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Daniel Radcliffe Speaks American in SNL Promo

Radcliffe and Sudeikis star in NBC promo for new SNL episode.

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: January 12th, 2012 in Culture » TV » News

Daniel Radcliffe Speaks American in SNL Promo

Daniel Radcliffe is set to host Saturday Night Live for the first time this upcoming Saturday, January 14th. Both Harry Potter and SNL fans are waiting patiently for his debut, but if you are interested in a little sneak peak, NBC has released a promo teaser video starring Radcliffe and Jason Sudeikis.

The teaser begins with SNL cast member, Sudeikis, making fun of Radcliffe’s British accent.

"What is that you're doing with your voice?" asks Sudeikis. "Are you doing a character? Like a chimney sweep or something? Are you doing Winslet? What are you doing? I love it, you're gonna fit in great around here."

Sudeikis also asks The Woman in Black actor if he can do an American accent.

"I can try," says Radcliffe. "What up dude? Give me some hamburgers and pizza!"

The promo video is filled with many endearing and funny moments. Watch below.

Daniel Radcliffe’s episode of SNL will feature a musical appearance from Lana Del Ray.

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