Daniel Radcliffe is one of Hollywood’s record breaking child actors who had the odd experience of having their childhood flash before the big screens through our fave wizard Harry Potter movies. The talented actor was a mere 11 years old when the first trilogy Sorcerer’s Stone came out, and as we all now and love, he goes on to portray the role alongside Emma Watson, Rupert Grint for the past decade.
However, we all know how it’s like being an award kid, doing rather peculiar and weird things, now double that, imagine having it all recorded and plastered in cinemas all over the world. Which at times bring certain feelings that emerge when looking back on those times, some even “embarrassing” for Radcliffe.
“I’m intensely embarrassed by some of my acting, obviously. But yeah, it’s like asking, ‘How do you feel about your teenage years?’ There’s so much in there that it’s almost impossible to single out one feeling. It’s hard to separate my relationship with Harry from my relationship with the films as a whole.”
Well, I know I’m not alone when I say this, he is an AMAZING actor who or the rest of our lives will be a part of our childhood memories thanks to Harry. Now a 31-year-old, Daniel Radcliffe is obviously still acting and thriving might I add.