Daniel Racliffe has undoubtedly one of the most famous faces in the world and one of the best reputations in Hollywood, but he’s still not sure why they are usually considered mutually exclusive.
“It’s almost one of those things where I get tired – no, I don’t get tired of hearing how nice I am – but like, I don’t think I am that nice (laughs),” the 25-year-old actor tells JustJared.com while talking about his latest flick Horns in this brand new interview. “Not that I think I’m a horrible person, but the only reason it gets remarked upon is because of what people expect me to be like.”
The director of Daniel‘s first 2014 title, What If, once praised the actor for having learned all the names of the crew before stepping foot on set, something he didn’t think twice about.
“Here’s the thing, it should be really common and it is common, but anything I do is measured against the expectation that people have of me that I will be a dick,” Daniel tells us. “So when I’m not a dick, it gets mentioned more than it will for other people when they’re being just normal, polite human beings. I think that’s what it is with me.
He adds, “There are a lot of actors who don’t learn people’s names, but I think that’s f-cking – pardon me – I think that’s disgusting. I’ve always found that horrible when people don’t bother to learn names of people you’re going to be working with for a while. I’m not saying I never get into that situation where you don’t know someone’s name and you’ve known them way too long to ask. I still find myself in that situation often, but just make an effort and know the people you’re working with.”
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