Helena Bonham Carter used Daniel Radcliffe as a drink cart on the Harry Potter set

Scott Meslow

Daniel Radcliffe: Boy wizard, adolescent multimillionaire, surprisingly well-adjusted human adult, and… walking drink cart?

That's the story told by his Harry Potter costar Helena Bonham Carter, who described Radcliffe on The Late Show as a boy who was so well-mannered that he routinely agreed to hold her beverages on set.

"He was really handy because I like my tea and my coffee and my Diet Coke and things and he'd hold them all for me," explained Carter. (We guess Hogwarts saves the holdus yourown beverageus spell for graduate-level witches and wizards.) Read more at The Hollywood Reporter.

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