‘Harry Potter’ stars then and now
What do the stars of “Harry Potter” look like today?
‘Harry Potter’ stars all grown up
It’s been 20 years since “Harry Potter” made a splash in the book world, first debuting in the U.K. and then becoming a smash hit in the U.S.
What are the stars of the film franchise up to today?
Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter)
Before scoring the role of the “Boy Who Lived,” Radcliffe starred in multiple school productions before he landed a role on the 1999 television version of Charles Dickens’ classic, “David Copperfield.”
He made his big screen debut as Geoffrey Rush and Jamie Lee Curtis’ son in “The Tailor of Panama.” After Lee Curtis’ suggestion, the aspiring actor tried out for the role of Harry Potter. In recent years, he has focused on his theater work but also done the occassional big-screen film like 2016’s “Imperium.”
Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom)
Matthew Lewis has come a long way since his days as the nerdy and quiet Neville Longbottom. He has appeared in several TV shows and a handful of films since his “Potter” days. He most recently appeared in the 2016 film “Me Before You.”
Emma Watson (Hermione Granger)
An aspiring actress since the age of 6, Emma studied singing, dancing and acting at the performing arts school Stagecoach Theatre Arts where she starred in various school productions such as, “Arthur: The Young Years” and “The Happy Prince.”
Watson was 10 when casting began for…