While "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling is busy knocking down a mansion
to expand her personal garden, two stars from the films based on her books have been climbing mountains for charities — no magic spells required.
"The pride and relief was amazing in completing the three peaks and it was a very rewarding experience," said Oliver, who hopes to help fund lifeguards at a place where he regularly surfs. "My stamina is higher than I thought it could be. The great support that I received from everybody kept me going, so huge thanks go to all."
According to LooktotheStars.org
, James became inspired to raise cash for the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity after a first-time visit earlier this year.
"And it is a day I will never forget," he said. "Not only did I see how hard-working all of the staff there are, but how amazing the children in there are also. Even for some, fighting life-threatening illnesses, their attitude and determination was something that I will always remember."
The three peaks climbed included the Ben Nevis in Scotland (4,409 feet), Scafell Pike in England (3,209 feet) and Snowdon in Wales (3,560 feet).