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Daniel Radcliffe Talks Tony Award Snub

Daniel Radcliffe Talks Tony Award Snub

Daniel Radcliffe steps out on Friday (May 13) in New York City’s West Village.

The 21-year-old British actor, who’s currently in town performing in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, listened to music on his iPod as he walked downtown. Daniel carried a few books and a water bottle with him for his day out on the town.

Although Dan wasn’t nominated for a Tony Award for his performance in the show, he assured the Wall Street Journal that he didn’t consider the exclusion a snub.

“It’s such a competitive year, particularly in that category,” Daniel said. “It’s amazing to me that I’m talked about in those circles, that people think I belong in that company.”

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12 Comments

# 1

I just love this guy! He is always so humble. gives credit where credit is due. Not like so many other “actors” his age who want to be stars and celebutards.

# 3

Hey, Really great work,I would like to join your blog anyway so please continue sharing with us.

# 4

Daniel is a great person and an amazing actor. I love him.

# 5

harryyyy.

# 6

aw, he’s so humble :-)
his parents raised him well.

# 7

it’s amazing how down-to-earth these HP kids are :)

# 8

…listened to music on his iPod as he walked downtown. carried a few books and a water bottle with him, HA, IT’S SOOO IMPORTANT. LOL!

# 9

Daniel seems like such a lovely, down to earth person. He is a credit to his family. The same can’t be said for a lot of young hollywood ”stars” today.

He was snubbed though! At the least, he definitely should have been nominated. How to Succeed was brilliant.

As a British person within the entertainment industry I can most definately say I’m proud that most of our actors and performers are treated differently and stay grounded. We have a totally different system over here, we dont cater to every whim, we treat them and we would want to be treated and work is just that work, that’s not to say fun isnt to be had but we do it in moderation and truly enjoy what we do.

I truly feel sorry for a lot of young actors in the us,a lot of them have a machine of people making them into something they are not and they end up trapped in a cycle. Mind you, everybody has free will and can make their own choices in life. There are only a handful of young actors today who actually take it seriously and treat it as a profession above a folly, yes you are lucky to be in such a world but act gracefully, with talent and knowledge and maybe you’ll have a long career instead of being remembered or not as the case maybe for something other than what you went into it for.

I agree that these HP kids are wonderfully normal and humble. Kudos not only to their families, but the adults on set when the films were being made. I’ve never heard anything about drugs or alcohol or public ranting or sexual exploits or ANYTHING derogatory about ANY HP kid. US child actors are all about that stuff all the time and worse, with a few exceptions. And I agree with Lilia. Reporting on any celebrity who is doing something boring and mundane is pathetic. VERY slow news day! How sad. It is truly amazing how normal they are in spite of everyone ogling and taking pics of them just cuz they know how to walk down the street!!!

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