Life after Harry Potter has been pretty good to Daniel Radcliffe. The 26-year-old British actor has landed starring roles in The Woman in Black, Horns and the recently-released Victor Frankenstein, but let's take a look back at the very moment that took his acting career went to another level.
Radcliffe's original Harry Potter audition is starting to make the rounds. It features Radcliffe reading lines with Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone director Chris Columbus in 2000. When searching for Harry, Columbus came across Radcliffe performing in BBC's production of David Copperfield and knew that instance that he had to give the young thespian a screen test for the coveted role.
Check out Radcliffe's audition in the video below.
The Harry Potter universe will continue when Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them is released Nov. 18, 2016.