Lucius Malfoy has quite the Potter, er, potty mouth — and a wicked since of humor. Or rather Jason Isaacs, who portrayed Draco’s dad in the “Harry Potter” films, does.
Fans of the wizarding world series may not recognize Isaacs as the star of NBC’s new drama “Awake” without Lucius’ long, luscious locks, but it is indeed Isaacs playing Michael Britten, a man living in two realities.
Zap2it gave Isaacs the Celeb Slam Book treatment recently to get the scoop on some important details about the actor, like his favorite word (get the censor button ready), what he wants on his tombstone and his can’t-miss shows.
Check out his answers below!
What is your current computer desktop picture?
It’s a Hipstamatic of my kids (Lily, 9, and Ruby, 6) on the beach.
What is your favorite word?
F—, actually my favorite word is c—, but you can’t say that in America. It’s a term of affection in England.
What would you want to be written on your tombstone?
Can’t find the body.
Do you believe in ghosts?
I don’t want to believe in ghosts, but I’m terrified of them. I haven’t seen one. I’ve had a bunch of scary psychic experiences, though. I was just so addicted to horror films growing up.
What are your can’t-miss TV shows?
“Modern Family,” “Louis,” “In Treatment,” “Homeland,” “The Voice.” My kids don’t watch TV — we watch things like, “E.T.” and “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and “The Sound of Music.”
Catch Isaacs on “Awake” Thursdays at 10 p.m. on NBC.