Daniel Radcliffe: Beyond Harry Potter


Radcliffe in New York

Though he admits that “Page Six” won’t likely be reporting stories of his late nights at Avenue (“I’m much happier at home in front of the History Channel”), he does have a penchant for La Esquina dinners, ping-pong in Battery Park and anonymous walks in the West Village. “It’s quite good being this short; you just put your hood up and no one gives you a second glance really,” he says. The work is what makes him uniquely happy in New York. “I’ve never felt better about myself as an actor than when I was on Broadway doing Equus, because I felt part of an artistic community. And I’m not slagging off London, because I love it, but the interplay and the amount of socializing between the shows in New York—it’s just glorious and doesn’t happen in the West End as far as I can tell.”

Source: Gotham Magazine

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