Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has paid an emotional tribute to his late co-star Richard Harris, maintaining filming is less fun without him. Harris, who played Professor Albus Dumbledore in the first two installments of the boy wizard stories, died of cancer in October 2002. Radcliffe says the cast desperately miss Harris' anecdotes and on screen presence. He tells U.S. talk show host Larry King, "We got on really, really well. He was just fantastic to have on set because he was, as one might expect, just an amazing storyteller - and he had a lot of stories to tell. You never quite knew how much to believe because some fiction was drafted in. "He really was just fantastic to be around and obviously he's greatly missed by everybody."