Harry Potter fans all over the world have been mourning the death of Robbie Coltrane, the British actor who portrayed the role of Hagrid in the film series. Coltrane died on October 14, 2022, but his cause of death had remained unclear until now. His death certificate, according to the Daily Mail, has listed six causes of his death, including multiple organ failure.

Sepsis, infection of the lower respiratory tract, heart block, obesity, and Type 2 diabetes have been revealed as the other reasons behind Coltrane’s death.

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Coltrane, who was 72 at the time of his death, was a popular face even before his stint as Hagrid in the Harry Potter series. He had earlier worked on two James Bond movies, namely, The World is Not Enough and GoldenEye, and also appeared on some notable TV shows like Blackadder, Cracker, and Alfresco.

Coltrane’s death was mourned by the likes of JK Rowling, Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, and Emma Watson. “Heartbroken to hear that Robbie is gone. I’ll never forget the smell of cigars and beard glue- a wonderful combination”, Grint wrote on Instagram, further adding, “No one else on this planet could of played Hagrid, only Robbie.”

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In a statement Radcliffe shared with Deadline, he said, “I feel incredibly lucky that I got to meet and work with him and very sad that he’s passed. He was an incredible actor and a lovely man.”

“Robbie was like the most fun uncle I’ve ever had, but most of all, he was deeply caring and compassionate towards me as a child and an adult”, said Watson, who played Hermoine Granger in the films.

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Coltrane was unwell for quite some time before his death. His former wife, Rhona Gemmell, who is a pilates coach, was the one who registered his death. The actor had to be pulled out of the London ComicCon due to his ailing health.