Suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder as a kid was no walk in the park for a future wizard, says Daniel Radcliffe.
“I had to repeat every sentence I said under my breath,” he told the British tab The Sun. “I would encourage everyone to undergo therapy. It doesn’t mean you’re insane or weak. I haven’t had it this year so far and I’m missing it.”
DanRad said he developed the disorder at age 5. At its worst, he said it would take him five minutes to turn off a light.
Regarding the high price of fame, Radcliffe, 22, best known to the planet as Harry Potter, told the French magazine Be, “The idea is to never believe that you are special just because you are famous. Otherwise, the day when celebrity vanishes, it’s the best way to end up in a reality TV show!”