Daniel Radcliffe recently opened up about how supportive his parents were when he first entered the world of acting. Fans would recall he began his career at age ten in the mini-series titled “David Copperfield.”

The 33-year-old actor discussed the matter with Entertainment Tonight ahead of the release of his new film, “Weird: The Al Yankovic Story."

Radcliffe told the publication that his parents “were really supportive,” adding that they “were incredible.” He also shared that his mother and father “walked the balance of not being pushy but always supportive,” and for him, that is “not often credited to the parents of child actors."

The “Harry Potter” star later pointed out that he is “lucky” because of it.

The discussion comes as Daniel Radcliffe portrays the role of the famed musician in the upcoming parody biopic.

The publication noted that the material follows a fictitious story, and his character, an exaggerated version of Weird Al, was told by his parents to give up on his dreams at a young age.

Elsewhere in the exchange with ET, the “Miracle Workers” actor shared some insight into the set of the biopic. He revealed that the famed celebrity was on set, noting that Al Yankovic was involved in the project.

The outlet quoted Radcliffe, saying, “He was there on set everyday, he was incredibly involved in the shoot… He was really kind, the whole way.”

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story” wrapped up filming earlier in March, according to Collider. It premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September and is now heading to The Roku Channel this November.

Aside from Daniel Radcliffe, the cast members include Evan Rachel Wood and Rainn Wilson, who will play the roles of Madonna and Dr. Demento. Julianne Nicholson and Toby Huss are also in it, portraying Al Yankovic’s parents, Mary and Nick.

Following the premiere in September, Evan Rachel Wood and Daniel Radcliffe sat down with Entertainment Weekly to talk about the film.

It published the details of the exchange on Thursday, including why the “Harry Potter” alum is worried about the reaction of his girlfriend Erin Darke’s family to the parody biopic. It came after he was asked about his partner’s reaction to his portrayal, considering that she is a “big Weird Al fan.”

Radcliffe told the publication that he is “most concerned” about the reaction of his “in-laws,” specifically Darke’s father and brother, next to director Eric Appel and Al Yankovic himself. He explained that “they’re massive fans,” although he hopes they like the material.