Harry's father (left), like in Paradise, hasn't acted since Deathly Hallows: Part 2. He just went to a prom and spent time in Amsterdam. Gotobed is still acting, having appeared as a guest on David Hasselhoff's program Hoff the Record last year.
He also did some voice work for an animated film called Le Mans 24 Hours.
If a Harry Potter revival gets made in our lives, Radcliffe would be ideal for the part. We last saw Radcliffe in a Potter film as a parent in the epilogue, when he sends his and Ginny's kid, Albus, off to Hogwarts.
He went on to have other successful roles, but hasn't done much since then.
However, if Warner Bros. decides not to go with another actor, then Radcliffe could come back.
He'd be perfect for the part because he's already been through so much with Harry's world; it wouldn't feel like too much of a stretch for him to take on another role within the wizarding world.
Daniel Radcliffe and Gary Oldman were pictured smiling together at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), 12 years after they last appeared on film together. From 2004 through 2007, Oldman played Potter's godfather in three Harry Potter films: Prisoner of Azkaban, Goblet of Fire, and Order of the Phoenix.
In 2001, shortly after the first Harry Potter book was published, it was reported that Oldman had offered to be Radcliffe's godfather. The two later became friends and have been seen together at various events over the past decade.
Oldman most recently starred in and directed 2014's Killers, which he also wrote. He is set to appear in two more movies this year: One is a lead role in Christopher Nolan's Batman sequel, The Man from U.N.C.L.E.; the other is an adaptation of Elmore Leonard's novel, Switchback.
Radcliffe has been busy with his own career since finishing the final Potter movie in 2007. After appearing in small roles in several films, he landed the lead role in the Broadway production of Death of a Salesman. He has also appeared in television shows including How I Met Your Mother and The Hobbit trilogy.
Meanwhile, Oldman has continued to work frequently. His recent movies include Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, The Dark Knight Rises, and The Hitman's Bodyguard.
Onlookers said Radcliffe's fans "stampeded" one of the festival's main streets in the hopes of catching the actor. Photos of Radcliffe and Oldman's reunion may be found here.
In August 2009, it was announced that Oldman would be playing Gandalf in Peter Jackson's remake of The Lord of the Rings. This came as a surprise to many fans who thought his role in the Potter series ended with Goblet of Fire; however, Oldman has appeared in each of the previous two films as well as a cameo in Order of the Phoenix. He also appears in a flashback scene in Prisoner of Azkaban.
Oldman is expected to reappear in another Potter film scheduled for release in 2013. Director J. K. Rowling has said that she would like Oldman to reprise his role as Sirius Black for the third film in the series but this has not been confirmed by anyone involved with the franchise other than Rowling herself.
However, Harry remained evasive. One of the challenges was that Harry, like all of the other characters, had to be British. According to the casting director, the only American who auditioned for Potter was Liam Aiken, who previously worked with filmmaker Chris Columbus on "Stepmom." He played Ron Weasley.
After hearing this, they decided not to even read-act together as it would be too difficult to coordinate schedules. Instead, they asked if there was anyone else in the country who could play Ron well and within weeks, contacted Liam again. This time, he came in for a meeting and was offered the part.
Liam attended Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry when it opened for its first term in 1994 and stayed through the summer before graduating. During his time at the school, he met his wife, Sara, who is also an actor. They have two sons together.
In 2007, Radcliffe won the Young Artist Award for Best Performance by a Younger Actor in a Motion Picture for his work in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. He was only 16 years old at the time of his win.
He went on to star in Broadway plays such as How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying and Death At a Funeral before making his film debut in 2009's The Boy Who Loved Harry Potter.
With Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince officially releasing today and setting a midnight ticket sales record last night (this morning), the stars of the epically popular franchise are all over the media. Tom Felton, who plays Harry Potter's adversary Draco Malfoy, is one of those stars. Felton has been acting since he was 15 years old and appeared in British television series such as Spooks and The IT Crowd before being cast as Harry Potter's nemesis.
Draco Malfoy was created by author J.K. Rowling. He is a wealthy, arrogant, and narcissistic wizard who lives with his mother Marjorie and father Vernon. When Vernon learns that Draco has cheated off his own son in order to obtain an advantage in their upcoming wizarding competition, he disowns him and leaves the family home. After moving in with his uncle Ted and aunt Petunia, Draco begins to work hard to prove himself worthy to be named head of the Malfoy family.
In addition to Felton's work on screen, he has also become known for his onstage performances. In 2007, Felton played the lead role of Hamlet at London's West End Theatre. The same year, he also starred as Oskar Schindler in the film version of John Williams' book Schindler's List.
Since then, Felton has gone on to appear in other films including Young Adult and Captain America: The First Avenger.
Harry Potter on his alone. No, not the character, but the actor who has made this presence timeless on the big screen. Daniel Radcliffe revealed, once and for all, in a recent interview when collecting his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, that he will not be reprising his role as the legendary young wizard when Harry Potter returns in 2016. He also commented on how he feels about being part of such a huge phenomenon.
Radcliffe said: "I'm just doing my job. I play a wizard who people like." He added: "It's really nice to be remembered by people. It makes you feel like what you do matters."
He also thanked fans for continuing to support him after all these years saying, "I love you guys."
This is not the first time Radcliffe has confirmed that he will not be returning for future films. Back in 2011, during an interview with MTV News, he said that he was finished with the franchise because "they don't want me to grow up".
However, many thought this statement was unfulfilled promise since he has continued to appear in various promotional activities including a cameo in the recently released film "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2".
Now, it seems like Radcliffe has finally settled down and found peace with his decision. A lot of fans were upset when they heard the news, but most of them have accepted it now.