Daniel Radcliffe has narrowly beaten out Miley Cyrus to top Forbes magazine's list of Hollywood's Most Valuable Young Stars. The list of 10 celebrities age 19 and under was put together by the money mag using Forbes' Star Currency rating, which was tallied from votes from across the entertainment industry.
Radcliffe, 19, managed to top the list by starring as Harry Potter in the blockbuster franchise and by taking a Broadway role in "Equus" and doing smaller films like 2007's "December Boys." Triple-threat Cyrus scored the #2 spot by starring in movies and a hit TV show as well as scoring on the Billboard charts with her music. It doesn't hurt that Cyrus also generates lots of gossip about her personal life.
Other young stars who made the list include new "Twilighter" Dakota Fanning, #3 on the list, who is also rumored to be taking on another edgy role in the "Runaways" biopic. In the past the 15-year-old has acted in blockbusters like "War of the Worlds." Oscar nominee Abigail Breslin, 12, placed #4. Meanwhile newly single "Heroes" star Hayden Panettiere, 19, came in at #5.
Other young stars who made the list include Radcliffe's fellow "Harry Potter" star Emma Watson, 18, and Freddie Highmore, 17, from "The Spiderwick Chronicles." Nickelodeon star Keke Palmer, 15, made the list for her work in "Akeelah and the Bee" and "True Jackson, VP." Emma Roberts, 18, and Anton Yelchin, 19, finish off the list at #9 and #10.