Daniel Radcliffe — London born, British actor Daniel Radcliffe has been in the spotlight from a very young age. He started acting in a number of films such as David Copperfield and The Tailor of Panama, but is most famous for winning the role of Harry Potter.
Daniel Radcliffe, like many of his fellow Harry Potter stars, has moved on to different roles after the end of the eighth film. He has taken on stage performances as well as a number of challenging roles in films. Growing up in the public eye has given us an opportunity to hear quotes from various points and situations in his life.
“I’m not clumsy, I’m accident-prone!”
“I think I’m a tiny bit like Harry ‘cus I’d like to have an owl. Yeah, that’s the tiny bit, actually.”
“People will always remember Harry, but I think if I work hard enough other characters will stick in their minds as well.”
“Go boldly and honestly through the world. Learn to love the fact that there is nobody else quote like you.”
“I don’t know what to do with it. I’m very fortunate to have it, and it gives you room to maneuver. But the main thing about having money is it means you don’t have to worry about it. And that for me is a lovely thing. It’s not for fast cars and hookers.”
“In England, there’s so much history that you feel a part of history even when you’re really not.”
“A friend often says I’m an old man in a young man’s husk. I like that. I am old-fashioned in some ways.”
“I thought it was going to be like a soft, sensual sort of moment, and it was this very vigorous kissing scene. She really went for it, I have to say. It caught me slightly off guard, but yeah, I’m not complaining. Many men would lose a limb to be in that position, so I was absolutely fine with it.”
“Stage is much more intimidating than going before the cameras, because you can really screw up, and can’t do a retake.”
“I used to be self-conscious about my height, but then I thought, ‘darn that, I’m Harry Potter!’”
“I’m the only kid in the world who doesn’t want an eighth Harry Potter book.”
“In theory, I’m naked underneath.”