Daniel Radcliffe: No Ordinary Wizard

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Simon and Schuster, Sep 27, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 128 pages
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When the millions of Harry Potter fans close their eyes and picture the world-famous wizard with the lightning-bolt scar on his forehead, they immediately picture Daniel Radcliffe. Since the age of eleven, Daniel has been the face of Harry Potter, bringing the beloved character and his hair-raising adventures to life on the big screen. Though sometimes it might seem like Daniel and Harry are one and the same, when Daniel takes off those famous round glasses he has a style that is entirely his own. From his favorite punk rock bands to his favorite cartoon, find out everything you ever wanted to know about this young star: how Dan got cast as Harry, what life is like on the set, and how he spends his time when he1s not battling the dark arts.

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By now, most fans have learned the fate of J.K. Rowling's beloved character, Harry, with her recent completion of the Harry Potter saga. But what has Hollywood's most famous teen wizard, Daniel ... Read full review

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The author did a fine job in sharing different aspects of Daniel in his journey of landing the role of Harry Potter, how he remained level-headed with the newfound fame, and his future plans beyond ... Read full review


Dans Magic
Not Your Typical Actor
Harry Potter Mania
One in Ten Thousand
Film Wizards
New Friends on Set
Wild About Harry
The Big Time
Dan Goes Dark
Keeping Pace with Potter
Just a Regular Kid
Whats Next
The Basics
Fun Facts
Dans Discography

Moving On

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Marlene Wallach is the president and owner of the Wilhlemina Kids & Teens modeling agency. She prides herself on nurturing young talent in the modeling and talent industries. An expert in the field, Marlene has made frequent appearances on television where she comments on children and fashion-related topics. You can visit her online at www.justaskmarlene.com.

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