Daniel Radcliffe recently popped into BAFTA HQ. Here are six snippets of what he told them:
“If I feel the script is trying to emotionally manipulate the reader in a way I’m not feeling, that’s something I find pretty off putting.”
“I like that my job means I have to prepare something different each time. Every scene presents a different set of challenges.”
“You have to trust the director, trust the other actors you are with, give yourself over and be as emotionally open and available as you can.”
“The more challenging a scene is the more fun it is as well, because the more of my job I get to do.”
“Learn as much as you can about the type of actor you’d like to be…If you’re working on a film, always remember how lucky you are.”
“Most actors treat every job as if it’s going to be their last, because that’s the permanent fear we live in, but I think that’s a good attitude to have.”
Daniel Radcliffe can currently be seen on our screens in the new series of A Young Doctors Notebook and there’s an exclusive Q&A podcast with the cast and crew, including the man himself, available here on.
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