Daniel Radcliffe Has Trouble Tying His Shoes

Daniel Radcliffe, Harry Potter to you, has revealed that he suffers from a neurological disorder called dyspraxia, according to the Daily News.

Dyspraxia is a life-long condition that can affect a patient’s motor skills, and ability to perform during stress. Radcliffe says that he has problems tying his shoes, sometimes.

“I sometimes think, Why, oh why, has Velcro not taken off?” Radcliffe joked.

“I was having a hard time at school in terms of being crap at everything,” he said, explaining why his mom allowed him to audition for a BBC production of David Copperfield.

Two years later, he landed the role of boyish wizard Harry Potter

Dyspraxia schmaxia; this hasn’t stopped him from becoming one of the most successful young actors of his time. And dyspraxia doesn’t keep him from showing off his wand on Broadway!