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Daniel Radcliffe earned £68 million last year, according to a report.

The Horns star's company – whose accounts were filed on Christmas Eve – has recorded £57.7 million in profits, nearly £4 million more than last year.

Daniel also has a firm, Gilmore Jacobs, based in Essex, east England that is responsible for managing his investments and properties.

The firm is owed £10.2 million, bringing his total to £67.9 million, according to the figures obtained by The Sun.

The money Daniel was paid for his role in the Harry Potter series from 11-years-old onwards was invested by his parents, Alan, 55, and Marcia, 57, who are both listed as directors of the Essex company.

The accounts for the firm – which are for the year ending March 31, 2014 – show that they held £16.1million in fixed assets, which is likely to be the 25-year-old actor's West London flat and his three properties in New York.

The figures do not reveal how much Daniel was paid but the actor – who is dating actress Erin Darke, 29 – reportedly earned £8million for his last outing as Harry Potter, in 2011's Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2.

The actor previously admitted that he felt “guilty” about all his success.

He said: “I feel almost guilty for having done so well out of Potter.”

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