Harry Potters Daniel Radcliffe shows off six pack after incredible body transformation

Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe will forever be synonymous with the spectacle-wearing boy wizard that he brought to life, but fans' jaws will no doubt be dropping at his buff new physique.

The 34 year old megastar has undergone an incredible body transformation after putting in the work at the gym – as he's shown off bulging biceps and rock hard abs in the final episode of sitcom Miracle Workers.

Daniel plays road warrior, Sid, in the series, and, in character, Daniel could be seen in nothing but a pair of white briefs and boots as he rips robots apart.

Sid can be seen screaming with the effort and adrenaline, and viewers would no doubt be unable to tear their eyes away from Dan's physique.

His chiselled abs, rippling forearms and buff shoulders were clear to see – and he looked a long way from his role as Harry Potter in J.K. Rowling's wizarding franchise, which is worth billions.

Dan might have started his career as a 12 year old, but now at 34, he has a child of his own, after becoming a dad for the first time earlier this year.

He was seen out and about in NYC with his girlfriend of over a decade, Erin Darke, as he pushed a pram.

Three months later, Daniel revealed the gender of his baby – a son – as he opened up about fatherhood during a discussion with ET's Denny Directo.

He said: "It's great. It's crazy and intense, but he's wonderful and Erin is amazing — it's a real privilege also to have this time with him.

"I was always going to take some time off, which not everyone is able to do, and so I'm able to kind of just be here with him a lot, which is lovely. So, we're having a great time."

The actor revealed that going forward he's going to be more selective on projects so he can spend more time with youngster. However, he won't be completely quitting acting – which he's done for over 22 years.

He explained: "I really like spending time with him, and I think I'm gonna miss him when I go back to work later in the year. So, I will definitely be I think a bit more selective — not more selective, I've always been selective, but I think I'll probably work a little bit less for the next few years."

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