Daniel Radcliffe has acknowledged that he at times used to turn up to shoot his films for Harry Potter while he was still drunk from the night before.
While sharing his decision to stop drinking many years ago and too for a program which was to be telecasted on Sky Arts later this year. The actor also confided that he resorted to alcohol so that he could cope with the pressures of potential failure and fame. He also disclosed that he had not benefited from not drinking. He also confided that drinking was not making him as happy as he wanted to be.
Daniel Radcliffe has managed to find work due to his Potter films, and also by acting in the 2012 year’s horror box office hit “The-Woman-in-Black” and also by playing the poet Allen Ginsberg in the previous year’s indie biographical movie “Kill Your Darlings”. He also said that he has accepted the fact that he would now not be associated with his role in the form of an orphaned boy wizard which was created by J.K. Rowling.
He was happy to tell that the people now stopped shouting him by the name of Harry Potter as they now know his name.
This was not the first time that the legendary actor Radcliffe has been refreshingly straightforward about his difficulties with alcohol. He ultimately became a teetotaler on August 2010. In an interview he had said that drinking for him had been unhealthy and that it was damaging this body as well as his social life.
Radcliffe also said that he was always in a constant fear of the people he met added and this is what made him confine himself in his apartment for days and drink alone. He also said that he became a recluse at 20 and that it was very pathetic. Radcliffe also made it clear that he was a fun, polite person.