Daniel Radcliffe’s First Onscreen Parents Were Geoffrey Rush And Jamie Lee Curtis | PeopleTV

Daniel Radcliffe discusses working on his first film, ‘The Tailor of Panama.’
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Daniel Radcliffe’s First Onscreen Parents Were Geoffrey Rush And Jamie Lee Curtis | PeopleTV


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  1. Jonathan Trauner February 26, 2019 at 2:33 am

    Dear The Who Will Write Our History Film organization, Mrs Roberta Grossman, Mr. Steven Spielberg, Mrs. Nancy Spielberg; Distinguished Director of Above and Beyond, The Film Production Team for Above and Beyond, Distinguished Director of Lady Bird and Frances Ha Mrs. Greta Gerwig, Ms. Saoirse Ronan, Mrs. Margot Robbie, Mrs. Oprah Winfrey, Mrs. Ellen DeGeneres, Mrs. Natalie Portman, Amblin Entertainment Inc, Mrs. Sandra Bullock, Mrs. Cate Blanchett, Mr. Denzel Washington, Mr. Matthew McConaughey, Mrs. Anne Hathaway, Mrs. Jennifer Maroney-Lawrence, Mr. Alfonso Cuaron, Ms. Emma Stone, Ms. Emma Watson, Mrs. Marai Larasi Founder of the End Violence Against Women Coalition, Distinguished Film Director Mr. Dave McCary Film Producer of Brigsby Bear, San Francisco Film Director Mr. Drew Heriot, Playmount Productions, The Favourite Film Director Mr. Yorgos Lanthimos, The Secret Film Producer Mrs. Rhonda Byrne, Mr. Trevor Rabin, Mrs. Patty Jenkins Director of Wonder Woman, Mr. Barry Jenkins, Mrs. Nicole Kidman, Mrs. Rachel Weisz, Mrs. Octavia Spencer, Mrs. Viola Davis, Mrs. Frances McDormand Esteemed Founder of The Annenberg Inclusion Rider Movement and Producer of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri, Film Director of La La Land Mr. Damien Chazelle, The Battle of the Sexes Film Director Mrs. Valerie Faris, Brooklyn Film Director Mr. John Crowley, The Cast of The Film The Color Purple, The Oprah Winfrey Network, Mr. Benjamin Platt of Dear Evan Hansen, Late Night Host Mr. John Stewart, ABC News' Mrs. Robin Roberts, Mrs. Barbara Streisand, Mrs. Meryl Streep, The USC Annenberg Inclusion Rider Movement Founders, Mr. Bill Gates, Mrs. Melinda Gates, Mr. Barack Obama, Mrs. Michelle Obama, Decorated Admiral of the US Navy Seals Mr. William McRaven and 2014 University of Texas Commencement Address Speaker and Author of The Speech: "Make Your Bed," The Oscars Academy 2019 Enshrinee Class and The Oscars Academy Board of Governors; Thank you all so much for inspiring my current life's journey, storytelling writing career, and my post Israeli American immigrant citizenship journey, based in my current hometown of Jerusalem Israel; I could have never become the global citizen of love, kindness, compassion, and gratitude without you all inspiring me to never give up, through the mediums of film and cinema. Last week, as a present Kol Haneshama Jerusalem synagogue member and Israeli citizen of almost three years, I had the esteemed blessing of attending a Jerusalem Cinematheque film screening of Above and Beyond; I loved watching the film so much, and it inspired me beyond words; Film will always be a part of my heart and soul. On May 15th 1994, I was born on the Upper West Side of Manhattan New York City, and had been bullied my entire life for my mild High Functioning Aspergers Syndrome. Even though I had endured adversity, while going through occupational speech therapy classes, due to my inability to verbally speak before the age of three, I never let adversity and my battles with anxiety define who I am. During the fourteen years that I had spent living in Westchester New York, I had, at the age of ten years old earned a second degree black belt in Tae Kwon Do Martial Arts by breaking a board on fire, and overcoming Bear Mountain State Park's black ice covered hiking trail in Upstate New York. I have been Jewish my whole life, since my mother's parents originally from Mosul Iraq and Jerusalem Israel were also Jewish by birth. Even though I had received a second degree burn, as I broke through my karate fire board, and even