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Kristen, Smeyer & Rob on Forbes' lists



#66 Kristen Stewart
The 20-year-old Stewart is now recognizable to teens around the world as Bella, the human caught between a vampire and a werewolf in the Twilight series. The movies have so far earned $1 billion at the box office and made Stewart a star. She stretched her wings this year with the indie film The Runaways where she played Joan Jett.





#50 Robert Pattinson
Everyone's favorite vampire may be on the verge of becoming a true movie star. Pattinson earns most of his money from the Twilight films where he stars as Edward Cullen. But he'll break out of the Twilight rut with next year's Like Water for Elephants, based on the popular novel and costarring Reese Witherspoon


Stephenie Meyer
The Celebrity 100

#59 Stephenie Meyer
Meyer didn't release a new book in 2009 but she still lands on our list thanks to the almost rabid fans who devour everything to do with her successful Twilight series. She has reportedly sold over 100 million copies of her vampire novels and the film versions have so far earned $1 billion at the box office.


The World's Most Powerful Women

#49 Stephenie Meyer
Following the J.K. Rowling model of mum-turned-mega-millionaire, Stephenie Meyer had held only one job, as a receptionist in an Arizona property company before penning the bestselling Twilight series, which has sold 116 million copies worldwide. Meyer's vision of a world where vampires and teens co-exist may be to blame for the blood-lusting trend that continues four years later with TV series like The Vampire Diaries. Her sci-fi romance novel, The Host, spent 26 weeks as a bestseller and is rumored to be in pre-production for a 2011 release. Meyer says she will be focusing her efforts on the final installments of the Twilight movie franchise, set to arrive in theaters in November 2011.


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