Daniel Radcliffe has hardly ever has any days off to go on holiday since he shot to fame playing boy wizard Harry Potter aged 10.
Daniel Radcliffe never goes on holiday.
The 23-year-old actor shot to fame aged 10 when he played boy wizard Harry Potter and has been acting ever since, which leaves him very little time to kick back and relax.
He told the Sun newspaper: ''I am really bad at booking in nice breaks. I had four days off when I went away with a couple of friends to Cornwall a few months ago.
''I was trying to work out with someone the other day when the last time was that I stopped working for more than two weeks.
''It is beyond living memory. To be honest, I like it this way. I have always had very structured time since the age of ten.''
Daniel has most recently been working on movie 'Kill Your Darlings' and appearing in stage play 'The Cripple of Inishmaan' and says he adores acting so much he isn't bothered about the millions he's made from it, but is driven to continue by a thirst to better himself.
He has previously said: ''I love my job and I want to earn the right to do it every day.
''I don't know when the last time was I had a holiday. I am now actively trying to develop other interests.''
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