Harry Potter star Robbie Coltrane “died of multiple organ failure” and had five other illnesses

A new report says the cause of death of famous actor Robbie Coltrane is listed on his death certificate as multiple organ failure.

The Harry Potter star passed away on October 14 at the age of 72. At the time of his death, he was reported to have suffered from sepsis, lower respiratory tract infection, type 2 diabetes, heart block and obesity.

These factors – along with organ failure – cumulatively led to his premature death.

According to the Daily Star, Coltrane’s ex-wife Rona Gemmell recorded his death in Glasgow.

It is understood that he was ill for some time, which led to his death.

The cause of death of beloved actor Robbie Coltrane is listed on his death certificate as multiple organ failure

The cause of death of beloved actor Robbie Coltrane is listed on his death certificate as multiple organ failure

Coltrane as Hagrid in his cabin while filming the Harry Potter series

Hagrid and Harry soar through the sky on a flying motorcycle in the seventh movie in the franchise

Coltrane played Hagrid, the guard of the Hogwarts Games, in all eight Harry Potter films and was the first to be cast in films after being personally chosen by J.K. Rowling.

Robbie Coltrane (left) along with Harry Potter co-stars (LR) Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson and Alan Rickman (rear)

Robbie Coltrane (left) along with Harry Potter co-stars (LR) Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson and Alan Rickman (rear)

He was rumored to have serious health issues earlier this year after he was forced to withdraw from London Comic Con in June due to medical reasons.

The Scottish star, whose real name is Anthony Robert MacMillan, is best known for playing lovable Hogwarts game guard Hagrid and criminal psychologist Dr. for playing Eddie “Fitz” Fitzgerald.

For his role as Dr. Fitz, he received a BAFTA Award for Best Actor for three consecutive years and two BAFTA Awards for Scotland. He even voiced a BBC citation of King Charles’ children’s book The Old Man Of Lochnagar.

Coltrane is survived by his wife, Jamil, whom he married in 1999, sister Annie Ray and children Spencer, born 1992, and Alice, born 1998.

He was one of the UK’s most popular comedians before turning to acting as he landed his first major role as Fitz in the ITV drama Cracker.

Tom Felton honors Robbie Coltrane

Emma Watson is among those who have paid tribute to Coltrane

Tom Felton and Emma Watson were among the Harry Potter stars who paid tribute to Coltrane, who played Hagrid

The character of Coltrane's Hagrid was one of the most popular characters in Rowling's magical series

The character of Coltrane’s Hagrid was one of the most popular characters in Rowling’s magical series

During his illustrious career, he has starred alongside comedy and acting legends such as Julie Walters, Ben Elton, Hugh Laurie, Stephen Fry, Emma Thompson and Siobhan Redmond.

Coltrane’s agent Belinda Wright called him a “unique talent” and said the star passed away on Friday. “Please respect the privacy of the Ruby family at this difficult time,” she added.

In a statement, she said: “My client and friend Robbie Coltrane OBE passed away on Friday 14th October. Robbie was a unique talent.

“Personally, I will remember him as a loyal client. Not only was he a wonderful actor, he was forensically smart, brilliantly funny, and after 40 years of being proud to be called his agent, I will miss him.”

In his later years, he appeared less in film and television, but returned for an interview with HBO’s Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ​​Return To Hogwarts – where he talked about how he lives his legacy as Hagrid long after his life.

Coltrane (center) got his big break in acting in the ITV drama Cracker, in which he played Dr. Fitz.

Coltrane (center) got his big break in acting in the ITV drama Cracker, in which he played Dr. Fitz.

Speaking about the private, he said:

Speaking of the special, he said, “The legacy of the movies is that my children’s generation will show them to their kids so you can watch them 50 years from now with ease. I won’t be here, unfortunately…but Hagrid will be.”

Speaking of the special, he said, “The legacy of the movies is that my children’s generation will show them to their kids so you can watch them 50 years from now with ease. I won’t be here, unfortunately…but Hagrid will be.”

After the shocking news of his death, co-stars and former colleagues began paying tribute to the “one of a kind” man.

Daniel Radcliffe remembered his co-star Harry Potter as “one of the funniest people” and “a wonderful actor”.

The actor, who starred in the fantasy series, shared fond memories of the set in a statement, saying, “Robbie was one of the funniest people I’ve ever met and he always made us laugh on set when he brought the kids.

“I have particularly fond memories of keeping our spirits up on the Prisoner of Azkaban, when we all hid in Hagrid’s cabin for hours in torrential rain, and he would tell stories and jokes in order to keep morale up.

“I am incredibly lucky to have had the opportunity to meet and work with him and very sad that he passed away. He was a wonderful actor and a wonderful man.”

Coltrane was cast while starring in The Pope Must Die - one of the many films he won critical acclaim for.

Coltrane was cast while starring in The Pope Must Die – one of the many films he won critical acclaim for.

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Coltrane was awarded the OBE Medal for Services to Drama on the 2006 Honor Roll (pictured after receiving the OBE)

Emma Watson, who starred as Hermione in the franchise, released a heartbreaking statement on Instagram, which read: “Ruby was like the funniest uncle I’ve ever lived, but most of all he cared so deeply and passionately about me when I was a child and an adult.” His talent was so immense that it made sense that he was playing a giant – he could fill any room with his wits.

“You know how much I adore and admire you. I will really miss your sweetness, your nicknames, your warmth, your laughter and your hugs.

“You made us family. I know you were that to us. There has been no better Hagrid. It has been such a pleasure to have you as Hermione.”

Tom Felton, who played Draco Malfoy, said on Instagram: “One of my fondest memories of filming Harry Potter was shooting my first movie night in the Forbidden Forest. I was 12 years old.

“Ruby cares and cares about everyone around him. Effort. and made her laugh. Effort. He was a big friendly giant on screen, but more than that in real life. I love you my friend – thanks for everything.”

Warwick Davis, who starred alongside Robbie Coltrane as Professor Flitwick in the Harry Potter films, paid tribute to the “always cheerful” actor who passed away at the age of 72.

He wrote: “I was saddened to learn that Robbie Coltrane, a cast member of Harry Potter, passed away today.

“He was always cheerful and brought warmth, light, and laughter to every set he walked on. RIP Robbie, the lovable giant of comedy.

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