Cinema: actor Robbie Coltrane, known for his role as Hagrid in the Harry Potter saga, died at the age of 72

Scottish comedian Robbie Coltrane, best known for his role as Hagrid in the Harry Potter film series, has died at the age of 72, his agent, Belinda Wright, announced on Friday October 14. “Robbie was a unique talent (…) Over the next few decades, o“He will probably be best remembered as Hagrid in the Harry Potter films, a role that brought joy to children and adults everywhere.” she added in a press release, quoted in particular by the British newspaper The Telegraph (article in English).

In this text, Belinda Wright also pointed out that Robbie Coltrane had won three consecutive Baftas for Best Actor for his portrayal of Fitz on the show Cracking“, in the 1990s. The comedian had also appeared twice in the James Bond film series, more precisely in GoldenEye and The world is not enough.

“An incredible talent”, for JK Rowling

“I will remember him as a loyal customer, in addition to being a wonderful actor”, said the actor’s agent, who will have played the “keeper of the keys and places” of Hogwarts eight times.

JK Rowling, author who created the world of Harry Potter, spoke about “an incredible talent”. “I will never meet anyone remotely like Robbie again”she says on Twitter.

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