Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has sent a touching note of condolence to the mother of tragic co-star ROBERT KNOX, who was stabbed to death in a brutal attack last year (08).
Eighteen year old Knox lost his life last May (08) after a fight outside a nightclub in Kent, England turned violent. His killer, 22 year old Karl Bishop, was sentenced to life imprisonment on Thursday (05Mar09).
And Radcliffe has joined forces with Knox's close friends and colleagues from Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince to pay tribute to the young actor - by turning a copy of author J.K. Rowling's sixth novel, on which the film is based, into a book of condolences for Knox's mother.
Radcliffe wrote, "We are all proud to have known you and devastated to have lost you. It is terrible just to write this note. Rest In Peace."
He also quoted a line from a letter by poet D.H. Lawrence, adding, "To anyone else who reads this remember, 'The Dead don't die. They look on and help'", before signing the note, "Dan xxx".