Daniel Radcliffe and Emma Watson honored their co-star Robbie Coltrane. There is no more perfect Hagrid as per Emma as Daniel said he was an “amazing performer.”
In tribute to his late co-star actor Robbie Coltrane, who played Harry Potter in the Harry Potter films actor Daniel Radcliffe has released a statement. In the statement, Daniel praised Robbie Coltrane as “one of the funniest individuals” that he’s ever met, and expressed his gratitude for the chance to have collaborated with Robbie Coltrane. Daniel also spoke about an incident that happened in the production of The Prisoner in Azkaban. At the age of eleven, Daniel made his acting debut with Robbie in the 2001 film Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.
Robbie died on Friday, at the age of 72. The most well-known part of his life was his character as Harry Potter’s lovable giant half Rubeus Hagrid. He died at the hospital in his hometown of Scotland According to Belinda Wright, his agent. She was awed by him in a variety different ways, describing him as “forensically clever” and “brilliantly humorous” in addition to other things.
Daniel’s famous quote “Robbie was among the most fun people I’ve come across and kept us constantly entertained as children at the sets. I’ve happy moments of him helping to keep us up in Prisoner of Azkaban as we were trapped in the torrential rain for long hours in Hagrid’s hut, and he would tell stories and laughing to keep the spirits up. I’m extremely fortunate that I was able to have the opportunity to meet and work with the actor and am very sad to hear that he’s passed away. He was a phenomenal actor and was a wonderful person.”