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November 24, 2006

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Ryan

Why Rupert Grint was ranked higher than Daniel Radcliffe (when neither of them are particularly good actors and one certainly earns quite a bit more income - and press - than the other) is beyond me. That's why I've never been a fan of those sorts of measures, which often include political campaigns as well.

You'd think George Clooney would be at the top of the list. Not only is he a fine actor, still getting top-notch roles, but he's also branched off into directorial and script-writing roles. Not to mention the fact that he's coming off an oscar victory.

David Eisenthal

Ryan,

I also found Rupert Grint's position to be mystifying, except for the fact that the films that these actors play in have a lot to do with where they rank in this "stock market."

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