Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has said he put his foot down when he was asked to strip off for his latest role - because he has shown too much already. Asked about filming the second series of the Sky Arts comedy drama A Young Doctor's Notebook , he said: "I think there was a discussion about possible nudity for one scene and I think my comment was, 'I got naked in three films last year, please can I not? Radcliffe, who appeared in a bath with Hamm in the first series of A Young Doctor's Notebook , joked: "We don't get naked in this series, much to everyone's disappointment. The actor, who also stripped off for the play Equus, said of his post-Potter career: "People have given me the opportunity to work on really interesting things and get better.
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DRESSED in a leather jacket and hunched antisocially over his cellphone, Daniel Radcliffe could have been any other disaffected teenager adrift in gadget-world. But suddenly he looked up and leapt to his feet as if prodded by Emily Post herself. Radcliffe explained. It was early in the summer.
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By Daily Mail Reporter. Daniel Radcliffe has revealed he had his bottom waxed for a theatre role. The year-old star used a technique called sugaring to remove his the hair on his behind when he had to strip naked for stage play Equus in The 'painful' technique involves a combination of products like honey, lemon juice and sugar which are applied to the skin and pulled off along with the hair. Extreme lengths: Daniel Radcliffe has admitted having his bottom waxed ahead of going nude in former theatre role Equus.
You'd expect a lot of parents to get on their high horse about Daniel Radcliffe's role in the Broadway revival of "Equus," which opens this week. How could the actor who plays Harry Potter—hero to millions of young, impressionable children—get naked onstage, and in such a fiercely disturbing vehicle? Radcliffe plays Alan Strang, a disturbed young man who, when the play opens, has been sent to a psychiatric ward because he blinded six horses with a poker.