|Anthony Robert McMillan|
|Profession||Actor, Comedian & Writer|
|Date of Birth||30 March, 1950|
|Date of Death(as in 2022)||14 October, 2022|
|Father Name||Ian Baxter McMillan|
|Mother Name||Jean Ross Howie|
|Wife Name||Rhona Gemmell/td>|
Robbie Coltrane was born on March 30, 1950, in Rutherglen, Scotland. He was a Scottish Author and a Comedian. He is the son of Jean Ross Howie who is a teacher and pianist and Ian Baxter McMillan who is a GP.
The Early Life of Robbie
Robbie was born in Scotland. He did his education at Belmont House School in Newton Mearns before moving to Glenalmond College, an independent school in Perthshire.
Though he was deeply unhappy there, he was the head of the school’s debating society and won prizes for his art. He also studied painting at the Glasgow School of Art. Coltrane later called rebelled against private schools and their conservative upbringing.
Coltrane started acting in his early twenties taking the stage name. He also started working in theatres and comedy. The first theatre production in which he appeared in The Slab Boys. He appeared in several bigger films like the James Bond films GoldenEye and The World Is Not Enough, a supporting role in From Hell, etc. He was recognized worldwide as Rubeus Hagrid in the Harry Potter film series.
He won the Royal Television Society Programme Awards for Best Actor.
Real Name: – Anthony Robert McMillan
Profession: – Actor, Comedian, Writer
Father Name: – Ian Baxter McMillan
Mother Name: – Jean Ross Howie
Sister Name: – Annie Rae
Birthdate: – 30 March 1950
Death: – 14 October 2022
Birthplace: – Rutherglen, Scotland
Weight: – 127 kgs
Height: – 6 feet 1 inches
Wife: – Rhona Gemmell
Robbie’s Personal Life
In late 1980s, Coltrane met Rhona Gemmell. They married in 1999. The couple had two children, a son Spencer and a daughter Alice. They separated in 2003 and later got divorced.
In his later life, Coltrane suffered from osteoarthritis. On 14 October 2022, he died at Forth Valley Royal Hospital in Larbert, Scotland at the age of 72. Before his death, he had been ill for 2 years.