Harry Potter actor Daniel Radcliffe has become the youngest non-royal to have an individual portrait displayed in London's prestigious National Portrait Gallery. Radcliffe, 16, was only 14 years old when he posed for artist STUART PEARSON WRIGHT during a break from filming the movies based on Jk Rowling's best-selling books. He says, "I love it. Until recently, I'd seen a peek of it in the catalogue, but not actually seen the real thing. "It was strange seeing myself as I was two years ago, not as I am now. "If you look at each individual part of my face they look exactly like part of my face. Together it's surreal." The picture of Radcliffe will hang alongside nine other paintings by Wright, which include portraits of ER star Parminder Nagra, Oscar-winner Jeremy Irons and Alan Rickman.