doesn’t need to act anymore! His acting gigs reportedly earned him $40 million while he was underage. Now, Frankie is focusing on his career as an open wheel-racing driver. Sick career switch!
Emma Watson: The starlet wasn’t even a teen when she landed the role of Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter series. The role thrust her into the spotlight and helped her gain $70 million to her name. She still acts as well as attends University and does a ton of charity work!
Daniel Radcliffe: As the star of the Harry Potter Series, Daniel was richer than most adults before he could even drive. He reportedly gained $110 million as a child, and he’s only been growing that fortune as he continues to star in more grown-up movies.
This is us. pic.twitter.com/95NJ4Shrqu— Hilary Duff (@HilaryDuff) November 11, 2017
Throwback Thursday: BAFTA awards backstage (2012) https://t.co/omSw9XI6yn— Daniel Radcliffe NL (@DanJRadcliffeNL) November 16, 2017
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