I am fortunate that I get sent scripts and get to meet people I would never have met had I not done 'Harry Potter.' But I feel I had to come out of that show and prove that I am not a one trick pony and can do other stuff.
You don't have to be a Brad Pitt look-alike hero just to be courageous and help out your friends and come through when it really matters. I think everyone can sort of relate to that in some way, particularly back to people's school days.
You know, girls in general are scarier than Voldemort.
You can stay true to yourself and your friends, you can do the right thing, you can do with your life whatever you want to. I think that's a lovely message.
I wasn't attractive when I was growing up, and I don't think I am now.
The fame stuff, the kind words from websites and things, are very flattering and lovely, but I just wanna act.
I live in Leeds, which is about 200 miles north of London, and I get to go and do all the 'Harry Potter' stuff and make great films and be part of this wonderful thing all around the world, and then I get to go home and chill out with my friends in Leeds and go watch the football and go to the pub.
A lot of people struggle in their younger years, and I think people can relate to that.
I don't feel hunky at all.
I get too excited about football and rugby.
I was a short, chubby kid, pretty shy.
I'm not a big fan of people knowing too much about me.
I've got my life and 'Harry Potter,' where I travel the world, I make films, I meet amazing people, I do press junkets and stuff. And then I go back home to Leeds, where I live, and I've got the same friends from before.
The great thing as an actor is that I don't know what my agent is going to call me with next.
I started to see acting as a real science. That really helped me grow as an actor.
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