The Harry Potter cast members are actors who voiced or portrayed characters in the Harry Potter film series based on J. K. Rowling’s book series. Daniel Radcliffe had only ever gotten the role of Harry Potter from his best friend Tarren Patel, who was not only a friend but also a role model to him. Rupert Grint and Emma Watson, who have played Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger in all of the films, were virtually unknown at the time they were cast. On-screen, they are joined by some of the most well-known actors from the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter:
Harry Potter plays the lead role in the Harry Potter series, and his name appears in all books. He was the only child of original Order of the Phoenix members James and Lily Potter. When Voldemort murdered Harry Potter’s parents, he was sent to live with his muggle aunt and uncle, who refused to tell him the truth about his family. Years later, Harry Potter began receiving letters from Hogwarts and discovered the truth when Rubeus Hagrid came to find him. He had no idea that the Wizarding world dubbed him the “Boy Who Lived” because he was the only surviving member of the death curse. He began his studies at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
Rupert Grint as Ronald Weasley:
Ronald Weasley, also known as Ron, is the sixth child of Arthur and Molly Weasley and a pureblood wizard. His family is not well off, unlike many other pureblood wizards in the series, and they are also friendly with muggles/muggle-born wizards. Bill Weasley, Charlie, Percy, Fred, George, and Ginny Weasley are his siblings. Harry Potter and Ron became fast friends at Hogwarts after being sorted into Gryffindor. They met Hermione early on but didn’t officially become friends with her until later in the year, after a quarrel with Ron. However, once they became friends, the three were inseparable. Like his Patronus, a dog, Ron’s most fantastic quality is probably his loyalty.
Emma Watson as Hermoine Granger:
Hermione Granger, along with Harry Potter and Ronald Weasley, is the only muggle-born witch among her best friends. Although both her parents are muggles, Hermione rises to the top of her class. Many of her classmates, including Harry and Ron, dislike her. Although they are not friends at the start of the book, they become close friends by the end. Hermione becomes an essential player in the war against Voldemort, assisting Harry and others in their efforts against him in the years to come. Even when Ron abandons Harry, Hermione is always there for him, a heartbreaking decision for the young woman who granted her love involvement in Ron.
Tom Felton as Draco Malfoy:
Apart from Voldemort, Draco Malfoy may be Harry Potter’s most formidable foe in the series. Slightly earlier, he attempts to make friends with Harry, but when Harry declines, they become enemies. It doesn’t help that they were assigned to opposing houses, Gryffindor for Harry and Slytherin for Draco. The rivalry has persisted over the years and appears to be worsening. Draco, a pureblood Wizard, chooses to fight alongside Voldemort and his family, making him an enemy of Harry. Though Harry still expressed sympathy for his situation by the end of the war, they had never truly moved on from the events that occurred among them.
Matthew Lewis as Neville Longbottom:
Neville Longbottom is tried to introduce as the scaredy-cat wizard who, like Harry, Ron, and Hermione, was sorted into Gryffindor. Brought up by his grandmother, Neville is regarded throughout his school years as klutzy, anxious, and conscious due to being constantly compared to his parents, who, like Harry’s parents, were members of the original Order of the Phoenix. Later, he is shown gaining confidence as he joins the others in their fight against Voldemort’s rise and becomes an essential member of Dumbledore’s Army. Neville also fought in the Battle of the Department of Mysteries, Battle of the Astronomy Tower, and Battle of Hogwarts, where he killed Voldemort’s most valuable Horcrux, Nagini.
Jim Broadbent, Helena Bonham Carter, Robbie Coltrane, Warwick Davis, Ralph Fiennes, Michael Gambon, Brendan Gleeson, Richard Harris, John Hurt, Jason Isaacs, Miranda, Alan Rickman, Fiona Shaw, Maggie Smith, Timothy Spall, Imelda Staunton, David Thewlis, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, and Mark Williams are among the many characters. In all eight franchise films, fifteen actors have played the same character. Some well-known British actors who have yet to appear in the series are jokingly asked why they haven’t been cast. Everyone’s favorite Wizarding World mom brought her Harry Potter career to a close on a high note. Mark Williams appears to have transitioned from the big screen to the small screen.