Tom Felton describes playing as “evil.” In Harry Potter, Draco Malfoy did him “no favors” with the girls at school.

Tom Felton has confessed that his “evil” Harry Potter role influenced his high school dating life.

The 34-year-old actor, who played Draco Lucius Malfoy of House Slytherin, admitted that his portrayal did him “no favors” with girls at school.

“Some people struggle with the idea that I wasn’t this exceptional, popular child,” Felton said in a new interview with The Guardian.


“But I wore dyed hair and dressed up as an evil wizard.” It was uncool. It didn’t help me with the girls.”

Felton, who had his West End debut last week in 2:22 A Ghost Story at the Criterion Theatre in London, has appeared in all eight Harry Potter films based on JK Rowling’s novels.


Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and the Emma Watson also appeared as lead actors in the franchise.

During the Harry Potter reunion exceptional Return to Hogwarts, Watson, who played Hermione Granger, discussed that she “fell in love” with her co-star Felton.

“I walked inside the room where we were tutoring,” she explained.

“The task was to draw what you felt God looked like, and Tom had drawn a female on a skateboard with a backward cap.” And I’m at a loss for words – I just fell in love with him.”

Nothing “ever, ever occurred romantically,” Watson confirmed, but the couple “simply love each other.”

Felton stated in the program that he was aware of Watson’s affection for him.
Someone told him that she had a crush on him when he sat in the hair and makeup chair.
Someone told him that she had a crush on him when he sat in the hair and makeup chair.

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