"My wigs appeared long before Pamela Anderson and Lady Gaga. But I could not keep myself from any of them. In fact, I think that these wigs agents are better than mine. I guess while I'm talking about, they now tan in the Bahamas"- Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy).
"If I ever started thinking about the scene of battle with Gary Oldman, which was withdrawn a month, I would have imagined something from Shakespeare, and not waving wands made of papier-mache. But anyway, it's so much fun, then it is even a shame to take money for this"- Jason Isaacs (Lucius Malfoy).
"We have all read the books of Jo Rowling along with all the ordinary people. And we have enjoyed these books as readers and fans, rather than as actors in films," - Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley).
"I was so afraid of Alan Rickman, it took me about five years, to dare and start a conversation with him. He has an incredible sense of restrained English humor. While Snape inspires fear, Alan very friendly person" - Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy).
"Daniel handed us all an example on the court, because he is an incredible workaholic. When you're behind a long day of work, he first began to cheer and all the talk about how lucky we are that we have chosen," - Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy).
"All the props and stage scenery became more real to the extent of their use of film to film. Magic Wands were fake wood. They are native to each of us. And all this was something that I am not afraid of the word of magic" - Warwick Davis (Professor Flitwick).
"Oh, I loved my children from the screen, I loved them all! In the fourth film I have not shot, and they sent me a postcard saying, "Come Back, Mom! Dad can’t cope with us!" The feelings from the work was cozy, home and family. I do not know of similar movies or series. I think it was because we were together for 10 years and watched as the children grow up, grow old and adults. It was not like work"- Julie Walters (Mrs. Weasley).
"When you use a magic wand you like to play Nintendo Wii. You use force, but nobody is really no harm. In general, the next day, your hand hangs a whip after these exercises with a stick" - Natalia Tena ( Tonks).
"The scene of my transformation into a werewolf in "Prisoner of Azkaban" was a gift for me, because as a child I loved to pretend to be a werewolf. It was a bit uncomfortable doing it in make-up, but it was worth it" - David Thewlis (Professor Lupin).
"I loved my false teeth! I took them myself, because they will not fit anyone else. I keep them in a blue plastic box in the bathroom and take out when I was Miss Bellatrix," - Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange).
"At this time you would cut me!" It was for self-preservation in Potteriana"- Helena Bonham Carter (Bellatrix Lestrange).
"I was obsessed fan of the books and movies about Harry Potter. I remember the day when David Yates called me at home and said that I will be listening to Daniel Radcliffe. I had to chirp, like, “Oh, all right." Well, and I started to play fool" - Evanna Lynch (Polumna Lovegood).
"My twin brother Oliver and I do not really know which of us will play Fred and who - George Weasley, until we handed the script. Frankly, I prefer Fred, and you know what happened," - James Phelps (Fred Weasley).
"At the studio Leavesden Studios we with Rupert and James often went down to the underground parking lot, where the cavern was equipped with a place to play mini-golf. Golf - the only sport in which we were allowed to do, because it is relatively safe. Contact sports we couldn’t play"- Oliver Phelps (George Weasley).
"I've always played either villains or funny people. For the first time I got the role of nice person. It was a gift for me and still in the supermarkets children watch at me. This is true"- Robbie Coltrane (Hagrid).