What is Robbie Coltrane Net Worth?

What is Robbie Coltrane Net Worth is US$ 4 Million as of 2022.

Net WorthUS $4 Million
Born:March 30, 1950
Death14 October 2022 (at the age of 72)
Also known asAnthony Robert McMillan, Red Robbie
Weight280.0 lbs (127 Kg)
Country of OriginRutherglen, Scotland
Source of WealthActor, Comedian, Writer
Marital StatusMarried (1999), Divorced (2003)
Spouse nameRhona Gemmell (1999)
Famous ForHagrid the Giant in the ‘Harry Potter’ series, Mr. Hyde in ‘Van Helsing.


Robbie was one of the most popular comedians. He won prizes for his art and was the head of the debate society at his school. Now he is a film star who played in “Harry Potter” and the films of James Bond. Coltrane’s childhood name was Anthony Robert McMillan. He was born on 30 March 1950 in Rutherglen, Scotland, UK. Jean Ross, his mother was a pianist and teacher. Ian Baxter McMillan, his father, was a surgeon who worked in police pathology. Robbie loved art, films, music, and also cars. When he was 12, he made a debut at Glenalmond College. He was obsessed with Orson Welles and Marlon Brando. He is suffering from osteoarthritis; the disorder commonly affects joints. The couple have two children – Spencer and Alice. Robbie Coltrane Net Worth is US$ 4 Million in 2022.


1978 – ‘The Slab Boys’

In 1978, Robbie starred in the 1st theatre play ‘The Slab Boys’ dir5ected by John Byrne.

1984 – Writer of series

In 1984, Robbie was credited for the writer of series of ‘Laugh??? I Nearly Paid My Licence Fee’ and ‘A Kick Up the Eighties’.

1990 – BAFTA Award

In 1990, Robbie played a role of Dr. Edward a forensic psychologist in the TV series ‘Cracker’. He won three BAFTA awards for this role.

1993 – Series Jealousy

In 1993, Robbie directed and re-wrote an episode of series “Jealousy” and also the TV series Alfresco.

Early Life

Annie is Robbie’s older sister and Jane is his younger sister. Thomas W. Howie is his great grandfather who is a Scottish businessman. Robbie did his schooling at Belmont School in Newton. Then he moved to Glenalmond College, a school in Perthshire. During his childhood, he played for Auckland Rugby Union Team and was the head of the debate team in his school.  After Glenalmond, he studied at the UK’s Glasgow School of Art. In this school, Robbie was teased for having an accent like Prince Charles. Before acting, he used to work as a mechanic.

On 11 December 1999, Robbie married Rhona Gemmell but now are divorced. They are blessed with two children, Spencer and Alice. Coltrane afterward called for private schools to be prohibited and utilized to be known as “Ruddy Robbie”, revolting against his preservationist childhood through inclusion with Absolution Worldwide, Greenpeace, the Work Party, and the Campaign for Atomic Demobilization.


Robbie began acting in his early twenties and worked in comedy and theatre. In 1978, he starred in the 1st theatre play ‘The Slab Boys’ directed by John Byrne. He starred in ‘The Comic Strip Presents’ series due to his comic skills. In 1993, he directed and re-wrote an episode of the series “Jealousy” and also the TV series Alfresco. In 1984, he was credited as the writer of the series ‘Laugh???

I Nearly Paid My Licence Fee’ and ‘A Kick Up the Eighties’. In 1990, he played the role of Dr. Edward a forensic psychologist in the TV series ‘Cracker’. He won three BAFTA awards for this role. Robbie has also presented many documentary programs for the British ITV network. In September 2006, Robbie was voted eleventh of TV’s 50 Greatest Stars. In August 2007, he played in a series ‘B-Road Britain’, in which he used to travel from London to Glasgow, taking a stop in towns and villages along the way.


Here are some of the best highlights of Robbie Coltrane career:

  • The World is Not Enough (1999)
  • From Hell (2001)
  • Brave (2012)
  • Nuns On the Run (1990)

Brand Endorsements

The Scottish actor and comedian has an estimated net worth of $4 million. He owes some stock investments, property holdings, and endorsement deals with Cover Girl cosmetics. Robbie owns several restaurants named “Fat Coltrane Burger” which is in Edinburgh.

Favorite Quotes from Robbie Coltrane

Favorite Quote 1 from Robbie Coltrane

“Once you’ve been doing anything for twenty-five years’ people start to notice you. What was nice about the OBE is that it’s the first award where I didn’t have to make a speech and I didn’t have to sit there waiting to see if I’d won – I knew I was going to get it.”

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Favorite Quote 2 from Robbie Coltrane

“I had a very bad time with acid. I did that classic thing of looking in the mirror by mistake and seeing the devil. But I took it several times because you always think that next time you might have a wonderful time that everyone else is having.”

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Favorite Quote 3 from Robbie Coltrane

“I’ve already felt that I want to direct. Being an executive producer is like the best job in the world because you make all these executive decisions and then you leave the money to other people. You don’t have to be on set and counting beans.”

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Favorite Quote 4 from Robbie Coltrane

“I knew it was going to be enormous because of the number of people who bought the books, but, to be honest, I never thought it would be bigger than Bond. Never in a million years.”

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Favorite Quote 5 from Robbie Coltrane

“When you are new to the business, you think if you give a really bad performance, that’s one they will print. You will be judged. You just have to be brave.”  

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Favorite Quote 6 from Robbie Coltrane

“See, what you’re meant to do when you have a mid-life crisis is buy a fast car, aren’t you? Well, I’ve always had fast cars. It’s not that. It’s the fear that you’re past your best. It’s the fear that the stuff you’ve done in the past is your best work.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is Robbie Coltrane use a wheelchair?

He has a condition in which joints become painful and stiff. He has been forced to rely on a wheelchair and is waiting for knee surgery to be done.

What is Robbie Coltrane doing now?

The famous Harry Potter actor is living the rest of his days out in the Scottish mountains in his rented outhouse.

What films are Robbie Coltrane in?

He starred in Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Brave, Golden Eye, and many more.

Why did Robbie Coltrane change his name?

He was born as Anthony Robert McMillan. He changed his name when he got into acting.

Does Robbie Coltrane have children?

Robbie has 2 children Spencer and Alice McMillan.


In 2006, Robbie was awarded the O.B.E. that is Officer of the Order of the British Empire. In 2011, he also received the British Academy Scotland Award for his contribution to the film. He was the 1st person to be cast in Sorcerer’s Stone and Harry Potter. He got selected for the role of Hagrid by J.K. Rowling the author of the Harry Potter series.

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