On the same day that Daniel Radcliffe walked the red carpet at the U.K. premiere of his latest movie, “Swiss Army Man," on September 23 in London, the “Harry Potter” star was also interviewed on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show, about his other movie, “Imperium.” While Radcliffe, 27, is obviously doing well on the movie scene, he did admit that one of his dreams would be to appear on the popular HBO TV show, “Game of Thrones.” In fact, he would give almost anything to appear, and then get killed off in the series in an exciting way.

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Daniel Radcliffe says please kill me off in 'Game of Thrones'

According to a report by "Digital Spy" if they wanted to just bring him in and then “f*****g kill” him, he would be so happy to do just that, said Daniel. Radcliffe did say he had read a couple of really good television pilot scripts recently, but he added that this would mean signing on for seven years. However, right at this moment, he does have some free time, so if he reads a script for something that will be filming next year, he could do it, despite having had to turn down so many roles in the past.

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As mentioned by "Entertainment Weekly," Daniel wouldn’t be the first actor to make a brief appearance in Westeros, only to have their character quickly killed off. Ian McShane (“Deadwood”) experienced that just last season, where he delivered a few impressive lines before being found hanging after a raid by The Hound.

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Daniel Radcliffe in the movies

Until he finally lands that brief killer spot on “Game of Thrones,” fans of the English actor can enjoy his performance in “Swiss Army Man,” which opens in theaters in the U.K. on September 30 and was released in the U.S. on June 24, 2016. In that film, Radcliffe plays the “enviable” role of a dead body, washing up on a deserted island and giving Hank (Paul Dano) a reason to live. Another Radcliffe role of interest is in “Imperium,” which opens on Saturday in the U.K.

and was released on August 19, 2016, in the U.S. In this case. Daniel plays a live person, in the form of an FBI agent going under cover to infiltrate a white supremacist group.

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