When it comes to adventure and life-threatening drama, Harry Potter has had more than the average boy wizard -- why is why Daniel Radcliffe believes its time for him to have a bit of R&R in the country.

The 21-year-old, who has played the titular role in all of the "Potter" films, was recently asked what kind of life Harry should have now that he's finally defeated his arch-nemesis Lord Voldemort. One potential option: Beekeeping.

“At one point in Sherlock Holmes, I remember he retired to the country and started keeping bees," he responded. "So maybe something really nice and sedate for Harry.”

Radcliffe then goes on to suggest yet another nature-themed hobby; alluding that it doesn't matter what he does as long as he stays away from further pitfalls. “Maybe he could start bird watching – he loves owls. Just some kind of nice pastime that doesn’t involve him getting shot at,” he added.

As for Radcliffe, beyond acting and entertaining for as long as "people will employ him", he recently told MTV's "The Seven" that he would also love to write his own book, read more, run a small country for a day, and start a family and have kids.

Hey -- he's bloody Harry Potter. Anything is possible. Check out the video below.

Michael d'Estries ( @michaeldestries ) covers science, technology, art, and the beautiful, unusual corners of our incredible world.

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