March 23, 2023

The stage name Robbie Coltrane was given to Anthony Robert McMillan OBE, a Scottish actor and comedian. In addition to playing Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky in the James Bond movies GoldenEye and The World Is Not Enough, he acquired international fame as Rubeus Hagrid in the Harry Potter film series.

Robbie Coltrane Net Worth At Death

According to Celebrity Net Worth, the actor had a net worth of about $4 million at the time of his passing.

Robbie Coltrane’s net worth includes a $3 million mansion in Glasgow, $4 million, and a variety of exotic vehicles, including a $2.5 lakh Range Rover. His children and former wife continue to own all of his wealth.


Born Name Anthony Robert Mcmilan
Known as Robbie Coltrane
Career Actor, Comedian & Writer
Date of Birth 30 March 1950
Died on 14 October 2022
Robbie Coltrane Death Reason Health Illness (Osteoarthritis)
Born in Scotland
Wife Name Rhona Gemmel (Divorced in 2003)
Mother Name Jean Ross
Father Name Ian Baxter Mcmilan
Notable Works Hagrid in Harry Potter Series and Many other Movies
Robbi Coltrane Net Worth $4 Million


Robbie Coltrane Net Worth At Death

Coltrane began his professional acting career in the sketch series Alfresco with Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, and Emma Thompson (1983–1984). He costarred with Thompson in the BBC miniseries Tutti Frutti in 1987, for which he was nominated for his first British Academy Television Award for Best Actor. Coltrane then rose to fame on a national scale by playing Dr. Eddie “Fitz” Fitzgerald, a criminal psychologist, in the ITV television series Cracker (1993–2006), for which he won three consecutive British Academy Television Awards for Best Actor (1994 to 1996). Coltrane placed ninth in the public vote for ITV’s list of the 50 greatest TV stars in 2006.

According to Net Worth Celebrities, Coltrane’s appearances in the “Harry Potter” series were the ones that brought in the greatest money for the actor. Coltrane earned an estimated $200,000 for his first appearance in the series, “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone,” and a whopping $900,000 for his comeback in “Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban,” released in 2004. Returning to the franchise in 2011, “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” pulled in $1.2 million in reported earnings.

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