Daniel Radcliffe became world famous overnight when he was cast in the lead of the movie versions of J.K. Rowling's monstrously popular 'Harry Potter' novels -- he was just 11. Yet somehow, in a movie industry where super-sized egos and a grand sense of entitlement are often excused, Radcliffe remains grounded, genuine and self-deprecating.

As movie no. 6, 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince,' makes its way to a sure-to-be blockbuster opening, a grown-up Radcliffe, now 19, speaks candidly to Moviefone about transitioning from child star to sex symbol, dropping trou on stage in 'Equus' -- and why he really thinks Dumbledore was outed.
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