Daniel Radcliffe is worlds away from Harry Potter in skinny exotic dancer outfit for Miracle Workers comedy E! News UK

HARRY Potter star Daniel Radcliffe looked a far cry from his days as a boy wizard as he dressed in a skinny exotic dancer outfit.

Her new look was for a recent scene from the American comedy Miracle Workers, where her character goes undercover.

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Daniel Radcliffe disguises himself as an exotic dancer in American comedy Miracle Workers[/caption]

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The star looked a long way from his Harry Potter days[/caption]

Daniel, 32, plays Reverend Ezekiel Brown in the TBS series, who goes into disguise in order to save his love Prudence from her horrible husband Todd.

Todd has given himself the title of Oregon’s new governor and, much to the dismay of the locals, acts like a Roman Emperor.

A feast for the eyes, the naughty outfit shows off the actor’s toned torso as his character tries to save the day.

With her tanned skin for the occasion, Radcliffe wears a gold halterneck crop top.

An aqua blue veil is used to protect her character’s true identity, with matching see-through cuffs.

But all appears in vain, as another shot shows Ezekiel looking mistreated and his hands in the air.

The comedy is set in 1844 and follows Zeke – described as an idealistic small-town preacher – who teams up with wanted outlaw Benny The Teen (Steve Buscemi) and an adventurous prairie woman (Geraldine Viswanathan).

Together, they drive a wagon west on the Oregon Trail through an American landscape, never knowing what to expect.

Daniel made his name as a child actor alongside Emma Watson and Rupert Grint in JK Rowling’s epic.

The last film in the eight-film series premiered ten years ago, in 2011.

Ever since playing “The Boy Who Lived,” Radcliffe has remained busy starring in a mix of TV series and movies, with Horns, The Woman in Black, and A Young Doctor’s Notebook among his credits.

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It was a chance to show off her toned body[/caption]

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The comedy follows Ezekiel as he tries to save his love[/caption]


Daniel made a name for himself taking the role of the boy wizard[/caption]

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