London, Aug 16 : With the death of Aussie actor Heath Ledger, three of the stars, who completed his role in his final movie, have donated their pay to his two-year-old daughter.
The three actors, Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell were worried for Matilda's future, as Ledger had left an old will which did not include her.
The three had played versions of his character Tim in fantasy epic The Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus.
"They didn't take money - it goes to Heath's daughter," the Sun quoted Director Terry Gilliam, 67, as saying.
"That's extraordinary! And wonderful . . . and when you're part of that, you think, 'Ah, this is maybe why I went into the movies in the beginning. I thought it would be full of wonderful people.'
"And we've got a movie full of wonderful people who did extraordinary things to help," he added.
Heath, 28, star of Batman: The Dark Knight, died in his New York flat in January from an accidental overdose of prescription drugs.