Welcome to Just-Dan.com; a fan site for the extremely talented Daniel Radcliffe. His big break came playing wizard schoolboy 'Harry Potter' in the eight film series based on the books by JK Rowling. His more recent roles include 'The Woman In Black', 'Kill Your Darlings' & 'What If'. He has starred in a wide variety of TV roles, including the 'My Boy Jack' & 'A Young Doctor's Notebook'. You may have seen him from various theatre roles including 'How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying' & 'Equus'.
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Dan joins ‘Swiss Army Man’ (07/1/15): Indie flick Swiss Army Man picked up a strong trio for its leads: Daniel Radcliffe, Paul Dano, .....
Dan invited to become member of the Academy (06/27/15): 322 people including Dan have been invited to become a member of the Academy (Oscars). Other British.....
Daniel Radcliffe has signed up for romantic comedy ‘F Word’.
The ‘Woman in Black’ actor will star opposite US actress Zoe Kazan – who stars in 2007 comedy drama ‘The Savages’ and Joss Whedon’s latest project ‘In Your Eyes’ – with ‘Goon’ helmer Michael Dowse in line to direct the motion picture.
The film tells the story of a pair of twentysomethings – Wallace (Daniel) and Chantry (Zoe) – who hit it off after meeting at a party, but they are forced to keep their relationship platonic and decide to just be friends because Zoe’s alter-ego has a long-term boyfriend.
‘F Word’ is based on the play ‘Toothpaste and Cigars’ by T.J. Dawe and Michael Rinaldi, with production set to begin mid-August in Toronto.
Elan Mastai is penning the script for the movie, with David Gross and Jesse Shapira set to produce along with Marc Stephenson and Hartley Gorenstein.
Since starring in eight ‘Harry Potter’ movies, Daniel has taken on much darker roles, such as portraying a lawyer who uncovers a terrifying secret in ‘Woman in Black’, and he is starring in drama project ‘Kill Your Darlings’ next year.