Approval of God: He was shown the "Daniel Radcliffe's Delicious Arsehole" card from Cards Against Humanity, and after a moment of mild bemusement admitted he found it quite funny before gleefully signing it. Proof◊.
Contractual Purity: Moral Guardians were in an uproar about Dan starring in Equus because he's naked on stage, and there was similar press about the infamous Harry/Hermione nude kiss in Deathly Hallows Part 1 - even though neither of them were actually nude when they shot it. But averted when he came out after having problems with alcoholism, as he announced he would be staying away from it.
I Am Not Spock: He's still young, so he may escape this one day, but for now he's known first and foremost as Harry Potter. This also applies to nearlyallthe other actors to play Hogwarts students in the series and even some of the already famous adult actors playing teachers and so forth. That's not to say that he and his cast mates aren't proud of having starred in it, because they are.
Method Acting: Lampshaded this once. When asked how he prepared for the lead role in Equus, he mentioned how the questioner obviously expected him to say "I sat in a stable for a few days and talked to myself", instead of "I watched Spongebob for an hour and then went to work."
In 2016, he said that since he was a child, he wanted to play Spider-Man, although he also said "The boat has sailed" after Tom Holland got the role for Marvel Cinematic Universe, and essentially congratulating Holland in the process.
Being a huge fan of The Simpsons growing up, he was delighted about his guest appearance on the show and described it as "the culmination of his life". Fun fact: with Emma Watson having voiced Princess Pea for The Tale of Despereaux and Rupert Grint voicing Josh in Postman Pat: The Movie, all members of the trio have voiced an animated character.
Radcliffe had idolizedJames McAvoy when he was a teen, so he considers it a great privilege to act alongside the man who inspired his acting career in Victor Frankenstein. Daniel mentions in the Nov. 2015 issue of Empire that he was star-struck when they first met on set.
Radcliffe: I was nine when I met Maggie Smith. I didn't know who Maggie Smith was, so there was no fear of being awestruck or anything. But when I met James... I had grown up watching Inside Im Dancing, Atonement, The Last King of Scotland... He was somebody I always really looked up to, so I think easily the first week or two it was just a lot of me being like, "Oh my god, he's so good."