The Trevor Project will honor actor Daniel Radcliffe for his gay rights advocacy.

Radcliffe, who has moved from his Harry Potter role to performing in the Broadway revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, will be honored with the group's Trevor Hero Award, the Associated Press reported on Monday.

“It's fantastic,” Radcliffe told the news agency. “The fact that they think of what I've done by promoting awareness of the Trevor Project and the issues that it works to promote and help is a great honor.”

The Trevor Project is a California-based organization centered on crisis and suicide prevention efforts for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth. The non-profit runs the nation's only 24-hour, toll free confidential suicide prevention hotline for gay and questioning youth.

“The people that are doing the heroic things are the people answering phones 24 hours a day in the Trevor call centers,” Radcliffe said.

Radcliffe first appeared in a Trevor Project PSA in 2009.

Previous recipients of the award include Milk scribe Dustin Lance Black, and actors Nathan Lane and Vanessa Williams.