Daniel Radcliffe fears a life of pantomimes when 'Harry Potter' ends.

The 20-year-old actor - who is currently filming the final instalment of the magical movie franchise 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows II' in London - admits he has projects coming up but is concerned about his future job opportunities, particularly a future in pantomime, a British comedy musical theatre production traditionally shown around Christmas time.

Speaking at the National Movie Awards at London's Royal Festival Hall - where 'Harry Potter' picked up the Best Family Movie Award and a Special Recognition Prize - Daniel told BANG Showbiz: "I hope that I will continue to find some kind of employment after this. Otherwise, I don't know...panto I suppose!

"The big thing that I've got coming up is a musical on Broadway - 'How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying' - so I'm fighting to learn how to dance and sing. I'm doing what work I can when I'm not filming - which obviously takes precedence."

Discussing the awards won by the film, the British star confesses he is bowled over by the attention and glad the movie series has continued to get the attention of the public.

He said: "It's amazing to be back here and to still be successful. It's not an easy thing to hold up the quality and fun and excitement and hold fans for ten years."