He admits that stripping off made people look at him in a completely different way: ‘I don’t know if I actually connected those thoughts.
But I wanted to make choices that would surprise people and I wanted to be good.’ Alongside Emma Watson (Hermione) and Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley), Radcliffe became the most famous child star in the world, frozen in time, like an Andy Warhol painting, as the boyishly bespectacled Harry.
She tried to break away from his hands, but he then tossed her to the floor and forced her to sex.
Although he acknowledges that winning the role of the boy wizard was the movie equivalent of winning a Willy Wonka golden ticket to fame and fortune, there were many times Radcliffe could barely watch himself on screen.
Swiss Army Man (performer: "Cotton Eye Joe", "Jurassic Park", "History Of The Universe", "Fetishes", "When I Think About Mom", "Talk To Her", "Love Love (Manny's Song)", "Montage", "River Rocket", "Treetops", "Goodbye/Hello") Stage: Made a one-night-only cameo as "Harry Daughter" in the West End smash, "The Play What I Wrote", a tribute to Morecambe and Wise directed by Kenneth Branagh, who Radcliffe had worked with in Harry Potter und die Kammer des Schreckens (2002).
And the reason I spoke out about it was because I felt someone else would and I should take control...
which is exactly what I did.’Radcliffe says Harry Potter haunted him in other ways.