Daniel Radcliffe swaps his school jumper for WW1 uniform... and a moustache
1st August 2007
If further proof was needed that Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has left behind the world of magic and spells, surely pictures of him sporting a moustache should do the trick.
In his first TV drama role since finding fame as the schoolboy wizard, Radcliffe, who turned 18 last month, stars in the World War One film, 'My Boy Jack' where he trades his school uniform for the rather more mature attire of the Irish Guards.
However the familiar specs are still there.
The true story looks at how Rudyard Kipling used his influence to get his 17-year-old son Jack (played by Radcliffe) a commission with the Irish Guards, despite his son's poor eyesight.
Jack went missing in action during the Battle of Loos and his mother and father carried out an ardent search for him, spanning many years and many miles of soul-destroying discovery.
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