You know those tales of lost youth that spring (11) ________ actors who are too successful too soon? You will probably not hear any about Daniel Radcliffe, who (12) __________ up his alter-ego Harry Potter for the fourth boy-wizard film saga, “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”, opening Nov. 18 (after its premiere Saturday in New York City). “If childhood is being surrounded by people who you love being around and being incredibly happy, then I absolutely have had that,” he says. “It’s (13) __________ a bizarre childhood - strange, but great.” Radcliffe, now an articulate 16-year-old, has not been arrested, has not warred with his parents over his millions now tucked away, or thrown hissy fits on the set. What in the name of Macaulay Culkin is going on? “They all know exactly (14) __________ they’re worth,” “Goblet” director Mike Newell says of Radcliffe and co-stars Emma Watson and Rupert Grint, “but they have not become impossible.” Radcliffe became a global icon as a 10-year-old when he won a worldwide casting call to (15) __________ life into the hero from J. K. Rowling’s best-(16) __________ fantasy books. Despite endless adoration, he seems to be avoiding that notorious fraternity of thespian lads who turn rotten. In a one-to-one conversation at a London hotel, the 5-foot-7 Radcliffe, without those H.P. spectacles, emerges as very (17) __________ a boy, but with a showman’s polish that no abracadabra could evoke when he first wielded a magic (18) __________. He makes small talk before the first question IS popped and, later, in a press conference, works the room like a professional comedian. He has never been stung by a bad (19) __________ or an unflattering portrait. That is because he has never read any of his press. His parents, Alan Radcliffe and Marcia Gresham, have provided a magic carpet ride into puberty by (20) __________ him from both the adulation and the evisceration.