Daniel Radcliffe — British movie and theater actor
Daniel Jacob Radcliffe was born on 23 July 1989 in London. Radcliffe became interested in acting when he was just 5 years old.
In 1999, Daniel debuted on the TV screens in the drama David Copperfield, in which he played the young illusionist. The same year he landed the role of his life in the first movie about Harry Potter. The filming started right away.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone premiered in 2001 and immediately made the young actor an international celebrity. The box office sales revenue of the film reached a billion dollars. It was nominated for an Academy Award three times. Radcliffe earned a prize at Teen Choice Awards in the "Choice Movie: Male Breakout Star" category and received several more awards and nominations.
Seven more parts of the movie series followed. Each one was incredibly successful all over the world. Daniel was growing up together with his on-screen personality and developing formidable acting skills. He started working on Harry Potter movies when he was eleven and finished when he was already an adult. For his role as Harry Potter, Daniel earned more than 23 million pounds. He also received a big number of awards and nominations, among which are prizes at National Movie Awards, Scream Awards, Teen Choice Awards, People's Choice Awards, and MTV Movie Awards. The actor’s schedule was so busy that fans and organizers were only dreaming about inviting him to private events.