ByTiffani Daniel, writer at Creators.co
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As one of the most famous actors in the business, portraying Harry Potter in a ten year film run, Daniel Radcliffe has had his fair share of roles. One he did not anticipate was acting as a real-life receptionist at NYLON Magazine.

When Daniel went undercover for a hidden camera prank, NYLON workers had NO idea. The first few that walked past paid absolutely no attention to him. Finally, one girl in a blue striped shirt stopped dead in her tracks and stared at him before mustering up the courage to engage in conversation.

"Whoa."
"Whoa."

Daniel was a good sport, talking to admiring fans and even taking pictures.

But then the real work started.

When the guy in a blue shirt walks through the front doors, Daniel mutters, "Don't come in, don't come in, don't come in... Aww, man."

We've all been there, Daniel!

As a receptionist, Daniel's specialty was handing out bathroom keys and locating stamps. He almost cracked under the pressure; noticeably sweating bullets and displaying extreme anxiety. However, he makes up for it with his quick wit and charming personality.

"Literally every person that passes in front of the door I think, Don't need to come in here, don't need anything." -Daniel Radcliffe
Just your every day receptionist
Just your every day receptionist

One person who did no appreciate Daniel's lack of receptionist skills was Joe Jonas. When Daniel had trouble dialing an extension to get a hold of the person who scheduled Joe's meeting, Joe become noticeably agitated.

"This new guy sucks." - Joe Jonas
"This new guy sucks." - Joe Jonas

Well, it doesn't seem like Daniel will be pursuing a desk career anytime soon! But we can applaud him for having a go at it. Watching the international star behind the desk of an ordinary day job showed that he really is just like the rest of us. Good job, Daniel!

Watch the full, hilarious video below!

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