Daniel Radcliffe feels 'guilty' if he doesn't work
'Harry Potter' star Daniel Radcliffe says he struggles when he doesn't work because he feels guilty and agitated'Harry Potter' star Daniel Radcliffe says he struggles when he doesn't work because he feels guilty and agitated.
Daniel Radcliffe. Pic/AFP
The 22-year-old actor, who shot to fame at the age of 11 taking on the title role in the "Harry Potter" franchise, said he has no desire to take a break from acting as he finds it really hard to be away from a film set, reported Contactmusic.
"I find it really hard to do nothing. I've been conditioned to work. I've worked since I was 10 - every day, so when I'm not working I get bored and agitated and feel guilty, like I should be doing something.
Honestly the happiest I ever am is on a film set. It's my favourite place in the world, so it's not a hardship. I'd rather be working than on holiday," Radcliffe said.
After the "Harry Potter" films finished last year, Radcliffe admits he did think about a career change but decided he loved acting too much.
"I've thought about it but actually I love my job. I want to act for a long time, for the rest of my career, but I'd also love to direct. I feel like I'd be good at that. I don't know why. But that's a while off," Radcliffe added.