THE WOMAN IN BLACK
DANIEL RADCLIFFE (Arthur Kipps) is best known in the eponymous role of Harry
Potter in the most successful film series of all time. Radcliffe has starred in
all eight of
the films with the final feature Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II
On January 1, 2012, Radcliffe finished a run as J. Pierrepoint Finch in Tony
winner Rob Ashford's production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really
marking his Broadway musical debut. The show, which opened in March 2011,
great critical acclaim with Radcliffe receiving a Grammy nomination alongside
John Larroquette as principal soloists. Radcliffe also received performance
from the Drama Desk, The Outer Critic Circle, the Drama League and The Fred and
Adele Astaire Awards. In addition, Broadway.com honored him with the Audience
Choice Award for Favorite Actor in a Musical as well as Favorite Onstage Pair
Radcliffe has also just been voted Entertainer of the Year by Entertainment
the â€˜most talented and original performer' of 2011. He also just won two Teen
Awards and a Scream Award, as well as receiving two nominations for the upcoming
People's Choice Award for Favorite Movie Actor and Favorite Movie Star under 25.
Radcliffe is no stranger to the theatre having starred as Alan Strang in both
West End and 2008 Broadway productions of Peter Shaffer's Equus, winning the
for Best Leading Actor at the Annual Theatre Fan Choice Awards, organized by
Broadway World, as well as Best Leading Actor and Breakthrough Performance
at the annual Broadway.Com Audience Awards. He also garnered both Drama League
and Drama Desk nominations for his performance in the play. Both the London and
Broadway productions of Equus were directed by Thea Sharrock and also starred
Award winner Richard Griffiths.
His other film credits include the Australian independent feature December Boys
role of Jack Kipling in the true-life telefilm My Boy Jack, about Rudyard
year-old son, Jack and the devastating effect his death in World War I, had on
family. The film also starred Kim Cattrall, Carey Mulligan and David Haig.
A lifelong fan of the hit series The Simpsons, Radcliffe has lent his voice to
of a brooding vampire named Edmund for the show's Treehouse of Horror XXI
entitled Tweenlight which aired November 7th 2010. Previously, he made a guest
appearance as himself in the award-winning BBC/HBO series Extras starring Ricky
Gervais. He first appeared on screen as the young David Copperfield in the
presentation of the classic Charles Dickens novel.
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