The 'Harry Potter' star tends to resemble old women from the past.

By Christian Holub
February 17, 2017 at 04:40 PM EST
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Ever since he wrapped up work on the Harry Potter movies, Daniel Radcliffe has taken on an eclectic array of roles, from the farting corpse of Swiss Army Man to the undercover white supremacist of Imperium. Strangely, there is a similarly eclectic group of photos of people from the past who happen to look eerily similar to Radcliffe, all of which have lovingly been compiled by The Graham Norton Show. On Friday, host Graham Norton unveiled the latest Radcliffe historical lookalike. This one was from 1922 but, like several of the others, featured a woman.

“I look like a lot of old women in the past,” Radcliffe said. “It’s very rarely men … These are all my past lives, and I was a slightly depressed lady in a lot of them.”

Norton concluded by opening up his task to the audience and public: “If you think you’ve spotted Daniel Radcliffe in a former life, do get in touch.”

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