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Daniel Radcliffe Talks Fatherhood And Nude Scenes On 'Late Late Show' (VIDEO)

First Posted: 02/ 3/2012 6:15 am Updated: 02/ 3/2012 9:35 am

Daniel Radcliffe looks like he's got it all. Money, fame, looks, career. But is there something missing from his life?

Put on the spot by host Craig Ferguson, Radcliffe told the "Late Late Show" (Weeknights, 12:37 a.m. EST on CBS) that he'd also like to have children.

Lots of children. "I'd like a small army," he joked. When Ferguson advised him to have his children young, Radcliffe said that's what he's planning, but "in a few years' time."

Undeterred, Ferguson pushed Radcliffe until he turned to the audience and quipped, "I'll try! Anyone fancy it?" From the sound of it, quite a few women in the audience did fancy it, but they were out of luck.

Moving onto doing nude scenes in films, Ferguson had forgotten that Radcliffe has already stripped off, albeit on stage, for his role in the London revival of Peter Schaffer's "Equus" in 2007.

He was only 17 at the time, which Ferguson thought seemed young -- possibly even illegal -- to appear nude in public.

"Well, it was in England," Radcliffe said by way of explanation. Because the age of consent there is 16, it's apparently totally legal for a 17 year-old to appear on stage nude. "If you're stupid enough, yeah" joked Radcliffe.

"Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson" airs Weeknights at 12:37 a.m. EST on CBS.

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