Tom Felton’s Early Life
Thomas Andrew Felton, an English actor, born on September 22, 1987, is best known for playing Draco Malfoy in all seven Harry Potter movies. He was raised in Epsom, Surrey, with his three elder brothers, Jonathan, Ashley, and Chris, and his mother, Sharon, father, and Peter. Felton initially gained notoriety in 1997 when he appeared in several high-profile television ads, some of which he starred in. He gained fame for his performances as Peagreen Clock in Peter Hewitt’s The Borrowers in 1996 and Louis in Jodie Foster’s Anna and the King. The program Home Farm Twins was canceled, although there were rumors that Tom might appear in it.
Before the Harry Potter era, in 1995, he was well recognized for his work as James’ voice actor on the TV show “Bugs.” He rose to fame more recently, though, for his role as Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter movies. He received the MTV Movie Award for Best Villain in 2010 and 2011 for his roles in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1.
Tom was selected for the Top 30 Under 30 2009 List by Portrait Magazine and placed fourteenth. Other Harry Potter cast members were also nominated, including Bonnie Wright, who plays Ginny Weasley; Evanna Lynch, who plays Luna Lovegood; Rupert Grint, who plays Ron Weasley, Emma Watson, who plays Hermione Granger; and Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Harry Potter, who came in at number eighteen on the Portrait Magazine Top 30 Under 30 2009 List.
Tom Felton’s Secret Love for Emma Watson
Tom Felton, who played the part of “Draco Malfoy” in the “Harry Potter” film series, admitted that he “secretly developed love emotions” for his co-star Emma Watson. In his brand-new memoir, “Beyond the Wand: The Magic and Mayhem of Growing Up a Wizard” by The Evening Standard, the 35-year-old actor acknowledged that there was “a spark” between him and the 32-year-old actress, according to Fox News.
According to a Fox News article, he said, “I loved and valued her as a person in a manner I could never articulate to anybody else.” Fox News said that he remembers seeing Watson at an audition when he was 11 and she was 9. Felton claimed that Watson questioned him about a boom microphone, and when he replied, “It implies they are recording us, certainly,” Watson pointed at the object.
Felton said, “My relationship with Emma did not start properly. “She may have been excused for not wanting to interact with me very much. It became worse.” After they were cast, Watson was mostly ignored by Felton, who said that he instead spent his lunch breaks with other actors smoking cigarettes and listening to rap music. The actor of “The Flash” remembered a moment when he and other cast members made fun of Watson during a lunchtime dance routine.
“People began to speculate that our relationship was more complicated than we were letting on. I denied feeling that way towards her, but the reality was otherwise.” He kept going, “When I began dating my current girlfriend, she immediately saw that there was an unsaid tension between us. I distinctly recall saying, “I love her like a sister,” but there was more to it than that.” Finally, Felton admitted that he isn’t sure he was “ever in love with Emma” after all.
But I had a special affection and respect for her that I could never adequately express to anybody else. We were like-minded people. I am confident that Emma will always have my support and that I will always have hers. In his most recent book, Felton recalled that their relationship had a problematic beginning when they first met as child performers. Felton played Hermione Granger’s antagonist Draco Malfoy in the wildly successful franchise, while Watson portrayed Hermione. The two appeared together in each of the eight movies in the series from 2001 to 2011.
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