In the years since Rubeus Hagrid, Robbie Coltrane has continued to perform both on and off screen. He worked as a voice actor in the Pixar movie “Brave”, playing Lord Dingwall. He has also made appearances in “Effie Gray” and in the “Urban Myths” series, which stars his “Harry Potter” co-star Rupert Grint. Coltrane won the award for best actor in the miniseries “National Treasure” in 2017 (via IMDb).
Most recently, the cast of “Harry Potter” gathered once again at a special New Years event to celebrate 20 years since the first film was released. Coltrane remembered his time as a Hogwarts game warden fondly and shared a few moving words in his interview, saying: “The legacy of the movies is that my children’s generation will show them to their children, So you could watch them in 50 in a year, that’s easy. I won’t be there, but Hagrid will.
The special brought to the surface many happy feelings and memories for the cast of “Harry Potter,” but it’s clear that it also brought feelings of nostalgia to those who know the stories in some way. another one. Robbie Coltrane continues to touch the daily lives of millions of people through his portrayal of Hagrid, the keeper of the Keys and Grounds at Hogwarts.