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At 23 years old, he is extremely rich (his fortune has been estimated at £60million), but money is not, he says, the motivating factor in his life.To have grown up in the public eye, in the highest-grossing film franchise of all time, has carried barely imaginable psychological pressures.Just to hear him enthuse about playing “Cripple Billy” – another orphan hero, derided by those around him, who dreams of Hollywood stardom circa 1934, and the filming of Robert J Flaherty’s enduring documentary Man of Aran – is to receive a powerful adrenalin rush by osmosis.Despite looking wholly down to earth in a white T-shirt and jeans, he exudes star quality.He’s also savvy enough to sense what not to divulge.When I try to coax him into talking about his love life, he replies with a smile: “I’ve learnt that no matter what I say or don’t say, people form their opinions anyway, so I’m now going to let everyone guess and leave it there.” But he’s also chatty, self-deprecating, articulate, focused – all of the things many young men would like to be at his age but often aren’t.
Certainly being who he is, he finds “you affect the room you’re in and people will turn around and have certain perceptions of what your life must be like.
“I don’t think I’ve ever done something bad on screen – and he does some very nasty things to people.
It’s a weird, dark movie and I’m thrilled with it.” He’s equally thrilled with the finished result of Kill Your Darlings, from New York director John Krokidas, in which he plays Allen Ginsberg in 1944 – a point at which the young Ginsberg was discovering his homosexuality, his vocation as a poet and meeting fellow “Beats” William Burroughs and Jack Kerouac.
A couple of years ago, the British theatre director Michael Grandage was dining with Daniel Radcliffe in New York when, across the restaurant, a young girl recognised Radcliffe as the star of the Harry Potter films.
“She kind of went into trauma – that’s the only way I can describe it,” Grandage tells me. I’ve never seen anything like it, but Daniel managed to calm her down. He said that happens to him a fair bit.” One of the curious things about Radcliffe, whom I met recently in Grandage’s Shaftesbury Avenue offices, is his refusal to moan about the price of fame.