“Harry Potter” star Robbie Coltrane has died, in keeping with a number of stories. He was 72.
A supply confirmed to The Wrap on Friday that the actor, identified finest for his position as Rubeus Hagrid, had handed away.
Coltrane’s brokers at WME additionally confirmed the unhappy information to The Hollywood Reporter.
Reps for the Scottish-born star didn’t instantly return Page Six’s request for remark.
A reason behind dying isn’t but identified.
Shortly after the information broke, followers started to jot down tributes to Coltrane throughout social media.
“I’m so unhappy proper now! Hagrid was a kids’s treasure and Robbie performed him so so properly. RIP great man!!! 😭😭😭😭😭,” one individual tweeted.
Another wrote, “Thank you Robbie Coltrane for leaving us with Hagrid eternally, you had been a treasure. RIP 🖤.”
Coltrane’s “Harry Potter” co-stars, together with Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson, haven’t but launched statements.
“Watching them rising up is type of like watching your individual children develop up,” the actor one mentioned of his youthful colleagues on the twentieth anniversary of “Harry Potter.”
“I used to be all the time astonished at how fearless they had been … I do have huge, comfortable reminiscences of this, really. I believe all of us do.”
Aside from taking part in Hagrid within the beloved fantasy movie franchise, Coltrane was additionally identified for his position because the legal psychologist Dr. Eddie “Fitz” Fitzgerald within the British TV sequence “Cracker.” He performed the BAFTA award-winning half from 1993 to 2006.
That position led Coltrane to roles in two “James Bond” movies as Valentin Zukovsky in “GoldenEye” and “The World Is Not Enough.”