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'''Robbie Coltrane''', (born '''Anthony Robert McMillan''' on [[30 March]], [[1950s|1950]]), is a [[Scotland|Scottish]] actor, comedian and author.
 
'''Robbie Coltrane''', (born '''Anthony Robert McMillan''' on [[30 March]], [[1950s|1950]]), is a [[Scotland|Scottish]] actor, comedian and author.
   
 
Robbie Coltrane was born in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire. He now lives in Killearn Stirlingshire, currently separated from his wife, and is the father of two children, Spencer and Alice.
 
Robbie Coltrane was born in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire. He now lives in Killearn Stirlingshire, currently separated from his wife, and is the father of two children, Spencer and Alice.
   
As with [[Richard Harris]] being told by his granddaughter that she would never speak to him again if he didn't take the role of [[Albus Dumbledore]], Robbie mainly took the role of [[Rubeus Hagrid]] because his children, Alice and Spencer pressured him into it. He also wished to do it, because [[J. K. Rowling]] only wanted him for the part.
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As with [[Richard Harris]] being told by his granddaughter that she would never speak to him again if he didn't take the role of [[Albus Dumbledore]], Robbie mainly took the role of [[Rubeus Hagrid]] because his children, Alice and Spencer, pressured him into it. He also wished to do it, because [[J. K. Rowling]] only wanted him for the part.
   
 
In [[2006]], Robbie received an [[Wikipedia:Order of the British Empire|OBE]] for his services to drama.
 
In [[2006]], Robbie received an [[Wikipedia:Order of the British Empire|OBE]] for his services to drama.
   
==Earlier Career==
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==Earlier career==
Robbie has produced and directed two different shows as well as writing four scripts for shows.
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Robbie has produced and directed two different shows as well as writing four scripts for shows.
He has appeared/been credited in over 80 shows and films combined, including popular hits such as [[wikipedia:GoldenEye (film)|GoldenEye]] and [[wikipedia:The World Is Not Enough (film)|The World Is Not Enough]] (a pair of James Bond films starring [[Wikipedia:Pierce Brosnan|Pierce Brosnan]]), ''[[Wikipedia:Message in a Bottle (film)|Message in a Bottle]]'' with [[Wikipedia:Kevin Costner|Kevin Costner]], and ''[[Wikipedia:From Hell (film)|From Hell]]'' with [[Wikipedia:Johnny Depp|Johnny Depp]]. He also appeared in the 1986 comedy series ''Blackadder II'', which also featured [[Miranda Richardson]]. In 1990 he starred in [[wikipedia:Nuns on the Run|Nuns on the Run]] alongside [[wikipedia:Eric Idle|Eric Idle]] as Charlie McManus. In 1991, Coltrane played the title role in the comedy film, ''The Pope Must Die'', which garnered controversy over its title (resulting in it being retitled ''The Pope Must Diet'' in some markets).
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He has appeared/been credited in over 80 shows and films combined, including popular hits such as ''[[wikipedia:GoldenEye (film)|GoldenEye]]'' and ''[[wikipedia:The World Is Not Enough (film)|The World Is Not Enough]]'' (a pair of James Bond films starring [[Wikipedia:Pierce Brosnan|Pierce Brosnan]]), ''[[Wikipedia:Message in a Bottle (film)|Message in a Bottle]]'' with [[Wikipedia:Kevin Costner|Kevin Costner]], and ''[[Wikipedia:From Hell (film)|From Hell]]'' with [[Wikipedia:Johnny Depp|Johnny Depp]]. He also appeared in the 1986 comedy series ''Blackadder II'', which also featured [[Miranda Richardson]]. In 1990 he starred in ''[[wikipedia:Nuns on the Run|Nuns on the Run]]'' alongside [[wikipedia:Eric Idle|Eric Idle]] as Charlie McManus. In 1991, Coltrane played the title role in the comedy film ''The Pope Must Die'', which garnered controversy over its title (resulting in it being retitled ''The Pope Must Diet'' in some markets).
   
