Daniel Radcliffe isn't planning on having just any old career post-Harry Potter, he's setting his sights on something much higher. The 22-year-old superstar has already experienced success beyond most people's wildest dreams, but Radcliffe tells Empire Magazine his aspirations that extend much further than that. He is hoping to emulate the career of his esteemed Potter co-star, Gary Oldman.
When I look at Gary Oldman's career, that's what I look at and go, 'Oh my God! That's amazing!' The versatility and range shown there... And, you know, I believe I'm capable of that. I just want to keep working with interesting people and hopefully build up as diverse and varied a body of work as I can.

Can you blame him? If growing up around some of Britain's finest talents such as Alan Rickman, Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon, Richard Harris, and Oldman himself doesn't inspire you to be a better actor, I doubt anything will. I've always been a fan of Radcliffe because of my love for the Harry Potter films. I think he started out as a naturally talented child and grew into a great actor over the years, delivering an especially impressive turn in the last installment of the series. After seeing his superb performance as the lead in the Broadway musical How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, I had a whole new appreciation for his talent. Between his Broadway successes and his role in the 2012 horror film The Woman In Black, I think Radcliffe is well on his way to being famous for more than just one big role. I can't wait to see what he does next.

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