Happy 24th Birthday Daniel Radcliffe: The actor's life after 'Harry Potter'
Jul 23, 2013 15:42pm
He became a household name at the age of 11. 'Harry Potter' star Daniel Radcliffe had girls swooning over him at an early age.
Daniel's tryst with acting began at the tender age of five when he played the title of David Copperfield in a mini series for the BBC.
In 2008, the child actor shocked everyone by posing nude on stage for a play called 'Equus'.
Though Radcliffe had played the role in London, he still had pre-show jitters for the New York crowd. "It was funny because tonight I didn't expect to be nervous "But I was terrified before we went out. I was like, `Omigod, this is it.' "
Although popular amongst young fans, Radcliffe's name has often been dragged in controversies.
Soon after the 'Harry Potter' series finished, Radcliffe starred in a film called 'The Woman in Black' where he played a widowed doctor.
While 'Harry Potter' made Radcliffe an A lister in Hollywood, his consecutive films haven't been to garner that much appreciation.
Radcliffe has also admitted in the past that he had alcohol addiction.
Daniel Radcliffe at this year's Oscars with actress Kristen Stewart.
The actor is now concentrating on theatres and has few films lined up for release.