Besides working on his famous movie hero, Radcliffe accepted other projects on the big screen, TV, and in the theater. For the leading role Peter Shaffer’s play Equus, which premiered in 2009, the actor earned two Broadway.com Audience Awards as "Favorite Leading Actor in a Broadway Play" and "Favorite Breakthrough Performance". He was also nominated for Drama Desk Award and Drama League Award.
In March 2011, the musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying came out. Daniel had the starring part. It brought him two more Broadway.com Audience Awards as "Favorite Actor in a Musical" and "Favorite Onstage Pair".
Daniel was trying hard to make people view him as a well-rounded actor. However, the majority saw him as Harry Potter. In 2012, Radcliffe accepted the leading role in the horror movie The Woman in Black. The part was drastically different from the role of the good wizard. The project brought Daniel a prize at BloodGuts UK Horror Awards.
In 2013, at Glamour Awards, Daniel was granted the “Man Of The Year” title. The same year, he performed in the biographical drama Kill Your Darlings, in a romantic comedy What If, and in a thriller Horns. He had the leading roles in all three movies.
For the role of Manny in the 2016 comedy-drama Swiss Army Man, Daniel was named the Best Actor at Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya.
In 2017, Radcliffe worked on the leading part in the movie Jungle. A year later, he landed the starring part in Beast of Burden.
Radcliffe’s fans are awaiting his new movie Guns Akimbo, which is expected to be released in 2018.