VIDEO: Daniel Radcliffe 'Definitely' Wants to Return to Musical Theater As Soon As He Finds Perfect Role
In a new interview shared on USA Today, actor Daniel Radcliffe discusses the new London sensation HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD and reveals that he "definitely" wants to do musical theater again, once he finds the perfect role.
"It's just about finding the right one, because you have to love it when you do it for that long - and it's really hard work," says the 'Harry Potter' star. He adds, "I still think the hardest an actor can work is to do a Broadway musical." Watch the clip below!
Radcliffe was recently screen as Igor in Paul McGuigan's Victor Frankenstein, opposite James McAvoy. The actor's recent films include SWISS ARMY MAN, THE WOMAN IN BLACK, KILL YOUR DARLINGS, HORNS, WHAT IF and TRAINWRECK. His upcoming projects include BROOKLYN BRIDGE, YOUNG AMERICANS and NOW YOU SEE ME: THE SECOND ACT, as well as the TV movie GAME CHANGER.
Radcliffe rose to international fame starring as the title character in HARRY POTTER, the highest grossing film series of all time. The actor recently appeared on the Great White Way in THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN and Broadway's recent revival of HOW TO SUCCEED IN BUSINESS WITHOUT REALLY TRYING. Radcliffe also starred in EQUUS in 2008.