Radcliffe, who grew up in the limelight after acquiring the coveted part of Harry Potter got emotional on the celebrated boulevard at the service of Thursday, telling the crowd how he’d not taken his profession for allowed and thanking his parents.
“Regardless of what kind day I was having, I was always lucky because there was always a film to make … Dog died – go make a movie. Failed some exams – go make a movie. Had your first kiss – go celebrate by making a goddamn movie,” he said.
“If you get to work in this job, you are by sheer virtue of statistics one of the luckiest people on earth so none of us who are lucky enough to do this should ever forget that and I promise you that I won’t. I’ll never stop feeling lucky to be here and be a part of this.”