Quotes by: Daniel Radcliffe
I definitely think that theatre is something I'll keep coming back to in my career for as long as I can. I also think theatre's something you have to be very fit to do. I am fairly fit, but I don't think I could do it all the time.
When you get as lucky as I got, you have to work as hard as possible to earn that luck.
It's very rare that I get stopped or get asked for an autograph or anything - none of which I mind - but people don't really care that much.
I get constantly mistaken for Elijah Wood. I was in Japan and someone held out a photo of him for me to sign.
Ironing boards are a classic example of something I find horrible about modern society: the excitementation, for want of a better word, of mundane things.
I'm 5-foot-5, and I'll wear a big parka and put the hood up, and nobody gives me a second glance.
There were a few years there when I was just so enamored with the idea of living some sort of famous person's lifestyle that really isn't suited to me.
I suppose whenever you go through periods of transition, or in a way, it's a very definite closing of a certain chapter of your life - I suppose those times are always going to be both very upsetting and also very exciting by the very nature because things are changing and you don't know what's going to happen.
Normally I sit there in the films really hating watching myself. Loving watching the films, hating watching myself.
People who have car collections - I never understood that. I always thought that was unnecessary. It's not beautiful, it's not creative. It's just showing how much money you've got.
I don't know why that is, but English politics is just so overly white. It's very much about the class structure.
My dad believes in God, I think. I'm not sure if my mom does. I don't.
You pick projects for the part, the director, and the script. I just want to do different, interesting stuff.
I'm never going to be in something as commercially successful as 'Harry Potter' ever again. It's impossible. So that gives me incredible freedom to go off and make the slightly off-the-wall films that I want to make.
I was very much a product of the public-school system. There was only one other kid in my class who had parents not involved in the stock market or law.
When you're in the position I'm in, you have two options: you can either shut yourself off from everybody, from the world, and not live a full life. Or you welcome everybody into your life and occasionally somebody will try to take advantage. And I'd much rather be that person who lets people in.
The most wonderful thing I hear is people coming up and saying 'Thank you for my childhood', which still blows my mind but is very sweet.
I think I have just always had an awareness that when you go to a premiere and people start cheering and shouting your name and stuff, they are shouting at a perception of you that they have.
I was in the bath at the time, and my dad came running in and said, 'Guess who they want to play Harry Potter!?' and I started to cry. It was probably the best moment of my life.
There's an incredible comfort level that I have on film sets because it's where I've grown up.
I don't know where my romanticism comes from. My mom and dad would read to me a lot. 'Treasure Island,' 'Robinson Crusoe,' tales of chivalry and knights, things like that. Those are the stories I loved growing up.
Shyness displays itself differently in me. I think it's more an awkwardness.