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Daniel Radcliffe Doesn’t Tire of Being Harry Potter

It may get tiring being known primarily for the role that made your career, but if it does, Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is being very gracious about it. In an interview with Efe, he says acting for Harry Potter was a gift, stating:


Honestly, it’s lovely. I think people expect me to find it oppressive that people are still talking about it, but there is a generation of people who grew up with us and that’s a real honor. When someone comes up to me and says like ‘you were a huge part of my childhood’…The idea that I could occupy that space for someone is, just, you know…amazing


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According to his actor biography on the media news portal 24SMI, the now wildly famous and successful actor made his start when he was only ten-years-old! The first film he acted in was the 1999’s David Copperfield, based on Charles Dickens classic David Copperfield.



Hope you guys speak Dutch, because here’s the one official trailer for the 1999 David Copperfield film.



Then came his big breakout role, Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone, based on the J. K. Rowling book of the same name.


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Ever since then, Danielle Radcliffe has found huge success, not only as Harry Potter, but as so many other characters, check out the top ten below!




Currently Radcliffe stars in a comedy series with Steve Buscemi, Miracle Workers, which is soon getting a second season.


Regardless of how many roles he’s taken on, it’s nice to see that Harry Potter still holds a special place in his heart.


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Is Daniel Radcliffe the New Wolverine?

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is known far and wide for his sense of humour, which shone in a recent ‘Autocomplete’ interview with WIRED in which he responded to some of Google’s most searched questions about him. One particular question asked ‘is Daniel Radcliffe the new Wolverine?’ to which the actor responded:

“There’s going to be a new Wolverine movie, in which it starts off with Hugh Jackman being put into a hot wash, and then when he comes out, it’s me. So yes, I’m very happy to announce that here.”

Radcliffe is frequently ‘dream-cast’ in the role of Wolverine, however nothing official has been confirmed since it was announced that Hugh Jackman would be relinquishing the role.


Watch Radcliffe’s full interview here:




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Daniel Radcliffe Shocks Fans With His Favorite ‘Harry Potter’ Film

WIRED hosted Daniel Radcliffe for an eventful Q&A session in which the Harry Potter icon finally revealed his favorite film of the franchise: Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.



“I love the last one, but I also really love the fifth, which is not a lot of people’s favorite, I kind of realize,” Radcliffe explained. “I love it because of the relationship between Harry and Sirius, and you get a lot of Gary Oldman in that movie.”

While Order of the Phoenix was not as epic as its predecessor, The Goblet of Fire, or as nerve-racking as The Half-Blood Prince (You remember why), it is hard to argue with the fact that extra screen time with the legendary Gary Oldman has to be an actor’s dream come true. Also, the Harry and Sirius relationship really was the saving grace of the franchise’s filler-like chapter.

“That was my favorite one,” He added. “Probably to film as well. We had a really, really good time making that one.”

Going back to The Half-Blood Prince, you can grab tickets to a limited New York City screening of the film here.


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Thank you for answering one of the internet’s biggest mysteries, Daniel Radcliffe.




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Daniel Radcliffe Reveals Children No Longer Recognize Him as Harry Potter

The Boy Who Lived is not a boy anymore, and Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is now approaching his 30th birthday. Though the magic lives on through the movies, the star reveals that children no longer recognize him as the iconic boy wizard. The generation who were once wrapped in the magic, spells and potions are now adults and the new generation no longer connects the name to the face.



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In 2001, Daniel Radcliffe first graced our screens with an oversized sweater and big smile, ready to take on the wizarding world. The eight-part film series followed the fictional boy and the actor on their journey through adolescent, unraveling the mysteries of Hogwarts and combating the infamous Voldemort. However, despite the world success of J.K Rowling’s Harry Potter franchise, children are having a hard time recognized the actor who played the boy who lived. Radcliffe said:



I do have a thing sometimes where I meet kids now and their parents will bring them up to me and they’ll be like ‘this is Harry Potter’ and the kids will be like ‘no it’s not’.



However Daniel Radcliffe is still in good spirits and is grateful for the opportunity that he was given and will cherish his time as the boy wizard. Daniel Radcliffe has shed his wizarding cloak and is now playing more adult roles. Based in New York, he performs  in a new Broadway play The Lifespan of a Fact, based on a 2012 book the same name.



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Daniel Radcliffe’s Reaction to Harry Potter Memes Is Epic

Daniel Radcliffe appeared on The Tonight Show this week to promote his upcoming play, The Lifespan of a Fact and, unsurprisingly, the conversation shifted to the actor’s popular role as Harry Potter. To Radcliffe’s surprise, and audiences delight, Jimmy Fallon educated the British actor on the hilarious Harry Potter-themed memes circulating social media and Radcliffe’s reaction was magical. 


While the Harry Potter star admitted that he doesn’t seek out Harry Potter memes on the internet, he has encountered a few over the years that made him laugh. Though the actor admitted that he didn’t initially feel “cool” playing the character, seeing the affection audiences had, and continue to have, for his character has shown him that he was indeed a cool character to play.  He admitted:


As a kid you’re just insecure at the age [and] I never felt cool at any point playing that character, [but] sort of these things go like no, people thought that was pretty cool and it’s nice.


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