British actor Daniel Radcliffe made his stand-up comedy debut during an appearance on U.S. TV show 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' on Monday.
The "Harry Potter" star, Daniel Radcliffe, admitted he is full of praise for comedians, as he has always been "completely fearful" of taking to the stage for a one-man show.
He explains, "I've always admired stand-ups, I've always loved stand-ups and I've always been completely fearful of doing anything like that. I told loads of horrendous jokes."
Jimmy Fallon urged Daniel Radcliffe to show off his comedy skills on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" and he agreed, but told the audience, "You're obliged to laugh!"
Admitting he stole his joke from British funnyman Peter Kay, Radcliffe was ushered off the stage so he could make his entrance as "Danny Radcliffe".
Spurred on by the audience's applause, he asked, "How do you kill a circus?" before declaring, "Go for the juggler!"