Brain Food: Earning curve - Magic

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

JK Rowling, income from Harry Potter: £500m
David Copperfield ('04): £31.4m
Magician, corporate and trade shows, p.a.: £100k
Top-hat milliner, p.a. from: £15k
Magic Circle, annual subscription: £175
Magician, children's parties, per show from: £100.

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