I would miss months of school and then return with bright blond hair. Needless to say, there was bullying. I wasn't beaten up daily, but there was name-calling and jealousy. You have to bear in mind that 'Harry Potter' wasn't cool. I wasn't part of the 'Terminator' franchise.
I like to fish. Fishing is always a way of relaxing.
I plan to go to college in Southampton, a fishery studies college. Again, my brother was down there about two years ago and he said it was great, so I'm looking forward to that.
I like the laid-back ladies. Looks are stressed so much these days, and a lot of girls feel they need to do all of these weird and wonderful things to look good, and they really don't. The best-looking girls don't do anything; they just sort of know they're beautiful, especially in jeans and a hoodie.
Also, I just think of Draco and he gets me in the right mood. He just keeps getting worse and worse.
I remember my first scene with Alan Rickman, and I was anxious because he is a slight 'method' actor; as soon as he is in his cloak, he walks and talks like Snape - it is quite terrifying. But I really wanted to talk to him because 'Robin Hood' was one of my favourite films.
I'm terrible at texting people back. It takes me, like, three days. I'm not a big phone person.
Whatever life throws at me I'll take it and be grateful for it as well.
The only time I can really relax is up a tree or somewhere outside. I love being outside.
I like geography. I like to know where places are.
My favorite country is America. I love going there! I go in the local lake near where I work on Sundays. It's called Berry Hill.
Those of you that think filming is all glamour, you're so wrong! Really, only the premieres are the glitzy bits.
I bought a lot of rubbish things that kids buy: skateboards and clothes and typical teenage stuff. And, as soon as I could, I wasted a lot of money on cars - BMW's mostly - for myself and my family.
I like my ladies lady-ish, feminine so to speak. I love jeans and hoodies, but the idea of being an ultimate tomboy does slightly confuse me.
I'm obsessed with shopping. I'll get these urges to buy, like to shop for stuff on the Internet. I search for all kinds of weird gizmos I could get.
I'd love to be in Paul McCartney's shoes for a day. I'd love to pick up a guitar and write songs like he does. Or to experience what it might have been like to be a Beatle for a day.
A nice pop star would do you nice on one of those deserted islands.
I'm a little bit of a geek - I have to be the first person to get new things when they come out. I always want to buy and try new gadgets.
I like physics. I think it is the best science out of all three of them, because generally it's more useful. You learn about speed and velocity and time, and that's all clever stuff.
Going online and asking questions is the best way to learn.
I really liked the snake that breaks out of the cage in the beginning of the movie. I saw it in real life, and it was really cool. Really big and fat. The owls are cool as well, but you can't really pet them.
I'll take my clothes off - whatever the job requires.
Nothing's really changed since the Harry Potter films came along.
I'm a keen musician. Me and my mates have a great times jamming and recording stuff. We have a great band behind us and have turned my nursery-rhyme songs into quite credible pieces of music.
My mother is looking forward to it even more than me! I'll be showing her the bright lights of New York.
If you're put on a set with a lot of people, it's just nice to see everyone working together.
Yeah, we held a junior carp tournament on the St. Lawrence River in New York last August. I hosted that along with a couple of other people.
The actual course is called fishery studies, and you study general aquatics and fishery management.
Everyone plays their own crucial part towards the film.
What a house. Turns out they're doing OK, the Malfoy's. However, the interior decorating leaves a lot to be desired. And needless to say, Voldemort isn't the greatest houseguest.
No, I don't suppose I'm so much a collector sort of person.
It sounds like a media line, but I'm passionate about thanking the fans for their support.
It's definitely more fun playing a bad guy. It feels a lot better than playing one of the good guys.
As soon as you see 'Dame' in front of someone's name, you get nervous, but Dame Maggie Smith is the most wonderfully gentle woman I have ever met. She never had a bad word to say.
I like me Italian girls; half Halle Berry, half Penelope Cruz sort of thing!
I started my own record label.
It's fun to be blond, and it's almost difficult to remember how I used to look with my proper hair color.
I hope to be scaring children for the rest of my life.
I do have a bit of a garden, and I'd love a hovercraft to get around it - one of the big four-seater ones with the fan on the back.
And to me, fame is not a positive thing. The idea of being famous is a lot better than the reality. It's fantastic when you go to premieres and people cheer you, but it's not real. And it's totally not my approach to get my name on a club door just because I can.
There are a couple of carp fishing books I've been reading. I'm very interested in that line of books, because I think they write very well, carp anglers, about the general environment.
I'm not a big splurger of money, but my guilty pleasures do lie within BMWs. I get roped in.
I have three brothers; I'm the youngest of four.
I think I'd take a human butler over a robot one.
I went to see every angler on the bank to see how they were doing, to try to give them a few tips or whatever. But yeah, we had a lot of fun. It was definitely a good time and we're definitely going to do it again next year.
