Life after 'Harry Potter'
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Harry Potter: Daniel Radcliffe
To borrow a line from Flaubert, "Moi, Je suis Harry." The saying might be Daniel Radcliffe's rallying cry, but there's more to Radcliffe than a wizard with a scar. Radcliffe famously bared his buns on both the West End and Broadway in a restaging of "Equus," Peter Shaffer's play about a stable boy's psycho-religious fascination with horses and the psychiatrist who tries to help him. He's also appeared in the Australian film "The December Boys" (pictured), as Rudyard Kipling's son in the TV movie "My Son Jack," and as a randy version of himself in "Extras."
In 2011, Radcliffe starred in the Broadway revival of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," then took on the role of a young lawyer named Arthur Kipps in the ghost story "The Woman in Black." He then was slated for the role of Dan Eldon in "The Journey is the Destination," and has since filmed a TV series "A Young Doctor's Notebook." There is much more in his future.