As his professional life thrives with a turn on Broadway in the Tony-nominated How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, Radcliffe privately grapples with alcoholism. "As much as I would love to be a person that goes to parties and has a couple of drinks and has a nice time, that doesn't work for me," he confesses to GQ. "I became so reliant on [alcohol] to enjoy stuff."
After captivating the world for a decade, Radcliffe comes full circle with the franchise's final installment, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2. "I wept like a child the day we finished filming," says the 21-year-old star. "But at the same time, we always knew it was going to end." The film nabs the best opening weekend ever, collecting $168.6 million at the worldwide box office.
After dating for a year, Radcliffe, 22, steps out in New York with girlfriend Rosanne Coker, also 22, whom he met in 2007 while she was a production assistant on Harry Potter and The Half-Blood Prince. "I've got a girlfriend at the moment, who I am very much in love with," Radcliffe said in July. "So you know, we'll see where that goes." The couple calls it quits in 2012.
For his first project post-Harry Potter, Radcliffe stars in horror film The Woman in Black, about a young lawyer who investigates the disturbing deaths of children in a distant village. Despite his star status, the film bombs at the box office, earning only $54 million domestically.
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