Daniel Radcliffe gets tobacco sent to him from England.

The 22-year-old actor is currently living in New York and though he knows smoking is bad for him, he can't resist his favourite hand-rolled cigarettes, but has Golden Virginia tobacco sent out to him because he hates the US products.

He said: "I have to ship this in from home because you can't get good rolling tobacco here. It's all dry and c**py like you've emptied out a cigarette.

"I shouldn't really smoke. It's not great when you have to sing, obviously. At least with roll-ups you can keep tabs on what you put in, so I don't have to have a big fat cigarette every time. But that's just the way addicts rationalise - 'Oh this is much better for me.' "

Tobacco isn't the only thing about America which Daniel dislikes; he also took a swipe at the "pretentious" pronunciation used in the US.

He complained to Britain's Esquire magazine: "They pronounce things like the French. They say, 'filet' instead of 'fillet'. What's that about? And 'erb - they leave off the h. If it was one person saying it, it would be pretentious, but when it's the whole f***ing nation..."