'Harry Potter' actor Daneil Radcliffe has revealed that he used to suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder.
The star, who shot to fame playing JK Rowling's boy wizard, admitted that his condition got so bad that it used to take him five minutes to switch off a light.
According to ShowbizSpy, the actor, who developed the condition when he was just five years-old, revealed:
"I had to repeat every sentence I said under my breath. 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.”
The actor, who recently broke away from the 'Harry Potter' franchise to star in the critically acclaimed 'Woman In Black', also confessed that he's "honoured" to be given the label of a sex symbol.
He said: "I got told the other day I had a really nice ass. I didn’t know that. I don’t mind it. It’s fine if people want to make me the subject of their sexual fantasies – good luck to them, fantastic, I’m honoured to be in their dreams.
"Growing up I never thought that would be the case so it’s very flattering and not something to object to at all.”
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