Daniel Radcliffe: I play quite sad characters
The young actor, who has played the lead role in the Harry Potter franchise since 2001, suggested that the reason he takes on such roles could be because of his eyes.
She suggested: "When I was 11, Chris Columbus [producer of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone] said he thought I had sad eyes. I think that's largely the reason I play such sad lonely characters!"
The actor went on to say that he finds it interesting playing miserable people, such as Woman in Black character Arthur Kipps.
Due for release in 2012, The Woman in Black, which also stars Ciaran Hinds and Shaun Dooley, tells of a lawyer who travels to a remote village to organise a recently deceased client's papers, coming across a ghost in the process.
The final Harry Potter film - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 – will hit cinemas on July 15th.