though I had fallen countless times on black ice, I never let the fear of failure define who I am. Following Elementary and Middle School, and my graduation from Elementary and Middle School, I would graduate from the North Miami Beach Florida RASG Hebrew Academy High School, and never let my Autism disability inhibit me from inspiring my current life heroes. In May 2016, I ended up going on to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and the Liberal Arts from Baltimore Maryland's Goucher College; In late May 2016, I took my Israeli immigration flight from New York City's JFK Airport to Ben Gurion's Tel Aviv International Airport; As my JFK-Tel Aviv flight crossed over the Atlantic Ocean, I screened from beginning to end Mr. John Crowley's Brooklyn film starring the phenomenal Ms. Saoirse Ronan; Home is where the heart is; In one of the final scenes of Saoirse Ronan's Brooklyn film, she reached New York City and Ellis Island, an place so close to my birthplace home of Manhattan and the Upper West Side New York. Once I had landed in Jerusalem, I had already volunteered for Volunteers for Israel Sar El, The Israel Museum of Jerusalem's Photography Department with MASA Israel for six months, and with Jerusalem's National Library of Israel and The Central Archives of Jewish History of Hebrew University Givat Ram Jerusalem Israel, and with Jerusalem Israel's largest archaeology site Givati Inc; led by Bar Ilan University and Hebrew University Archaeology professor emerita instructors Dr. Doron Ben Ami and Dr. Yana Tchekanovets. In Jerusalem as an Israeli, I ended up evolving into an film education equity access supporter and film directing education patron and Annenberg Inclusion Rider International Movement ambassador after I had viewed the films Wonder Woman, The Battle of the Sexes, La La Land, Lincoln, Above and Beyond, The Shape of Water, The Secret, Glory Road, Secretariat, Rudy, A Star Is Born, Lady Bird, and Newsies. From January 2018 through July 2018, I trained to join Mobileye Intel Talpiyot Jerusalem's newest computer data algorithm correction department and QA data labeling department. By last summer, and last July 23rd 2018, I overcame all odds and all adversity placed my way, and as an Israeli American citizen (that previously lived in South Miami Florida from 2008-2016), Mobileye Intel granted me the wonderful opportunity of joining Mobileye Intel's Har Hotsvim QA Data Correction Department HQ Team, and I know that, for life, I will always be proud of my dual Israeli American citizen identity of Jerusalem (where my real mother lived for over thirty four years, and where her late mother lived her whole life before passing away almost three years ago in Jerusalem; Her love and kindness giving spirit is in my heart and soul every day of my life. Never ever give up. My life's greatest dream come true is to win an Oscar Academy Award at Dolby Theater in Los Angeles California, and thank my life heroes in person for just how much they have inspired me in life to never give up, in the pursuit of my making my impossible dreams in life, a reality. I also live by Mrs. Anne Hathaways' beautiful quote, "I live my life with love. I live my life with compassion. I live my life hoping the best for absolutely everyone, no matter how they feel about me. When you live that way, it is amazing how beautiful every day can be." "Whatever the piece of art is, whether it’s music, literature, film … if it speaks to me, then I want to have a deeper connection with it." – Regina King, 2019 Oscars Academy Awards Night Quote.

  2. Hiraeth February 26, 2019 at 2:33 am

    this harry potter guy gives me the creeps, no idea why..

  3. Mathaios Stauropoulos February 26, 2019 at 2:33 am

    LOL this is the first time in my life that I am the only view on a video and the first comment. Since I am the only one here I would like to state that MrRadcliffe u are great! Thank you for the amazing childhood!

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