by Radar Staff
Apparently, Rob Pattinson isn’t the only Harry Potter star to sprout into a looker.
Matthew Lewis, who’s played Neville Longbottom throughout J.K. Rowling‘s anthology, shined on the red carpet of the film’s New York premiere at Avery Fisher Hall Monday night, showing, just like his character in the films, he’s made a remarkable transition from awkward adolescence into early-20s hunkdom.
As fans of the Potter series know, Lewis’ character Neville turned from a shy, clumsy kid into a brave fighter under Harry’s tutelage during the course of the eight films.
The 22-year-old, according to iMDb, has also appeared in films such as The Sweet Shop, and TV shows such as Heartbeat, City Central and Where The Heart Is.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2, the last offering in the magical anthology starring Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, hits theaters at midnight, July 15.