The actress of Harry Potter’s Susan Bones, Eleanor Columbus, is completely unrecognizable 20 years after the release of the first movie.
The daughter of film director Christopher Columbus, the actress appeared as a fresh-faced half-blood witch in the film.
Eleanor, 33, played a Hufflepuff student from 1991-1998. Susan went to Hogwarts with the wizard Harry.
The much-loved character was a member of the prestigious Bones family, who supported the Order of the Phoenix in war.
Most of the family were killed by Lord Voldemort and the Death Eaters, but one of Susan’s parents survived.
The star was a teenager when he starred in the first two Harry Potter films, the Sorcerer’s Stone and the Chamber of Secrets.
The bright ginger-haired star was very recognizable among the students, but now he looks all grown-up.
After briefly dyeing her hair light blonde, the star traded her bright orange locks for slightly brunette tresses.
Eleanor appears to still live stateside, where she is often seen traveling with her poor dad and cute puppy Poco.
Following her Harry Potter appearance, the star seemed to step away from acting.
After directing the first two Harry Potter films, his father, Christopher, left the franchise because he was “mentally and physically exhausted.”
Eleanor isn’t the only currently unrecognizable Harry Potter star, as fans were shocked by Dudley Dursley’s actor Harry Melling.
Harry, 33, made his debut in the first Harry Potter film in 2001 at the age of 12 and appeared in 2010’s Deathly Hallows Part 1.
However, he began to lose weight during filming and was even on the verge of being recast for the final film – having to wear a fat suit to maintain his role.
He’s been in several other films, including three Netflix hits released this year, but Harry confesses that few people realize he’s played Dudley before. Did.
he just said people His weight loss was unintentional and he revels in the surprise side effects of anonymity.
He explained: “I think it was unconscious when it started happening. It just happened.”
“And I’ve done a lot since drama school. I’ve been in a lot of plays. I think one of the blessings of that kind of stage play in my life is the fact that I wasn’t recognized.” increase.
“I have a history of being in films, but I also felt like I had the opportunity to make a fresh start, which I think is beneficial.”
However, he lost so much weight that he almost lost his role in the final film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2.
In the end, he wore a fat suit to play the part.
After the franchise ended, Harry said:
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