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Daniel Radcliffe became film history when he played everyone's favorite boy wizard in the Harry Potter franchise. Since then he has branched off into theatre and film. On the tails of his Potter run, the 19-year-old star went streaking nude as the main character in Peter Shaffer’s gritty psychological play Equus in 2008. Although he was a virgin to the stage, his performance was well received. He later starred in the super creepy period horror flick The Woman In Black (2012) and in the too-adorable-for-words indie romance What If (2013). After defeating Voldemort, it seems like there is nothing the Victor Frankenstein star can't do. Follow Pride for all things Radcliffe.

Martina Tells Daniel Radcliffe to 'Be Quiet' On Trans Rights, Should Take Own Advice

The tennis star took issue with the actor’s inclusive stance on transgender women’s representation in sports.

Stop What You’re Doing & Watch Daniel Radcliffe Vogue in Chaps

The Miracle Workers star is feeling his full drag fantasy.

Bill Clinton To Honor Edie Windsor And Roberta Kaplan On Logo TV

LGBT pioneers Edie Windsor and Roberta Kaplan will be honored by Bill Clinton for their fight to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act.

Op-Ed: A Feminist's Defense of Seth MacFarlane

I always watch the Oscars. As a devotee of the movies, I like to guess the winners, see the awards given out, hear the acceptance speeches, see what kind of politics are in play.

Daniel Radcliffe to Receive Trevor Project Hero Award

Harry Potter and Broadway star, Daniel Radcliffe, will soon be honored by the Trevor Project, the leading organization for suicide prevention among the LGBTQ youth. The Trevor Project began in the 1990’s based on the 1994 Academy Award winning short film, Trevor, the story about a gay 13-year-old boy who attempted to take his life after being rejected by his friends because of his sexuality. The organization is mostly known for their 24 hour 7 day a week call center, which provides counseling for youth in crisis.

Cracked Xmas Benefit for Crisis and Suicide Prevention Among LGBT Youth

Neil Patrick Harris, Carol Leifer, Vanessa Carlton, Glee's Chris Colfer, Cory Monteith, Jenna Ushkowitz, and Kevin McHale were among attendees of the Trevor Project’s 12th annual Cracked Xmas to benefit the organization's crisis and suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.