After nearly seven years since the last Harry Potter movie was released, the series and it's characters are still some of the most recognizable on this planet. Even though we haven't seen the Harry, Ron, and Hermione we've grown up with in quite a while, the actors behind those roles have moved on to many different projects over the years. We've all seen them at their best on the screen and on the red carpet, however you may not have seen them some of these contexts. Here are 20 pics of the Harry Potter cast that will have you looking at them in quite a different light. A classic from Tom Felton's Instagram feed, here's a limited edition T-shirt of a popular Draco meme, which is no doubt already gone by now. While the line was never used in the books or movies once, it seems to have become a staple for Tom's character regardless.
Please refresh the page and retry. A student of house Slytherin, Parkinson supported the side of Lord Voldemort during her last years at Hogwarts, even turning Harry over to the dark wizard during the Battle of Hogwarts. Byrne has since gone on to take roles on a variety of TV roles, including a regular part in teen supernatural series The Vampire Diaries. The issue is the first to feature fully nude portraits after the magazine removed nudity last year. The actress thanked Cooper Hefner "for such a unique opportunity". Hefner is the youngest son of Playboy founder Hugh, and, at 25, is the Chief Creative Founder of the magazine. I was lucky enough to fall in love with my best friend. A post shared by scarlett scarleybyrne on Aug 4, at pm PDT. T he Hefner heir is a regular feature on Byrne's Instagram account.
Scarlett Byrne may have shot to fame as Draco Malfoy's friend Pansy Parkinson in "Harry Potter," but she's ready to take on more racier roles. The former child star, who is now 26, posed naked for Playboy magazine -- and she shared the cheeky snap on Instagram. I penned a short essay along with my pictorial titled, "The Feminist Mystique". A big thank you to Playboy, the creative team, and cooperbhefner for such a unique opportunity.
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