Daniel Radcliffe: He will never again be as successful as with “Harry Potter”

Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint (Foto: Solarpix / PR Photos)

Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint (Foto: Solarpix / PR Photos)

Daniel Radcliffe accepts he will never again achieve the career success he has had with ‘Harry Potter’.

The British actor is getting ready for the release of the final movie in the franchise ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2’ and while Daniel hopes to continue working as an actor, he is under no illusions that he can match the popularity of the boy wizard series. During an appearance on TV show ‘Live! With Regis & Kelly’, he explained: “My aim is hopefully just continuing to work as much as I can. Obviously I’ll never be in anything with the commercially success that ‘Harry Potter’ has but then again neither will anyone else.

Daniel is currently living in New York and will take on the lead role in musical ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying’ on Broadway from March 27.

He initially had reservations about singing in the production but he has now come to adore his musical numbers.

He said: “I love singing, I started having lessons when I was in the play ‘Equus’ because I had to sing the Milky Bar theme tune and I was getting it wrong.

“I love my singing teacher, he’s a fantastic guy so the singing was just something I’ve put a lot of work into.”

Although he loves to sing, Daniel is not so keen on dancing and admitted being surrounded by professionals is not helping his confidence.

He said: “I had no aptitude for dancing, there was a lot of hard work with my fantastic dance teacher. When you’re surrounded by the most talented seasoned Broadway dancers it makes it even more difficult.”

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