Daniel Radcliffe CBS Interview: "This is a Really Exciting Year for Me"
March 13, 2011, 02:49 PM
It felt as though there wasn't a single topic left out when news anchor Katie Couric interviewed Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) recently for CBS News. The two talked about Radcliffe's latest role in the Broadway musical "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying," as well as his upcoming film "The Woman in Black" and the final "Harry Potter." Other topics of conversation included his relationship with J.K. Rowling, his involvement with The Trevor Project, and his love of reading.
Watch the extended, 45 minute long interview here.
Radcliffe will be making several television appearances in the next couple of days beginning with NBC's Today Show on Tuesday, March 15th. He is expected to perform a number from "How to Succeed..." during the program which airs between 7 and 11 a.m. Additionally, Radcliffe will be on Live! with Regis and Kelly on Thursday, March 17th.
"How to Succeed..." is now playing. More information can be found on the production's official website.
Not only the former child stars, but all the spoiled celebrity prima donnas out there ought to give Dan a listen – they could learn a thing or two about how it’s possible to achieve high-profile success and still remain an unpretentious and decent and caring human being. He does seem like the kind of guy with whom one could spend a very pleasant evening playing Scrabble or talking about what books you’d just read.
This was a FABULOUS interview, and I highly recommend watching in Hi-rez via @katiecouric: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7359450n
Dan’s song-and-dance turn with the EQUUS boys in 2008’s Broadway Cares charity event showed me he had the musical chops to carry it off — and he is a PERFECT Pierpont Finch. Looking forward to TODAY tomorrow! :)
Amazing job Daniel! Wish you were actually reading this right now… that would be sooo cool! Oh, and i also say good job to all of the people who wrote well thought-out comments, unlike me :D
Does anyone else think that in another life, Daniel may make a good History teacher? Loves the History channel, reading and kids?
I saw how to suceed two days ago front row he was a yard away from me it was amazing even if he wasnt in it it was worth going if you want to go go now before it is officially open i rushed tickets for the wednesday matinee for 30 dollar if you buy any of the first 8 tickets from rush youll get front row just thought yall would want to know that!