Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe on Monday was honored by The Trevor Project for his gay rights advocacy.

Radcliffe, who has moved from his movie role as the magical wizard Harry Potter to performing in the Broadway revival of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, was given the group's Trevor Hero Award.

The California-based organization focuses 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.

Amy Poehler, star of the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation, hosted the New York City event and actor John Larroquette presented the award to the 21-year-old star of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2.

Radcliffe first appeared in a Trevor Project PSA in 2009.

“He actually found us,” James Lecesne, one of the founders of the group, told The Wall Street Journal. “He's really able to see outside his purview.”

“I think of everything I've done in my career so far, my association with Trevor is the thing I'm proudest of,” Radcliffe said.

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