Yes, he’s short and slightly built, but so were Bobby Morse and Matthew Broderick, who preceded him in the role in earlier Broadway productions. It’s a role made for an actor of that young, boyish, not-overly-macho-or-intimidating type – a good match for Mr. Radcliffe.
Yes, and both Broderick and Morse were there to introduce the performance. It was great to see the three Finch in the same stage!
I just feel we all should be very proud of having the main actor of the Harry Potter movies being part of all this. A lot of people don’t take the Harry Poter world serious and things like this actually make them reconsider that.
"Well, if you two are going to chicken out, fine... [i]I[/i] don't want to break rules, you know. [i]I[/i] think threatening Muggle-borns is far worse than brewing up a difficult potion. But if you don't want to find out if it's Malfoy, I'll go straight t
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"The Leaky Song" by Brad Mehlenbacher of Draco and the Malfoys