Daniel Radcliffe honoured by gay teen support group

Daniel Radcliffe has been honoured by the Trevor Project, an organisation founded in 1998, devoted to increasing acceptance and preventing suicide among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth.

The 21-year-old actor, currently starring in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" on Broadway first lent his name to the organisation and made a public-service announcement on its behalf in 2009.

“He actually found us,” James Lecesne, one of the founders of the group, told The Wall Street Journal. “He's really able to see outside his purview.”

“I think of everything I've done in my career so far, my association with Trevor is the thing I'm proudest of,” the Harry Potter actor said. "I look forward to helping it anyway I can for the rest of my career".

Date: 29 June 2011


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