In fact, Radcliffe remembers taking a girl out to a restaurant on his first "proper" date, hoping his fame wouldn't ruin the night out.
"I just went out with a cap on, and you have to hope that the person you're dating is understanding and not made to feel awkward by someone coming up or anything like that, but you just do it," Radcliffe tells WHO and Entertainment Weekly editorial director Jess Cagle. "That was always the weird thing."
Despite having a face recognized around the world, the 26-year-old Swiss Army Man actor insists that he experienced the same things as every other teen.
"I think people always imagined that I didn't have a childhood or I missed out on some stuff, and I'm sure I had a very different childhood, but all those first dates and first kisses, those rites of passage, I still had them, and they were actually generally really private," he explains. "I don't feel like I have to share them with the world, and I felt like they were really my own, which is nice."
For more on Daniel Radcliffe and his life now, see this week's issue of WHO.