The cast of “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone” was one of the most beloved ensembles in recent memory – and with good reason. The performances of each actor as a young wizard or witch were nothing short of magical. But what have they been up to since the movie first premiered over 20 years ago?
Let’s take a look at where the “Sorcerer’s Stone” cast is now.
Rupert Grint – Ron Weasley
Rupert Grint was only 13 when he first took on the role of Ron Weasley, Harry Potter’s best friend. Since then, he has gone on to appear in numerous films and television shows, including the BBC series “Sherlock.”
Recently, Rupert co-starred with Daniel Radcliffe in 2019’s romantic comedy “Cherrybomb.”
Daniel Radcliffe – Harry Potter
Daniel Radcliffe was just 11 years old when he was cast as the titular character in “Sorcerer’s Stone,” and he has gone on to become one of the most recognizable actors of his generation. Since then, he has starred in a variety of roles, including the 2016 indie comedy “Swiss Army Man.”
He also appeared on Broadway and has had a successful career as an audiobook narrator.
Emma Watson – Hermione Granger
Emma Watson was just ten years old when she was cast as Hermione Granger, Harry and Ron’s loyal friend. Since then, she has become an outspoken advocate for gender equality and environmental issues.
In addition to her philanthropic work, Watson also appears a variety of films and television shows, including “Little Women” and “Beauty and the Beast.”
Robbie Coltrane – Rubeus Hagrid
Robbie Coltrane was already a veteran actor when he first took on the role of Rubeus Hagrid in “Sorcerer’s Stone.” He went on to reprise the role in all eight of the Potter films. Since then, he is busy with various roles in both film and television, most recently appearing as Mad-Eye Moody in the “Fantastic Beasts” series.
Alan Rickman – Severus Snape
Alan Rickman was already an established actor when he first took on the role of Professor Severus Snape in “Sorcerer’s Stone.” He has since gone on to appear in a variety of films, including the romantic comedy “Love Actually” and Steven Spielberg’s “The Terminal.” He also starred as Sheriff of Nottingham in 2011’s “Robin Hood.”
The cast of “Sorcerer’s Stone” has gone on to have a wealth of success since they first appeared in 2001. From starring roles to vocal performances and philanthropic work, the “Sorcerer’s Stone” cast has left its mark on the world of film and television.
It is clear that they have gone on to do great things since they first brought these beloved characters to life, and it is sure to be exciting to see where their paths lead in the future.