Robbie Coltrane Height, Age, Married, Wife, Net Worth & Children

Robbie Coltrane
Robbie Coltrane

Quick Facts of Anthony Robert McMillan

Full NameAnthony Robert McMillan
Net Worth$4 Million
Date of Birth1950 /03 /30
NicknameRobbie
Marital StatusMarried
BirthplaceRutherglen, Lanarkshire, Scotland
EthnicityWhite
ReligionChristianity
ProfessionActor, author
NationalityScottish
Active Year1979-Present
Eye colourBlack
Hair colourLight-Brown
BuildEndomorph
SpouseRhona Gemmell (m. 1999–2003)
Height6 ft 1 in (185 cm)
EducationUniversity of Edinburgh
Children2
HoroscopeAries

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Robbie Coltrane is a Scottish actor and author. He is recognized for his roles as Rubeus Hagrid in the Harry Potter films, as Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky in the James Bond films GoldenEye. And also, The World Is Not Enough, and also as Dr. Eddie “Fitz” Fitzgerald in the British TV series Cracker throughout the 1990s.

Moreover, Robbie Coltrane is one of Britain’s most popular comedians who was head of debating society at school. He also won prizes for his art and is now a film star who played in two James Bond films including the “Harry Potter” franchise. If you like to know more in details about Robbie Coltrane’s married life, incomes & gains, and more. Scroll Down!! Read!! More!!

Who Is Robbie Coltrane? Know About His Bio (Wiki)

Robbie Coltrane is a Scottish actor, writer, author and voice actor popular for his role in the Harry Potter movie franchise where he portrayed the character Rubeus Hagrid. He debuted in the television industry in 1979 appearing in an episode of television series Play For Today. Robbie was awarded Officer of the Order of the British Empire and the 2006 New Year Honours for his contributions to the drama world.

Moreover, Coltrane was born Anthony Robert McMillan on March 30, 1950, in Rutherglen, a suburb of Glasgow, Scotland, UK. His mother, Jean Ross (Howie), was a teacher and also, a pianist. His father, Ian Baxter McMillan, was a general surgeon who also served for police pathology. Young Robbie was attached to art, music, films, and cars.

He was a gross reader of his dad’s books on medicine and crime. At age 12 he made his acting appearance on stage at Glenalmond College, delivering rants from “Henry V”. At that time he was engaged with Marlon Brando and Orson Welles. Moreover, Robbie attended Glasgow Art School, majoring in drawing, painting, and film, then studied art at Edinburgh’s Moray House College of Education for a year.

Later in 1973, he made a documentary titled “Young Mental Health”, which was voted Film Of The Year by the Scottish Education Council. At that time Robbie perceived the name Coltrane, due to his love of jazz, and began a career of a stand-up comedian at night clubs, at the Edinburgh Festival, as well as an actor with Edinburgh’s notable Traverse Theatre.

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Inside Of Robbie Coltrane’s Professional Career

Robbie Coltrane debuted in the entertainment industry in 1979 making a cameo in an episode of television series Play For Today. It was in his fresh 20s that he stepped in the acting field and kept a stage name for himself. He took the name Coltrane to give tribute to John Coltrane who was a jazz saxophonist.  His career rising up and he reckoned in several movies and Television series as his first debut movie Flash Gordon where he portrayed a man at Air Field.

Eventually, he began appearing in uncountable movies like Ocean’s Twelve, Stormbreaker, Great Expectations, Effie and many more. His big breakthrough came after remaining cast in the Harry Potter movie franchise, portrayed the role of Rubeus Hagrid. As for television, he was noticed playing different roles in Tutti Frutti, Cracker, Still Game, and National Treasure among others.

Later in 2016, he hosted the Robbie Coltrane Critical Evidence. Moreover, Coltrane gained some awards and has also nominated for his cast in various movies and TV films. Furthermore, he even wrote an autobiography named Coltrane in a Cadillac. Here are some of his awards and nominations.

How Much Is Robbie Coltrane’s Net Worth?

According to some sources, Robbie Coltrane has an estimated net worth of $4 million as of 2019. Also, he earned million dollars fortune by acting cast in various movies and television series. Moreover, he is paid a decent salary for appearing in television shows and lives in a converted farmhouse in Stirlingshire, Scotland, UK.

YearMovieIMDbBoxoffice CollectionCast Members
1999Message in a Bottle6.2/10$118 MillionRobin Wright Penn, John Savage, and Illeana Douglas
2001Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone7.6/10$974.8 MillionDaniel RadcliffeRupert Grint, and Emma Watson.
2004Ocean’s Twelve6.5/10$363 MillionGeorge ClooneyBrad PittMatt Damon, and Julia Roberts
2010Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows7.7/10$960.3 MillionMaggie Smith, Helena Bonham Carter, and Bonnie Wright

Also, Britain’s famous comedian and actor, Robbie has a good salary from his Endorsements. In 2015, his net worth calculated to be $4 million. Later, In that year his annual salary comprised of $470,588 and he got $104,575 paid through Endorsements.

Who Is Robbie Coltrane’s Wife? Know About His Marriage

Coming up to Robbie Coltrane’s personal life, Coltrane tied the knot to a sculptor Rhena Gemmell. And also, they have two children together. They first met at a bar when his former wife was just 18. Moreover, the couple married on December 11, 1999, and delivered their first child Spencer in 1992. Also, their second born was a daughter named Alice, born in 1998.

Moreover, the couple decided to separate in 2003 and officially divorced later on. Besides, he suffered from osteoarthritis and there weren’t any cartilage left in one of his knees. Also, Coltrane is medically very weak and often diagnosed with an illness. He talks about loving movies that are faster since he feels everything focused and brighter in those movies.

Furthermore, Coltrane wants to become a director and an executive producer as in those jobs one can make executive decisions and make others work. Also, his hobbies include reading books and collecting and rebuilding vintage cars. Coltrane stands 6′ feet 1inches and also the first one to be selected for the Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone via J.K Rowling.