After a very successful and critically acclaimed run on the Great White Way, Daniel Radcliffe will very soon be ending his run in "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" and passing the torch to "Glee" star Darren Criss, who will take over on January 3.

When MTV News caught up with Radcliffe -- who we named as the actor we're most thankful for in 2011 -- we asked for his thoughts on his successor and whether he had any decision or veto power in Criss being added to the cast.

"Oh God, no. I don't have any power over those things at all, nor should I," Radcliffe said. "I think it's fantastic. I'm actually kind of thrilled. He went to the same high school as a couple of the guys in our show did. I think he's really talented. I've not met him yet, but I'm sure he's very nice. He's a very, very talented guy, and I'm sure he'll do a great job."

Radcliffe is bummed for Criss that he only gets to perform the "Succeed" role for three weeks, due to his busy "Glee" work schedule.

"I feel slightly sorry for him in a way," Radcliffe said. "I needed time with it to get it right, and you don't have that, because obviously he has to go back to 'Glee.' I'm sure if it was up to him, he would have liked to do a longer run."

Although the two stars have yet to meet, they share a mutual admiration for each other. "I've seen a few episodes [of 'Glee']," Radcliffe admitted. "I haven't seen [Criss] in it, but I've seen three or four episodes probably. I liked it. My girlfriend is really into it."