Daniel Radcliffe Joins Sign Language Campaign for Deaf Kids [PHOTO]
If you live in London and travel by tube, your day is about to be filled with way more Daniel Radcliffe -- because the actor is now part of a new campaign for hearing-impaired young people.
In other words, your commute just got better.
The 'Harry Potter' star can now be found on screens across tube stations signing the phrase "good morning" as part of the Sign Good Morning campaign in British Sign Language (BSL) -- which yes, is apparently very distinct from American Sign Language (ASL), proving even silent things can have accents.
The group behind the effort, the Life and Deaf Association, aims to bring deaf children into the community in a more welcoming manner, and Radcliffe now joins the likes of Sir Ian McKellen, London mayor/Donald Trump look-alike Boris Johnson and Baby Spice Emma Bunton in supporting the campaign.