'Harry Potter' star Tom Felton shocked after learning he's not a Slytherin after all

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the first "Harry Potter" film.

Tom Felton, who played Draco Malfoy in the "Harry Potter" film series, recently learned that he has even less in common with his onscreen character.

Apparently, Felton believed that he was a Slytherin, like Draco. He was shocked, however, when he discovered that he is better suited for Gryffindor -- Slytherin's bitter rival in the books and movies -- after taking the Sorting Hat challenge on the Wizarding World website.

Students sorted into Slytherin are known for being cunning and ambitious while Gryffindors are noted for their bravery and courage.

Taking to social media, Felton wore a green and silver scarf -- reflecting Slytherin's colors -- and even had the house's banner hanging in the background during his video reveal.

"I am Draco Malfoy in a muggle disguise," Felton, 34, said before noting that the first "Harry Potter" movie turns 20 in November. To celebrate the milestone, Felton decided to "put all rumors at rest" about where his true allegiance lies.

The video picks up after the British actor learns which house he was sorted into and he remarks in disbelief, "Really? Ugh." He then reveals through gritted teeth, "I'm a Gryffindor."

He then pretends to sob uncontrollably before calling upon singer Tom Fletcher, his "fellow TF" and buddy, to take the quiz and sort himself into Slytherin to restore balance.

This is actually the second time Felton was placed in Gryffindor. In a 2015 tweet, he said he was heartbroken to learn that he was better suited for the red and gold after taking the sorting test on the now-defunct Harry Potter fan website, Pottermore.