According to Gary Oldman, he was “mediocre” in the Harry Potter films.

The actor who portrayed Sirius Black in the Harry Potter films, Gary Oldman, has lately attacked his own work. After acknowledging his shortcomings, he spoke about the most difficult sequence he had to film for the entire series.

The Oscar-winning actor Gary Oldman has stated that he did not enjoy playing Sirius Black in the “Harry Potter” films.

In the most recent episode of the podcast ‘Happy Sad Confused,’ the British actor claimed that his interpretation of the beloved character was ‘mediocre’.

Famous for playing Sirius Black in the Harry Potter books, Gary Oldman has voiced his displeasure with his work in the franchise. During an interview with Josh Horowitz for Happy Sad Confused, he discussed his ideas and called his portrayal’mediocre’. Had Oldman read J.K. Rowling’s books before filming, he might have had a different view, according to him.

In the films “The Prisoner of Azkaban,” “The Goblet of Fire,” “The Order of the Phoenix,” and “The Deathly Hallows Part 2,” Oldman played Sirius Black.

The 65-year-old actor acknowledged that he frequently has issue with his on-screen personas.

I’ll reveal what it is to you. As with anything, Oldman remarked, “It would be a very sad day if I sat and watched myself in something and thought, ‘My God, I’m amazing.’ You want to make the next thing better.”

“I am really grateful for ‘Harry Potter’. During an interview on “The Drew Barrymore Show,” actor Paul Oldman stated, “I tell you, the two—Batman and Harry Potter—really saved me, because it meant that I could do the least amount of work for the most amount of money and then be home with the kids.”

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