In a new "Funny or Die" video, 'Harry Potter' star Daniel Radcliffe says that he's actually the wunderkind wizard himself!
"It was probably around the time of the fourth film that I kind of started to realize that I was Harry," he explains. "I thought I was an actor playing a wizard, but really I was a wizard playing an actor."
"Dan is a fantastic character… and I really enjoyed playing him," "Harry" says.
He says that Harry "kind of chills out a lot" now that he's fought and killed all the evil spirits. "I talk to women and tell them that I'm Harry and see where that gets me," he adds.
He says the thing he's most proud of is his quidditch playing abilities, and when the interviewer, filmmaker Judd Apatow, points out that he thought that quidditch was a made-up sport, "Harry" reacts angrily, saying, "You know this is actually kind of what I hate about America. I love being here but what I absolutely hate is your complete lack of appreciation for British sports!" He then proceeds to go behind the camera to show the interviewer his "broom burn" from playing quidditch.
Watch the video for more! 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1' is in theaters now.