He told men's magazine Details that he "would love to play a drag queen" on-screen "just because it would be an excuse to wear loads of eye makeup."
All grown up with many people tend to identify him as the famous boy wizard Harry Potter, the character that catapulted him to international stardom, Daniel Radcliffe has not yet achieved his biggest obsession of playing drag queen on-screen. Sharing his biggest dream to Details magazine, he also opens up about the reason why he has such willingness.
"I think part of me would love to play a drag queen," Radcliffe told the October issue of the men's magazine. "Just because it would be an excuse to wear loads of eye makeup."
In addition to embracing his feminine side, Radcliffe in the meantime is preparing himself to play a more mature role in the upcoming drama flick "Journey," which story tells about the experiences of photographer Dan Eldon, one of four journalists who was stoned to death by a hate mob during a war in Somalia in 1993.
Having had a very full plate on his agenda, Radcliffe will kick off his Broadway debut on September 5, appearing fully nude in the stage production of "Equus." He is set to be on-stage eight times a week, baring his full frontal just like what he did in the play's original London production.