Daniel Radcliffe 'hopes' that his death will be on film set

24 November 2013 / 2 years 11 months ago

Daniel Radcliffe "hopes" to die on a film set.

The 'Kill Your Darlings' actor - who shot to fame playing the titular boy wizard in the 'Harry Potter' movie franchise - loves his work and can't imagine ever wanting to give it up.

He said: "Acting's too much fun. I love it too much to stop. And it's what I do, what I've grown up doing.

"There's an assumption that people make where if you've grown up on a set, surely you must be tired of that or want to go somewhere else. 

"But actually I've never known anything but being on film sets and I love them. They are places of immense comfort and familiarity. I hope I get to die on one. Honestly. Later rather than sooner."

Despite his multi-million pound fortune, the 24-year-old actor insists he doesn't spend a lot of money.

He told the Guardian newspaper: "Anyone who is my friend knows that I don't spend money. So they can hang around with me as much as they like and they still ain't going to get anything. Haha! They barely even get a birthday gift - if they're lucky." 

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