Scrooge McDuck tops Forbes' list of wealthiest fictional stars in the world!    2007-12-20 08:24:02    

New York, Dec 20 : Forbes magazine has released its annual Fictional Fifteen list, ranking the wealthiest fictional stars in the world.
Forbes magazine has released its annual Fictional Fifteen list, ranking the wealthiest fictional stars in the world.

Coming at the top spot is the always impeccably dressed Scrooge McDuck, whose reported net worth is 28.8 billion dollars.

Following him is Flash Gordon's evil ruler Ming the Merciless, who is anything but penniless, with 20.9 billion dollars in his bank account, if he had one, reports New York Post.

The small but very rich Richie Rich came in at number three. Mom from Futurama, sat pretty at the fourth spot with an impressive 15.7 billion dollars empire thanks to her Mom's Friendly Robot Co.

Jed Clampett, a true rags to riches story, after he discovered an underground stash of oil and took hold of 11 billion dollars, rounded off the fifth position.

The wealthiest faux stars in the world:

1. Scrooge McDuck, 28.8 billion dollars

2. Ming the Merciless, 20.9 billion dollars

3. Richie Rich

4. Mom from Futurama, 15.7 billion dollars

5. Jed Clampett, 11 billion dollars

6. The Simpsons' C. Montgomery Burns, 8.4 billion dollars

7. Family Guy's Carter Pewterschmidt, 7.2 billion dollars

8. Batman's Bruce Wayne, 7 billion dollars

9. Gilligan's Island's Thurston Howell III, 6.3 billion dollars

10. Iron Man's Tony Stark, 6 billion dollars

11. Fake Steve Jobs, 5.7 billion dollars

12. The Addam's Family's Gomez Addams, 2 billion dollars

13. Willy Wonka 1.9 billion dollars

14. Harry Potter's Lucius Malfoy, 1.6 billion dollars

15. Super Mario Brothers' Princess Peach, 1.3 billion dollars(ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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