How long has daniel radcliffe been dating rosie coker
I think they're amazing and I can't wait to have some – but I will wait!
Now, entirely loved up with Coker, his head is in a good place. "Two things I don't have direct experience of," he admits, shrugging, "although I absolutely love kids.At the end I went up to them and said, 'If you had asked, it would've been fine. '"The girlfriend, whom he can't help dropping into conversation, is Rosie Coker; she's a production assistant, and the pair met on the Potter films.She's the same age as Radcliffe, and "takes it all very well", he says, meaning the attention that's been thrust on her.There's been a healthy dose of self-mockery, too, playing a lusty version of himself in Ricky Gervais's Extras and an equally unhinged appearance in an "interview" written, directed and produced by Judd Apatow on the website Funny or Die.He's now just back from New York, after completing the indie film Kill Your Darlings.If a Brad Pitt or George Clooney film comes out, I'll go and see it because I know they've got good taste.
So I want to be one of those actors where people go, 'I don't know what this film's about but he's in it and he normally picks good things, so it must be good.'"Even before The Woman in Black, Radcliffe had proved that good taste – from baring everything on stage as the disturbed boy Alan Strang in a celebrated production of Equus to singing and dancing in the Tony-nominated Broadway revival of the musical How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
Like the time he stood in the wings at a Red Hot Chili Peppers concert in London's Hyde Park, only for word to spread among the crowd that he was there.
Soon enough, there came the chants: "There's only one Harry Potter."Yet, however bizarre he professes his life to be, Radcliffe, who celebrates his 23rd birthday next month, also seems entirely at ease with his fame – which is fortunate, because it isn't about to diminish just because there are no more Potters in the works.
Much of this coverage came during the making of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, when Radcliffe had turned 18.
Tales of whisky benders emerged, and the actor confessed he drank nightly. "[But] I can point to many scenes [in Half-Blood Prince] when I'm just gone.
"They were running around New York, tearing it up, doing drugs, having this wild life and becoming liberated."Cast as Ginsberg, Radcliffe is arguably a part of one of the hippest casts assembled this year.