"There's five of them! That doesn't count! Not that I care but I am definitely first," the 25-year-old actor told the Heatworld magazine, as cited by Contact Music.
With an annual list of £77.5 ($124.8) million, Louis Tomlinson, 23, Niall Horan, 21, Liam Payne, 21, Zayn Malik, 21 and Harry Styles, 20 dominated the list putting Radcliffe at number two with £63.5 ($102.25) million.
In third place is "Twilight" star Robert Pattinson, 28, with £82.77 ($133.28) million followed by Keira Knightley, 29, with £39.9 ($64.25) million came in fourth place and "Rolling In The Deep" hit maker Adele, 26, with £36.25 ($58.37) million in fifth place.
Singers Calvin Harris, 30, with £28.99 ($28.99) million, Leona Lewis with £15.51($24.98) million and Arctic Monkeys frontman Alex Turner, 28, with £13.56 ($21.84) million are also in the list.
Radcliffe and Pattinson are not the only "Harry Potter" alums who also made it to the list. At number six is Emma Watson, 24, with £31.66 ($50.98) million while Rupert Grint, 26, with £27.33 ($44.01) million is at number eight.
In September, Watson delivered a speech before a United Nations audience launching her new "HeForShe" campaign, which calls men to help end gender inequality and Radcliffe has expressed his support the campaign.
"Well, the male population had no problem sexualizing Emma Watson immediately," Radcliffe told the Associated Press, as cited by The Independent, in response to what Watson told him that he is associated with playing the young boy wizard, Harry.
In another recent interview with NME, Radcliffe explained that his movie "Horns" is "funny, macabre and violent" and it is different from all the films he has ever done.
"It was a great chance to play an anti-hero. And while you root for him throughout he does some really horrible things to people. It was great fun!" Radcliffe said of the film directed by Alexandre Aja.
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