Twenty years before, author J.K. Rowling first took browsers into her world of wizardry and witchcraft. It’s arduous to consider it’s been 20 years since the first Harry Potter book was circulated.
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone popular bookstores on June 26, 1997 (the title was changed to Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone for U.S. readers). J.K. Rowling’s story concerning a lad wizard became a global wonder: Six more books followed, as did eight movies (the first one hit theaters in 2001), in enhancement to the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them prequel adaptation and the dramatic production Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Here we will tell you what the young stars who featured in the movies have been doing since leaving Hogwarts.
Daniel Radcliffe – Harry Potter
Harry wedded Ginny, and the couple had three kids together. Harry becomes an Auror and then the head of the field of enchanting law execution. When he was 11 years old, Radcliffe got his big break performing the lad wizard who finally destroys the dark wizard Lord Voldemort. His bizarre lines didn’t end there. After the Harry Potter concession covered, he performed Arthur Kipps in the thriller The Woman in Black, where he was obliged to lie inside a muddy swamp, then he did handstands and black-flips on a Broadway stage as J. Pierrepont Finch in How to Ensue in Business Without Actually Aspiring.
Bonnie Wright – Ginny Weasley
Following performing Harry Potter’s love interest, Wright went on to perform Mia in the Geography of the Heart, a movie trading with the complexity of love. Since then she has featured in the films, After the Dark and Before I Sleep featuring in a modern version of the classic A Christmas Carol. In enhancement to growing three kids with haryy, ginny performed quidditch professionally before leaving to become the sports editor of the daily medium.
Rupert Grint – Ron Weasley
Following 10 years on the big screen acting the quirky wizard — like his co-stars, he also took his large break at age 11 — Grint proceeded to return his famous role. He arrived in two pairs of shorts, “The Hogwarts Express” and “Harry Potter and the Escape From Gringotts,” as Ron Weasley. Ron wedded Hermione and the two had two kids, Rose and Hugo, Ron joined Harry as an Auror before dropping to run Weasley wizard wheezes with George.
Emma Watson – Hermione Granger
Since performing the intelligent bookworm to becoming a U.N. Women Goodwill Ambassador, the face of Burberry and Lancome and a graduate from an Ivy League university, Watson has shown the world she is not just an actress. Emma played Belle the box-office hit Beauty and the Beast, jerking the character slightly from the opening so that this time, it’s just not Belle’s dad who is a creator, but also Belle herself.
Tom Felton – Draco Malfoy
The star, who performed offensive knave fans love to hate, has kept a lower outline than his other castmates but has been just as busy. Felton has also arrived in TV shows as Erich Blunt, a Silicon Valley prodigy in Murder in the First, and as a supervillain, Julian Albert/Doctor Alchemy in the superhero CW show The Flash. When not performing, Felton is a musician and has published four EPs, where he sings and plays the guitar.
Matthew Lewis – Neville Longbottom
Lewis went from performing a dorky loser who spectacularly donned a fat suit for all eight films to posturing shirtless in boxers for Attitude magazine. His change started after a short stint in the theater, world where he had a supporting role in Verdict, a touring version of the Agatha Christie plays. Lewis came back to the big screen, playing Louisa Clark’s longtime boyfriend Patrick in the Byronic show Me Before You.
Evanna Lynch – Luna Lovegood
A Harry Potter fan who got the part after seeking fan pages, Lynch lived out her desire by invading the coveted role of Luna Lovegood. Lynch landed her first lead role as the title character in My Name Is Emily. While off the stage, Lynch has made a name for herself as a role model to young girls and boys who struggle with body perception and self-esteem concerns. She has addressed her own experience with anorexia nervosa, writing the essay “Why the Body Bind Is My Nightmare,” where she believes the Harry Potter series for providing her to defeat the disease. Lynch is also a pronounced advocate for same-sex wedding and veganism.