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Daniel Radcliffe will stop his kids from becoming famous

Daniel Radcliffe will stop his kids from becoming famous

newsletter/APA/Wednesday 10/26/22 16:46:56

According to his own words, “Harry Potter” star Daniel Radcliffe (33 years old) would under no circumstances want his children to become famous at a young age. “Film sets are great places. I think they can often be great for kids,” said Radcliffe, who has never had children before, and who became an international star at the age of 12 through his role as American Harry Potter magazine Newsweek. “But this is the famous thing to avoid at all costs.”


Evan Rachel Wood, who stars alongside Radcliffe in the biopic Weird: The Al Yankovic and who also rose to prominence in her early teens for her role in Thirteen, agreed with her British counterpart. The American actress explained that working as an art form in itself gave her a lot in her childhood. “It taught me a lot about myself and others and about empathy and communication. But I don’t think children should have jobs.”

In “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story,” Radcliffe portrayed California musician and comedian “Weird Al” Yankovic, and Wood played singer Madonna. The bio is scheduled to be available on streaming provider The Roku Channel from early November.

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