Bless that many people can be hell. Fame, something that is desired by millions of people in the world, ceases to be a penalty for many famous world actors. This is the case of Daniel Radcliffe, actor Harry Potter.
At the age of 29, the boy was encouraged to confess that went around the world. During the presentation of the Critical Television Awards in California. "They can not imagine how much fame can cover and be so open," he said.
Emma Watson and Daniel Radcliffe in "Harry Potter."
Radcliffe's life was changed in 2001, when he was 12 years old and became a star. Probably, as of now, he did not know how to integrate the issue and to push it to alcoholism. "In my case, the quickest way to forget that I'm being analyzed around the world to be very drunk, and when you're drunk, you're thinking, And, people look to me even more, but because I'm so drunk, so I may even drink more to ignore it even more. "
Radcliffe continued: "There's no way out of that when you start so young, it's like when people talk about Justin Bieber, I'll tell them, your life must be very crazy now. & # 39; It seems, by having a great job and being rich, you are not allowed to be sad or uncomfortable. "
Daniel managed to get rid of his "dependence after years and many attempts": "I woke up one morning after a long night and said:" This is not fine. "When I think For all disorder, I will tell me that I am happier now. "
Radcliffe plays Harry Potter (AFP).
Born in London in 1989, the son of a literary agent and casting director, he was a family friend who insisted on being an audition about what his first role would be, a television adaptation of David Copperfield, by Charles Dickens.
Yes, Alcoholism could not against his girlfriend for a vocation: "Even when I was low, I kept the love of my work. I have never thought: I do not want this to happen. & # 39; "
En 2017 (and via Facebook Live), Radcliffe had admitted that he was suffering from dyspraxia, The condition of the brain makes it difficult to plan and co-ordinate physical movements. It stops it from removing its spirits or performing complicated movements that require excessive energy enforcement.