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- "No sign of him, my lord"
- —The Death Eater about Harry Potter
BiographyHarry Potter went to the Forbidden Forest, this man was among the Death Eaters who watched Voldemort cast the Killing Curse on Harry. He also experienced Harry jumping from Hagrid's arms in the Viaduct Courtyard.
The Death Eater had short brown hair and fairly large ears.
Behind the scenes
- This individual is portrayed by Peter G. Reed in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2.
- In the book, Antonin Dolohov is the Death Eater to say "No sign of him, my Lord." However in the scene of the Forbidden Forest in the movie, this unidentified Death Eater is the man to say this line.
- In the book, Thorfinn Rowle is the Death Eater to say "QUIET!" to silence Hagrid in the Forbidden Forest, whilst in the movie, this Death Eater says it instead.
- In a Behind the Scenes clip, this man is seen Disapparating, this probably means he fled the castle as the battle continued, meaning he was not one of the most faithful Death Eaters.