Daniel Radcliffe is The Boy Who Lived … with severe embarrassment.

In honor of 20 years of the “Harry Potter” and “Lord of the Rings” motion pictures, Radcliffe chatted together with his kind-of-sort-of doppelgänger Elijah Wooden and mirrored on the franchises for Empire Journal. And in response to Radcliffe, being a well-known boy wizard is just not all the time magical. 

“It’s onerous to separate my relationship with Harry from my relationship with the movies as a complete,” he stated, in response to Digital Spy. “I’m extremely grateful for the expertise. It confirmed me what I wish to do with the remainder of my life. To search out out early on what you like is de facto fortunate.”

“I’m intensely embarrassed by a few of my performing, clearly [laughs], however yeah, it’s like asking, ‘How do you’re feeling about your teenage years?’” he added. “There’s a lot in there that it’s nearly not possible to single out one feeling.”

Daniel Radcliffe in "Harry Potter And The Sorcerer's Stone."

Daniel Radcliffe in “Harry Potter And The Sorcerer’s Stone.”

The feedback appear to echo what the actor instructed HuffPost in an interview final 12 months.

“My complete life and profession is constructed on luck and privilege,” Radcliffe stated on the time. “I bought extremely fortunate after I was 10 or 11 after which that afforded me alternatives that I’d unquestionably not have been afforded had I not had that stroke of luck.”

Since “Harry Potter,” the actor has solid his personal distinctive path, flexing his (now very unembarrassing) thespian expertise in numerous bizarre, wacky and profound roles. He additionally handles the large fame from his childhood with grace, being accommodating to followers (so long as they don’t method him on the gymnasium) and all the time able to reply even the silliest “Harry Potter” questions.

So 10 factors to Radcliffe for his brutal honesty and excellent ethical fiber.