Harry Potter Fame Daniel Radcliffe Was Once Mistaken As A Homeless Man; Received Charity From A Passerby

Harry Potter fame actor Daniel Radcliffe revealed that he was once mistaken for a homeless person, thanks to his unrecognised look that resulted in him in receiving charity from a passerby

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Harry Potter Fame Daniel Radcliffe Was Once Mistaken As A Homeless Man; Received Charity From A Passerby

Daniel Radcliffe shot up to fame after starring in Harry Potter franchise. The actor went on to star in many films but he is still popularly known for his Harry Potter character which garnered a lot of love and appreciation from the movie buffs. The 30-year-old actor recently graced the Graham Norton Show where he revealed an incident when he was once mistaken for a homeless person, thanks to his unrecognised look that resulted in him receiving charity from a passerby. 

 

Daniel's look has changed quite a bit as he now sports a heavy rugged beard. Speaking of which, on the show, Daniel recalled an incident when a passerby handed him five dollars and said, 'Get yourself a coffee mate' as he thought he was down and out. While talking to Graham Norton on his show, he said, "It's weird and funny, with some very odd moments. I was in New York recently with my girlfriend and while she was in a shop, I was outside with our adopted dog," he said. 




Later, the actor added, "It was very cold, and I had on a hoodie, a fleece and then a big coat over the top. Because it was so cold, I knelt down to warm the dog and I saw this guy looking at me and then he walked past me. But then he came back and handed me five dollars and said, 'Get yourself a coffee mate.' And my girl came out and I said that I don't think I'm wearing nice clothes, I thought it was vey nice, if that was my wake-up call that apparently, I need to shave more often!"


Image source: YouTube/  The Graham Norton Show

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