Daniel Radcliffe has revealed how embarrassed he once felt when he thought a fan was asking for a photo with the Harry Potter star.
The actor said he was 17 at the time when he misread the situation in an interview with Chris Moyles which you can watch via Radio X.
“I had one of the most awful, embarrassing moments, one of those when you just want to crawl in a hole,” Radcliffe admitted.
“I’d been to see a play, it was a very crowded bar and my friend was standing at the bar and I’d just been talking to him and I was working my way out through the crowd.
“And as I was working my way out through the crowd, I came face to face, very close to this girl who started making a face and going, ‘Oh, oh would you mind? Would it be possible if?’ and I was like, ‘I’m really, really sorry, I’m just on my way out right now.’ She just went, ‘No, I’m just trying to get past you’. I was just like ‘Oh God’.
“I was 17. I just thought I won’t make that mistake again.”
Reports recently suggested that plans are being made for a possible new Harry Potter film starring Daniel Radcliffe.
Radcliffe portrayed the character for eight films from 2001-2011, with actor Jamie Parker taking on the role for new stage show, Harry Potter And The Cursed Child.
Speaking about whether he would consider a return as Potter, Radcliffe recently said: “It would depend on the script. The circumstances would have to be pretty extraordinary. But then I am sure Harrison Ford said that with Han Solo and look what happened there!”
“So I am saying ‘No’ for now, but leaving room to backtrack in the future,” he added.