By - Mar 28, 2011
For the actor who plays the window washer turned executive in “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying,” a corporate career holds little appeal.
“I’d be terrible at it,” Daniel Radcliffe said last night after his opening performance.
The actor better known as Harry Potter stood in the Palm Court of the Plaza Hotel, dressed in a Brooks Brothers three- button tuxedo and holding a bottle of Fiji water.
“I have literally no business acumen,” he added. “I think I’d be quite bored.”
JPMorgan Chase will have to stick to recruiting Yale hockey players.
Among those attending the opening-night festivities -- curtain at 5, then the Plaza for dinner, dessert and lots of champagne -- were Rocco Landesman, the chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts; playwright Neil Simon; musician Adam Duritz of Counting Crows; and actors Liza Minnelli, John Stamos and Bernadette Peters.