'Harry Potter' star Daniel Radcliffe says he does well when he is scared of underperforming.
Daniel Radcliffe. Pic/AFP
The 22-year-old, who shot to fame at the age of 11 with the wizard franchise, said he needs to doubt his abilities to do well, reported showbizspy online.
"There needs to be a part of me saying, 'You can't do that that's going to fail,' for me to prove myself wrong.
What I've learned, particularly this year, is that all actors no matter their status or brilliance still feel like fools," Radcliffe said.
The actor, who will soon be seen the psychological thriller 'The Woman in Black', also said dating Rosie Coker has made him a better person.
"When Rosie's here, every day seems better. Ultimately, I think, it comes down to that having somebody in your life who makes you happier than you thought you could be.
I'm not an easy person to love. There are lots of times when I'm a very good boyfriend, but there are times when I'm useless. And she loves me for my oddness, my awkwardness, all of those things that I hate about myself," he said.