Daniel Radcliffe Talks About The 1 Thing He Wants His Kids To Avoid ‘At All Costs’

Daniel Radcliffe doesn’t have youngsters but, however he already is aware of there’s one factor he doesn’t need them to expertise.

“I want my kids ― if and when they exist ― I would love them to be around film sets,” the actor advised Newsweek whereas on a press tour cease for his new film, “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story.”

“A dream would be for them to come onto a film set and be like, ’God, you know, I’d love to be in the art department. I’d love to be something in the crew.”

“But,” he added, “I wouldn’t want fame for my kid.”

“Film sets are wonderful places,” the “Harry Potter” alum defined. “I think a lot of the time it can be wonderful for kids. But it’s really the fame side of it that should be avoided at all costs.”

In an interview with BBC Radio 4′s “Desert Island Discs,” Radcliffe detailed how discovering fame at a younger age may put an unbelievable quantity of stress on a baby.

Daniel Radcliffe, proven right here on the premiere of “The Lost City” on March 12 in Austin, Texas, says he used to “get very drunk” to cope with the stress of fame.

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“I think a huge problem for a lot of people is they get into a situation where they start doing something when they’re 10,” he mentioned within the March 2020 interview.

“They are committed for several years, and they stop enjoying it. They are ― by that point ― the breadwinner for their family, so multiple people are reliant on them continuing to do this job, and they feel pressured into it.

“If they don’t enjoy it, they go ‘Well, I will enjoy all the other things this life gives me, even if I hate the work.’ So I think that’s why you can see people going to drugs,” he mentioned.

Radcliffe, who started appearing at 10 and gained the coveted function of Harry Potter at age 11, has spoken about how onerous it’s to deal with the pressures of being a star. The “Swiss Army Man” revealed he used to get “very drunk” to cope with the highlight.

Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint at the New York premiere of "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone" on Nov. 11, 2001.
Emma Watson, Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint on the New York premiere of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” on Nov. 11, 2001.

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“The quickest way to forget about the fact that you were being watched was to get very drunk,” the 33-year-old revealed on an episode of “Off Camera With Sam Jones” in 2019.

“Then as you get very drunk, you become aware, ‘Oh, people are watching more now because now I’m getting very drunk, so I should probably drink more to ignore that more,’” the now-sober actor mentioned.

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