Tag: Daniel Radcliffe

The Story of Daniel Radcliffe

Posted July 1, 2011

How an 11-year-old kid became The Boy Who Lived The first scene Daniel Radcliffe ever shot as Harry Potter was the very last scene in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. It was Oct. 2, 2000, in Goathland, England, a tiny village whose quaint railway stop doubled as Hogsmeade Station. For his first day wearing the boy wizard’s glasses and lightning-bolt scar, the 11-year-old Londoner had to board the Hogwarts Express alongside Rupert Grint and Emma Watson. Radcliffe was no stranger to movie sets. And yet his previous experience could not prepare him for the moment when he saw a […]

Daniel Radcliffe Q&A

Posted September 24, 2008

“Stepping out the motherf**ing carr, they in awe,” says Daniel Radcliffe. “I’m looking like a starrr.” He looks up. “How was that?” Bright-eyed and bushy-browed, the British actor is gamely reciting some phrases we’ve come up with to test his American accent, in preparation for becoming a full-time New Yorker when he moves here this fall to star in the Peter Shaffer play Equus. We started with some conversational basics softened t’s (“Can I get a bottle of water?”), smashed syllables (“Look at the size of that squirrel”) and are now in the extra-credit section: Lil Wayne lyrics. Radcliffe tries […]