Rupert Grint’s West End stint in Mojo could silence his critics for good

Metro

In 2011, Rupert Grint graduated, freeing himself from the grasps of witchcraft and wizardry. Since, the actor has chosen roles with one common denominator: they’ve had nothing to do with magic – something the actor has described as ‘refreshing’.

Recent diverse acting roles have seen Grint play a World War II pilot in Cross of Honour; contribute as a voice over in American Dad! and Postman Pat: The Movie – You Know You’re The One’ as well as star alongside Shia La Beouf in drama The Necessary Death of Charlie Countryman.

Later this year the actor also plays in CBGB, which documents the rise and fall of the famous New York punk club of the same name.

These roles seem more of a personal pick ‘n’ mix than a beeline for big bucks.

Grint is right to have trod an intriguing path post-Hogwarts, unique to that of co stars and…

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