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"I think that America is probably doing slightly better in terms of diversity, but I like to think that we are getting somewhere in terms of representation." The actress, who was born in Scotland and is of Hong Kong descent, added: "In the 15 years that I have been acting, I have really yet to play a role that is not down to the colour of my skin, so I can't say that I have experienced anything like that yet, but I look forward to that day.
I often wonder, if Harry hadn't been related to James, would Sirius actually give Harry the time of day? Radcliffe: The kiss, a lot of people want to know about the kiss, which is understandable. Harry is this iconic figure of sorts of his generation, and people want to know how that's gone.
Daniel Radcliffe: At first, everything was so amazing and cool: "I'm a wizard, I can do magic." But gradually, he learns there are shades of gray.
He's becoming aware that there are bad people in the wizard world that aren't Voldemort, in a less obvious, more insidious way, like [Minister of Magic] Cornelius Fudge and [Defense Against the Dark Arts teacher Delores] Umbridge.
And Harry feels like he was the driver and Cedric was taken along with him, so there's a huge amount of pain and guilt.
Harry has two unhealthy relationships, both forged by death.
– has applauded the rise in Asian representation in film and TV, but cautioned that true equality is still a way off.