Daniel Radcliffe Bio, Family, Facts, Career, Personal Life and Net Worth

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Daniel Radcliffe is a worldwide famous English actor who achieved his fame at a very young age with his lead role in Hollywood’s ‘Harry Potter’ series.

This article will tell you about his childhood, family, facts, career, personal life, and net worth.


Full Name Daniel Jacob Radcliffe
Nationality British
Famous for Actor
Date of Birth July 23, 1989 AD
Age 32 Years (as of 2021)
Zodiac sign Cancer
Birthplace Fulham, West London, England
Height 1.65m
Father Alan Radcliffe
Mother Marcia Gresham
Education City of London School, Sussex House School
Net Worth $115 million (estimated in 2021)

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Daniel Jacob Radcliffe is an English-born actor who made his name and fame by working on the Hollywood adaptation of Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling. He directed seven films for “Harry Potter”, which made him a star in Hollywood. Born and raised in London and he belonged to a working-class family. His mother works as a casting agent for the BBC and his father is a literary agent. He’s always been into acting and when he was 10 he was cast in “David Copperfield” on the BBC. From there he was recognized as a famous child artist from England.

Daniel Radcliffe worked in the Harry Potter series from 2002 to 2010, making him a talented actor and the richest teenager in England. He won a National Film Award and was nominated multiple times for MTV Awards. He has performed many theatrical productions such as Martin McDonagh’s play “The Cripple of Inishmaan” and “The Play I Wrote”. Other movies he has starred in so far include “The Woman in Black”, “My Boy Jack”, “Kill Your Darlings”, “Frankenstein”, and “The Voice of Tokyo”.

Childhood and Early Life:

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Daniel Radcliffe was born on July 23, 1989, in Fulham, West London, England, to Alan George Radcliffe and Marcia Jenin Gresham. His father is a literary agent and his mother worked as a casting agent for the BBC. Radcliffe belonged to a working-class family. His father is a prolific Protestant and his mother is Jewish. Both of his parents worked on small acting projects as children. He was interested in acting professionally from the age of five, but when he finally reached the age of 10 he landed a role in the BBC adaptation of Dickens’ book “David Copperfield”.

Radcliffe’s education is from two different private schools, Sussex House School, and the City of London School. It became difficult for him to attend school due to his busy schedules and decided not to go to college because he knew he wanted to write and act and that a college education would get in the way.


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In 1999, when Daniel Radcliffe was 10 years old, he landed the lead role in the BBC adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “David Copperfield”. He did a few auditions for the role before finally signing on the project. In the year 2000, Radcliffe received an offer to audition for his role in “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”. His parents insisted that he not be sent to auditions because the contract required him to produce all seven films in Los Angeles. After several trials, he was shortlisted for the movie. Initially, he signed a contract for two films and promised that filming would take place in the UK. The movie finally came out in 2001 and Radcliffe received a seven-figure salary. It was the highest-grossing movie of the year. His performance was well-received by critics.

In the same year, Radcliffe did El Sastre de Panamá. In 2002, “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” was released and Radcliffe received critical acclaim for him. The film was the second-highest-grossing movie in the world. In 2004, “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban” was released and received the highest rating of any film in the series to date. It was the highest-grossing movie in the entire series. In 2005, he again appeared in the sequel, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”. This movie was directed by Mike Newell and produced by Warner Bros. Pictures. This movie was also nominated for an Academy Award for the category of Best Art Direction. In 2007, “Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix” was released. For this film, he received many award nominations and won a National Film Award in the category of Best Male Performance.

Later Works:

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Daniel Radcliffe also appeared on “December Boys”. In 2007, Radcliffe produced a movie called “My Boy Jack” with Hollywood star Carrie Mulligan. It was a TV movie that was broadcast on ITV. In 2009, “Harry Potter and the Price of Half-Blood” was released as the penultimate film in the series. He was nominated for Best Male Performance and International Star at the MTV Movie Awards. In 2010, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1” was released and the film performed relatively well in the UK. The film received average reviews from the media.

In 2011, the last film of the series “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2” was released. The film had its biggest premiere on its first day and its biggest weekend. It is considered the fourth highest-grossing film of all time. In 2013, Radcliffe starred in “Kill Your Darlings,” a suspense drama directed by John Crookedas. He also appeared in two more movies, “The F Word” and “Horns”, in the same year. He did the movie “The Cripple of Inishmaan” at Noel Coward Theater.

Personal Life:

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Daniel Radcliffe met Rossane Coker in 2007 while she was helping on the “Harry Potter and the Prince of Blood” groups. She was 23 years old and he confirms that he loves her and that they are giving her step by step. In 2008, Radcliffe told the media that he suffers from a neuro-developmental coordination disorder. He said it got so bad that he couldn’t even do daily activities.


Radcliffe is an atheist and claims to be very proud of being a Jew. Forbes has ranked him “Most Valuable Young Superstar”. Radcliffe is considered the richest teenager in England.

Net Worth:

Daniel Radcliffe has an estimated net worth of almost $115 million (estimated in 2021).


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