Biography of Daniel RadcliffeWho has not heard the name of Daniel Radcliffe, a British actor who played Harry Potter in the legendary film series about the world of wizards? And although the last part of the franchise was released a long time ago, his popularity is growing every year thanks to innate talent and truly English intelligence that makes every Daniel Radcliffe's role unique.
Childhood. First rolesDaniel Jacob Radcliffe was born in London in 1989, in the family of Alan Radcliffe and Marcy Gresh. The boy's parents were closely connected with the art world: his father was a literary agent in a major London publishing house, and his mother worked as a casting director on television; in their youth, they tried themselves as actors.
Harry PotterIn 2000, Radcliffe got an episodic role in the film "The Tailor of Panama." He played the son of characters by Jamie Lee Curtis and Jeffrey Rush. At the same time, the UK began to search for actors to film the first novel about Harry Potter that was released in 1997 and had already become a cult work for children around the world.
Further career"Harry Potter" was over. In the first months Radcliffe simply did not know what to do, and eventually became addicted to alcohol. "I felt completely inconsolable," he shared during the interview.
In 2016, Radcliffe starred in the black comedy "Swiss Army Man" as a corpse. Actor's partners were Dana and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
In 2018, Radcliffe starred in the action movie "Dangerous mission", but despite the loud name on the playbill, the audience took the tape with skepticism. "Although Radcliffe did his best to make his character feel compassionate, the writers left his efforts in vain," critics wrote.