Being the “chosen one” doesn’t appear to have affected Daniel Radcliffe. Starring as Harry Potter, the boy who lived, in the eight Harry Potter films hasn’t sent Radcliffe into therapy, and for the most part he’s kept out of all the tabloid magazines over the past decade. Radcliffe wasn’t caught exhibiting behavior unworthy of Harry Potter (getting naked in Equus doesn’t count as that was purely professional) and he’s kept his sense of humor about him as he’s endured a decades-worth of questions from reporters and fans. That sense of humor’s evident in this video clip from Comedy Central’s The Daily Show in which he answers questions from real-life Quidditch players, including one pivotal question: “Do you feel any guilt at all for my ongoing virginity?”
The final Harry Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, hit theaters on July 15, 2011.
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