During the mid-1990s, Coltrane starred in a popular UK crime drama TV series entitled ''[[wikipedia:Cracker (UK TV series)|Cracker]]''; he reprised the role for a made-for-TV film in 2006.
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During the mid-1990s, Coltrane starred in a popular UK crime drama TV series entitled ''[[wikipedia:Cracker (UK TV series)|Cracker]]''; he reprised the role for a made-for-TV film in 2006. In 2004, he appeared in the two-part series finale of ''{{wplink|Frasier}}'' as Daphne Moon's mumbling brother Michael.
   
The voice of Robbie was also featured in the CGI-film ''[[Wikipedia:The Tale of Despereaux (film)|The Tale of Despereaux]]'' from [[Wikipedia:Universal Studios|Universal Studios]], which also featured the voice of [[Emma Watson]] who plays [[Hermione Granger]] in the Harry Potter films series.
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Coltrane lent his voice to the CGI-film ''[[Wikipedia:The Tale of Despereaux (film)|The Tale of Despereaux]]'' from [[Wikipedia:Universal Studios|Universal Studios]], which also featured the voices of [[Emma Watson]] and [[Ciaran Hinds]], who played [[Hermione Granger]] and [[Aberforth Dumbledore]] in the ''Harry Potter'' film series.
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==After ''Harry Potter''==
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Robbie later served as a voice actor again in Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios's film ''Brave'' alongside [[Emma Thompson]], [[Kelly Macdonald]], and [[Julie Walters]].
   
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
*It was actually [[J. K. Rowling]], the author herself, that suggested Coltrane to the then director [[Chris Columbus]] for the role of [[Rubeus Hagrid]]. <ref>[http://www.accio-quote.org/articles/2004/0304-wbd.htm JK Rowling's World Book Day Chat, March 4 2004]</ref>
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*It was actually [[J. K. Rowling]], the author herself, that suggested Coltrane to the then director [[Chris Columbus]] for the role of [[Rubeus Hagrid]].<ref>[http://www.accio-quote.org/articles/2004/0304-wbd.htm JK Rowling's World Book Day Chat, March 4 2004]</ref>
   
 
==Notes and references==
 
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Robbie coltrane 2011 july
Robbie Coltrane
Biographical information
Birth name

Anthony Robert McMillan

Born

30 March, 1950

Nationality

Scottish

Gender

Male

Height

6' 1"

Career
Years active

1980 to present

In Harry Potter

Rubeus Hagrid

Notable roles

Robbie Coltrane, (born Anthony Robert McMillan on 30 March, 1950), is a Scottish actor, comedian and author.

Robbie Coltrane was born in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire. He now lives in Killearn Stirlingshire, currently separated from his wife, and is the father of two children, Spencer and Alice.

As with Richard Harris being told by his granddaughter that she would never speak to him again if he didn't take the role of Albus Dumbledore, Robbie mainly took the role of Rubeus Hagrid because his children, Alice and Spencer, pressured him into it. He also wished to do it, because J. K. Rowling only wanted him for the part.

In 2006, Robbie received an OBE for his services to drama.

Earlier careerEdit

Robbie has produced and directed two different shows as well as writing four scripts for shows. He has appeared/been credited in over 80 shows and films combined, including popular hits such as GoldenEye and The World Is Not Enough (a pair of James Bond films starring Pierce Brosnan), Message in a Bottle with Kevin Costner, and From Hell with Johnny Depp. He also appeared in the 1986 comedy series Blackadder II, which also featured Miranda Richardson. In 1990 he starred in Nuns on the Run alongside Eric Idle as Charlie McManus. In 1991, Coltrane played the title role in the comedy film The Pope Must Die, which garnered controversy over its title (resulting in it being retitled The Pope Must Diet in some markets).

During the mid-1990s, Coltrane starred in a popular UK crime drama TV series entitled Cracker; he reprised the role for a made-for-TV film in 2006. In 2004, he appeared in the two-part series finale of Frasier as Daphne Moon's mumbling brother Michael.

Coltrane lent his voice to the CGI-film The Tale of Despereaux from Universal Studios, which also featured the voices of Emma Watson and Ciaran Hinds, who played Hermione Granger and Aberforth Dumbledore in the Harry Potter film series.

After Harry PotterEdit

Robbie later served as a voice actor again in Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios's film Brave alongside Emma Thompson, Kelly Macdonald, and Julie Walters.

Behind the scenesEdit

Notes and referencesEdit

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