Looks like a Tony Award is one horcrux Harry Potter won't conquer this year.

'Potter' actor Daniel Radcliffe, currently starring on Broadway in a revival of 'How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying,' was snubbed in this morning's announcement of the 2011 Tony Award nominees.

Radcliffe's performance had garnered talk that he would be among the nominations for Best Actor in a Musical. This is the second time he's been snubbed; the first was for his debut Broadway performance in 'Equus' in 2009.

Other acting snubs this year included Chris Rock in 'The Mother ... With the Hat,' James Earl Jones in 'Driving Miss Daisy,' Raúl Esparza in 'Arcadia' and Robert Sean Leonard and Jim Belushi for 'Born Yesterday.'

Radcliffe stars in the final film of the 'Harry Potter' series 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part II,' which comes out on July 15. There's still time for an Oscar nom!

'Deathly Hallows Part II' Trailer:

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