Known best as Ron Weasley from the popular ‘Harry Potter’ film series, Rupert Grint is an English actor and a producer. Born and raised in Essex, England, Rupert always wanted to become an actor ever since he was a kid. He had done only a few stage plays before he was hired to play one of the three lead roles in the first ‘Harry Potter’ film at the age of 11. He subsequently appeared in all 8 films in the franchise and became a world renowned actor. Apart from the wizardly film series, Rupert has broken the stereotype he was attached to with mature roles in films such as ‘Wild Target’, ‘Into the White’ and ‘Cherrybomb’. Despite earning praises for his other roles as well, Rupert is still best known as Ron from ‘Harry Potter’. We have compiled the list of best Rupert Grint quotes on films, acting, people, time, books, red hair, family and fame taken from his interviews and talk show appearances.
I went out with people, but never anything too serious. It wasn't that easy. Now it's something I'm really looking forward to.
So yes, I do want to try and keep things going if I can. I have a few things brewing... And if it doesn't happen, I did buy an ice cream van a while ago. So I always have that to fall back on.
I do, kind of, spend a lot. And just on stupid things. Because I don't really know what to do. What are you supposed to do? Um. It just seems like way too much. We don't deserve it, at all, for what we do.
They were just kind of simultaneous - the film ending and the sets being destroyed. I was struck the first time I saw the Great Hall become a big pile of burning rubble and getting scattered around. It's really quite shocking for the fans.
I've never fancied that footballer lifestyle. I suppose I could live that kind of flash life. People stereotype child actors and kind of expect you to go off the rails a bit, be a bit crazy, but that's not really happened yet. I've got a big family so that helps, and they live really close to the studios so it's just so much easier.
I've known Emma Watson since she was 9, we've watched each other grow up, formed this sort of brother/sister bond, and suddenly I'm leaning in to kiss her. Well, it felt completely wrong... but, you know, you try to sink into the character and divorce yourself from it. We ended up laughing hysterically afterwards.
In terms of filming, yes, it really does feel over now. There's a real sense of freedom now. It's a good time to finish, I think. As much as I'm going to miss it I'm ready to move on and do different things.
It's always at the back of my mind that acting might come to an end for me when Harry Potter finishes. I don't know if I'm good enough to have a long career. I've got a bit of an inferiority complex about my acting. My self-esteem is quite low in that sense.