The Network showed the last words of the actor Robbie Coltrane, Hagrid from “Harry Potter”
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Robbie Coltrane starred in Potter for 10 years.
Scottish actor Robbie Coltrane, whose real name is Robert Macmillan, best known for his role as Hogwarts gatekeeper Rubeus Hagrid in the Harry Potter series, compared the end of the saga to an era, and was very sad when it ended. The last video with the words of the actor appeared on the Web.
“For me, this is the end of an era, years of my life. During this time, my children have grown up. The legacy that these films left will pass from the generation of my children to their children. So in half a century they will also be watched. It’s a pity that I am no longer will be…. And Hagrid will be,” says the actor in a special issue dedicated to the film, wiping away tears.
Condolences on the death of the actor, who was awarded the Order of the British Empire in 2006 for services to the dramatic arts, were expressed by Daniel Radcliffe , Emma Watson, J.K. Rowling novelist and many others.
Coltrane has made a mark on the industry. He won the BAFTA Award for Best Actor for three consecutive years for his performance as Dr. Fitz in the drama series Cracker, as well as two BAFTA Scotland Awards. The actor even narrated the BBC adaptation of the King Charles children's book The Old Man of Lochnagar.
His co-stars included Julie Walters, Ben Elton, Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Emma Thompson and Siobhan Redmond. Rumors swirled that the 72-year-old had serious health issues earlier this year after pulling out of London Comic Con in June on medical grounds.