Daniel Radcliffe On Harry Potter: "I Still Love Those Movies"
Horns actor has also revealed that living in the UK stopped him being "cocky" following the success of the flicks...
Speaking of fame, Radcliffe - who is currently promoting new movie Horns - said: "Doing the whole growing up as an actor in England is very different from doing it in America.
"I think people over here have a tendency (to), you know, if you get cocky they tell you and they're not going to allow you to get too big for your boots. I definitely think I would have possibly turned out very different, all of us might have, if we'd been doing it in America."
D-Rad went on to explain that he made a conscious decision to audition for roles different to Potter after the flicks finished, telling Kelly: "You only achieve longevity through variety and through showing that you can do lots of different things…
"When you're young and in your 20s you're castable as a certain thing but you ain't going to be playing that kind of character when you're in your 50s and if you are you're probably not going to be working - so you have to find as many things you're good at as possible." The 25-year old went on to add that he "still loves" the Harry Potter movies, concluding: "If it was preventing me from getting other work I might be resentful of it but because I've always been able to have a career outside of it... I still love those movies."
Horns is due for release in the UK on October 29.