If someone tried to take the hierarchy thing too seriously - for example, being lovely to producers but moaning to runners about the tea - that would not be accepted on 'Harry Potter'; someone would pull you aside and have a word.
I had been working for eight years and all I had to show for it was this horrible debt. At one point we had the bailiff at the door.
The Japanese fans always send weird things.
One thing that people keep on saying to me is that the wealth and the fame must have made up for missing out on my childhood. But the idea of money - putting a price on your childhood - is ridiculous. You will never get those years back and you can't put a price on them.
I'm generally more and more in my comfort zone in the wild.
What twelve year old wouldn't want to play an evil wizard?
You can finish school as soon as you finish the GCSE's.
Working with big actors and realising that they were just normal people who've got an incredible talent was just a great experience.
I'm going to change my image - backward caps, the lot.
As soon as I get my car I think I'll be going to the cinema more. Since I don't go very often, there are no films that are a must see at the moment. I usually wait till they come out on DVD.
It's shocking to say, but the cinema is quite a while away from me, and I haven't got a car yet.
I'd have to just say that working with other people, it's a different world from school.
I'm not too unintelligent.
Oh God, you know what would be really good for me is a dog locater - it would save me the hours that I have to spend looking for my dog.
I've started a little independent record label called 'Six String Productions' and recorded a couple of tunes, and I hope to do some more with some future artists next year. It's a real passion project of mine.
I'd like to know about some of the things that they teach down there, like building a lake. If I ever wanted to build a lake, I'd like to know how to do it.
I'd like to own my own garage and my own fishery. I'd also like to be a professional fisherman. But I'll take whatever happens.
I find it's usually the bullies who are the most insecure.
People always tell me I'm nothing like my character. Well, hopefully not! He's a character who's very defined. He was purposefully written by Jo Rowling as very one-dimensional in the first few books, because you're supposed to hate him.
I'm always buying gadgets, especially at airports.
I want to take a few years out, maybe make a couple of more films or whatever.
I don't go to the cinema much.
Well, my closest friends are still the ones that I went to school with, but it's nice to go to work, at the studios, and have people there that you're willing to talk to and have a good conversation with.
I think it's pretty crazy to say you've been typecast at the age of 20 before you've even really started getting going.
We went with the St. Lawrence Experience, which is run by Joe Babbitt, who is a close friend now. We went out there for 10 days and we had the best week of our lives, and we've been going back since. We've been back three times now.
I like the dueling club scene, where Daniel and I fight with our wands. I thought it was a brilliant scene to shoot. I think the end product looked really good.
If young children boo me, that makes my day.
I used to have some fish, some nice little carp, but they got too big for the tank. I don't have any pets now.
My favorite holiday spot has to be New York, on the St. Lawrence River. Without a doubt that area there is perfect for me. Very, very spacious. It's nice.
I was cursed with age, really. You do that stupid thing at 12 years old when you say something and it kind of sticks with you for the rest of your life. So, I believe I said I wanted to be a fishery manager. In hindsight, I think acting could be a better route.
I had a great childhood.
Yes I still enjoy playing him. He's the best person to play isn't he?
I am looking to get into the grime rap U.K. scene.
You avoid the hype while you're working, you have to, but the premiere is the one night of the year where you can enjoy it.
I used to have all the Goosebumps books as a kid too.
In England we are sort of very awkward.
I really tried out for the part of Harry Potter, but they ended up picking me for the part of the enemy of Harry. Actually it is really fun playing the bad kid because it just has so many interesting qualities to it. And Daniel Radcliffe and I get along really well off set so it's really fun filming.
I have met a couple of six-year-olds who were apparently quite excited to meet me - before they actually met me. And when they actually met me they ran behind their parents' legs and cowered for shelter.
When I was 9 or 10 years old it wasn't the thing to be seen doing - reading a book in your spare time.
The idea of being famous is a lot better than the reality.
You see another side of Draco when he's with his dad. When Draco is with his dad, he doesn't say anything. He keeps his mouth shut. He's sort of bullied by his dad, so he acts very different.
I have done a bit of recording and the songs are available on iTunes, and I've got some nice comments. It's something I enjoy doing, but I'm not looking for a singing career any time soon. As long as one person gets enjoyment out of it, I'm happy to make it available.
I'd rather play a character that was really, really different to me as to someone who is quite close to my character.
I bought a lot of rubbish things that kids buy: skateboards and clothes and typical teenage stuff.
There was a scary two years where it was madness because I was really in trouble with the taxman.
I live right in the middle of nowhere and I thoroughly enjoy it.
I like all films whether it's dark or light, love, hate, whatever it is, I enjoy it.
I'm a real big country boy.
I don't like to label films with a genre.
Bad boys do get the girls.
I'm such an admirer, I am an admirer of villains, especially working with so many great ones.
I don't have an album cover with me on a broomstick.
The music stuff is just a hobby.
Whether it's acting, directing or writing, I want to be involved in the film industry for the rest of my life.