Robbie Coltrane (Actor) Height, Weight, Date of Birth, Cause of Death Age, Wiki, Biography, Girlfriend & More
Robbie Coltrane was a Scottish comedian and actor, best known for playing Rubus Hagrid in the famous Harry Potter film series (2001 – 2011). He is also known for his work in the James Bond films Golden Eye (1995) and The World Is Not Enough (1999). He was also honored by the British Academy Scotland Award (2011) for his outstanding contribution to the film industry. On October 14, 2022, he died of osteoarthritis, two years before he became ill and was employed in a wheelchair due to persistent pain.
Birth and early life
Anthony Robert Macmillan was born on 30 March 1950 in Rutherglen, Scotland. He was born to school teacher Jean Ross Howie and Ian Baxter Macmillan, a forensic surgeon in the Scottish Police. He has two sisters named Annie and Jane.
|Real Name||Anthony Robert Macmillan|
|profession||Actor, comedian and writer|
|Date of birth||30 March 1950|
|Death||14 October 2022|
|cause of death||osteoarthritis|
|Age (as in 2002)||72 years|
|birth place||rutherglen, scotland|
|family||Mother: Jean Ross Howie
Father: Ian Baxter Macmillan
Sister: Annie and Jane
Brother: Not Available
Wife: Rona Gemeli
Robbie Coltrane completed his schooling from Belmont House School. He is also a graduate of Glasgow Art School where he discovered his love for acting. He is also an alumnus of the University of Edinburgh.
Education details and more
|school||Belmont House School|
|College||University of Edinburgh|
|First entry||Television : Play for Today (1979)
Thin layer : Flash Gordon (1980)
|Prize||Royal Television Society Award (1993)
British Academy Film Awards (2002)
Monte-Carlo Television Festival (2017)
British Academy Scotland Award (2011)
Robbie started his career in the year 1979 with the television show Play for Today, where he played the role of Jimmy. The following year, he also appeared in films such as Flash Gordon, and Death Watch, followed by Subway Rider where he played a crime detective.
From 1979 to 1999, he played a variety of roles and appeared in several popular shows and movies like Mona Lisa (1986), Goldeneye (1995), Message in a Bottle (1999), and more.
In 2001, he became popular worldwide with his character of Rubus Hagrid in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, a fictional film on wizarding education, which was directed by Chris Columbus. The film was based on the 1997 novel by JK Rowling. The film starred Emma Waston, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and many others.
He was last seen on screen at Hogwarts on New Year’s Day in 2022 to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
He has been honored with the prestigious award for his contribution to the industry. Some of these include the British Academy Television Awards (2017), Royal Television Society Awards (2017), Monte Carlo Television Festival (2017) and many more.
physical statistics and more
|height||In Feet: 6’1″ Feet
In Meters : 1.85 Square Meters
|weight||In pounds: 242 pounds
In Kilograms : 110 Kgs
|body shape||Chest: 40 inches
Waist: 32 inches
Biceps: 12 inches
Robbie Coltrane married Rona Gemmel on 11 December 1999. The couple has two children, a son named Spencer and a daughter named Alice, later in the year 2003, the couple separated over a petition filed for divorce.
In 2016, he was diagnosed with osteoarthritis; In 2019, he was put on a wheelchair after persistent pain throughout the day.
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Some facts about Robbie Coltrane
- Anthony Robert Macmillan was born in Rutherglen, Scotland.
- For his services to drama he was awarded the Officer of the Order of the British Empire in the 2006 New Year’s Honours.
- He has acted in theater plays such as The Slab Boys (1978) and Threads (1980).
- He appeared in a music video Deeper Understanding in 2011.
- On October 14, 2022, he died of osteoarthritis at the Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert.
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