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Fourteen year old DANIEL RADCLIFFE (Harry Potter) once again reprises the role of young Harry Potter, a role he so uniquely made his own in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone and Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.

Playing the role of young Harry Potter has won Daniel worldwide acclaim and the Variety Club of Great Britain's Best Newcomer Award, presented in February 2002. In April 2002 he was also honored with the prestigious David Di Donatello Award presented by Italy's Ente David Di Donatello - for his superb portrayal of Harry and for his contribution to the future of cinema.

Daniel first appeared on British television in December 1999 when he played the young David Copperfield in BBC television's highly acclaimed production of David Copperfield. The drama, which was directed by Simon Curtis, also starred Dame Maggie Smith,who appears alongside him now as Professor McGonagall.

Prior to filming the first Harry Potter feature, he made his feature film debut as Jamie Lee Curtis' and Geoffrey Rush's screen son in John Boorman's The Tailor of Panama.

During November and December of 2002 he was the "surprise guest” at several performances of the Olivier Award-winning comedy The Play What I Wrote, directed by Kenneth Branagh at Wyndhams Theatre in London's West End.


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