Daniel Radcliffe: Will miss being an action hero after 'Harry Potter'
'Harry Potter' Daniel Radcliffe has admitted that he will miss having the opportunity to film action scenes for the Harry Potter series.
The 22-year-old makes his final appearance as the boy wizard in 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2', which sees Harry take on his nemesis Lord Voldemort for the final time.
"I'll miss getting to do some of the stuff I get to do as Harry," Radcliffe confessed. "I don't really have the natural frame and stature of an action hero; it's kind of a gift for a young actor to be able to do all that stuff."
Daniel, who is currently appearing on Broadway, recalled: "I got to do a 40-foot free-fall down a roof when I was 15, do all the underwater stuff, bursting out of the water surrounded by a ring of fire - I will never get to do that again in my career."
The 'Equus' actor concluded: "So yeah, I will miss some of the opportunities playing Harry affords you."
The actor joined co-stars including Emma Watson and Rupert Grint at the David Yates-directed finale's world premiere in London's Trafalgar Square last night.
The film 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2' opened in cinemas on Friday, July 15.