On a recent sit down with The Actors Studio, Daniel Radcliffe was questioned about his "part" in the Broadway show Equus. You know -- the one where he appears buck naked on stage.
Host James Lipton cooly asked, "What is the Michelangelo's David Effect?"
"David is facing Goliath in the famous sculpture... that is why his parts aren't probably looking the best that day," Radcliffe responded.
"That's pretty much what happens to me onstage."
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"My friend said to me, are you ever worried about getting an erection on stage," Radcliffe continued.
"And I said no, that would be great... It is, rather, the opposite takes place."
Lipton then chimed in with the gross visual, "Like when you get out of a very cold lake or something."
Yeah, just like that, but somehow it's creepy when Lipton says it.