Daniel Radcliffe is an English actor most famous for his portrayal of the lead character in the ‘Harry Potter’ films.
Both of Radcliffe’s parents had acted in their childhood and Radcliffe expressed his desire to act at the age of five. In 1999, at the age of 10 he made his television debut in BBC One’s television movie, David Copperfield.
Two years later he starred in his first film, ‘The Tailor of Panama’. At the age of 11, he was cast as the lead character in the film adaptations of the ‘Harry Potter’ book series. He reprised that role in all eight installments of the films.