Why Daniel Radcliffe Wants His Kids to Avoid Fame ‘At All Costs’

don’t expect Daniel Radcliffefuture children to play James Sirius, Lily Luna or Albus Severus on the big screen.

Although the Harry Potter was world famous at the age of 11, the 33-year-old said he did not want the life of a movie star for his future children.

“I think we say that as people who have done well,” Radcliffe told Newsweek during an interview with another former child star. Evan Rachel Wood“and we always act so clear, we enjoyed it. But I wouldn’t want my kid to be famous.”

But he would still like his children to experience the magic of cinema. “I want my kids, if they exist and when they exist…I would like them to be around film sets,” he said. “A dream would be for them to come to a film set and be like, ‘God, you know, I wish I was in the art department. I wish I was something on the crew.’ Some of this, but not of that.”

The actor clarified where he draws the line between working in Hollywood and becoming a celebrity in his own right.

“I think if you can find yourself in a situation where you’re on film sets without it being a big deal in your life, that’s fine,” he continued. “Film sets are wonderful places and can be wonderful for kids, but it’s the celebrity side that should be avoided at all costs.”


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