Daily Mail London - He shot to fame playing the titular role in the film adaptation of JK Rowling’s much-loved books. And although the eight-part Harry Potter series came to an end four years ago, Daniel Radcliffe is still raking in the millions, according to a new report.

The Trainwreck actor increased his fortune by £2 million and now boasts savings worth a mammoth £60 million, according to the Daily Mirror. The newspaper claims his company Gilmore Jacobs Ltd. holds £59,393,476, according to annual return documents filed to Companies House. MailOnline has approached Daniel’s management for comment.

Gilmore Jacobs Ltd. is the Essex-based company the 26-year-old star’s parents set up in 2000 to manage his assets. Last year, his fortune was said to be worth £57.7 million. The company, run by father Alan and mother Marcia, was also owed £10.2 million, boosting its worth to an eye-watering £67.9 million for the year ending March 31 in 2014.

Daniel spent much of the last financial year starring in both West End and Broadway productions of The Cripple of Inishmaan. He also had a handful of small film roles. Most notably, he played the dog walker in romantic-comedy Trainwreck but none of his release came near to matching the success of the Harry Potter franchise. Despite this, Daniel’s wealth now totals approximately £69 million when other bank accounts and his property are considered.

While many enjoy his films, the screen star is unable to as he’s very self-critical of his performance. He explained: ‘Sometimes I’ll be happy, but I’ll never be like, “Oh yeah, that was awesome”. ‘I always focus on the stuff that I would rather have done differently and it’s a bit pointless after a while.’