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Friday, July 01, 2011

"I Am Harry!": A Case of Split Reality? HaHaHa

Watch it and laugh out loud:-)

Daniel 'Harry Potter' Radcliffe has matured as a fine actor, and is quite interesting to watch and listen to, especially when he shows his funny side, which he does quite often these days.
Daniel Radcliffe in 'Equus', the cult play.


abhishek said...

It's really interesting to see how Daniel Radcliffe, whose name has almost been synonymous with Harry Potter, has matured as an actor.
He not only has delivered a fantastic dramatic performance in the play "Equus", but has also proved his comic mettle in several skits - so, he has much to look forward to, as an actor, post-Potter.
The video is hilarious. Daniel Radcliffe is funny without forcing an attempt to be so. His comic timing was evident in the show called "Extras" too. I specially dig the episode in which he mouths the line, "Can I have my johnny back?" - British humor at its very best.

Joy said...

I have to admit that I loved Daniel Radcliffe as the kid Harry in the first three Harry Potter flicks more than in the sequels thereafter.
But, after watching him in The Graham Norton Show singing 'Elements', I was convinced that he retains the typical British humor of which we are all fans, seen in the likes of Hugh Grant and Colin Firth. I am sure Danny-boy will easily fill in the shoes of some of the classy Brits who've crossed over and made a mark globally. Here's wishing him all the best!

LoverBoy said...

Only a few people are counted as actors of importance after having attained cult stardom in their pre-pubescent or teen years.
I have to congratulate Daniel Radcliffe for trying out different things even before bowing out of the his most famous screen role, Harry Potter.
He is wonderfully grounded as a person, or so it seems, and has shown his prowess as a major artist on stage as well.