Daniel Radcliffe is much known by the name Harry Potter. Sixteen years ago when kids were enjoying their teenage with reading and watching Harry Potter series, Daniel Radcliffe was working day and night in his teenage for bringing the Harry Potter character to life. His hard work paid him popularity as well as money. We wonder what he would have done with the money earned in eight films of the Harry Potter series.
So Daniel Utilized The Money Here
Immense popularity was bound to a part for Daniel Radcliffe when the film has been made on the very popular novel by J.K. Rowling. This was also accompanied by earnings of £74 million for Daniel Radcliffe. This also followed his name in the list of the richest teenagers in his continent on top.
In a recent interview with Belfast Telegraph, Daniel said that he has barely touched the Harry Potter fortune. Not concentrating on money makes Daniel focus on his career.
“I’m very grateful for it, because having money means you don’t have to worry about it, which is a very lovely freedom to have. It also gives me immense freedom, career-wise.”
Daniel After Harry Potter
Daniel experimented with several roles after the Harry Potter series. The not so popular television show A Young Doctor’s Notebook also marked his presence. He was also a part of films like What If, Kill Your Darling, Victor Frankenstein, Imperium and Swiss Army Man.
The actor also states that he is interested in doing films that he likes and not what makes him only money.
“For all the people who’ve followed my career, I want to give them something to be interested in, rather than them just watch me make loads of money on c*** films for the rest of my life.”
He feels lucky to be amongst those who love their job. Daniel loves to be on sets, surrounded by his work.
“If someone told me tomorrow, ‘You’re never going back on set,’ I really wouldn’t know what to do with the rest of my life. I don’t know what my life looks like without regularly being on a film set. I’d go crazy. I’m one of the lucky few who love my job.”