LA TIMES — Warwick Davis has been a Hogwarts professor and a horror-film leprechaun. He was the lead Ewok in the George Lucas universe and even walked across the screen as wise, old Yoda. The actor, whose memoir is titled â€œSize Matters Not,â€ may be 3-foot-6, but he has put together a towering film resume in sci-fi, fantasy and horror. None of the experiences, however, quite measure up to his 10-year â€œHarry Potterâ€ tenure, which is coming to a close as the franchise finishes its epic tale with the two-part film â€œHarry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.â€œ
The first of those films arrives Nov. 19, and Davis says itâ€™s a bittersweet sensation to leave Hogwarts for good. â€œIt feels like weâ€™ve all graduated, and weâ€™re all going off to university or going on to get a proper job in the world,â€ Davis said. â€œIt was so much like that, just leaving people. Weâ€™ve all grown together over the last 10 years, and it was a really sad day, the last dayâ€¦ There was this sort of stunned silence afterward, when we all sort of realized, thatâ€™s it. Tears were shed.â€
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