Robbie Coltrane: Harry Potter actor dies Robbie Coltrane spends final years in 'constant pain' after complete
disfigurement of knee cartilage 'Harry Potter', 'James Bond' acting icon, who suffered greatly from osteoarthritis,
died at the age of 72 on 14.10.22, opened up about his long health battle in 2020 Told the Daily Express in his last interview in 2020
I was in 'national treasure' and 'great hopes' fighting pain 24 hours a day. I had no cartilage in my knee. There was bone upon bone.
Robbie, a heavy drinker in the 1980s, struggled to lose 7 stone since 2016 after doctors warned him that he could be
crippled" by not slimming down. He had shed 5 stones, was in constant pain throughout the day and said
the day and said after the exploratory operation there was no cartilage left in my knee, completely disintegrated.
As of 2020, the 'Cracker' actor says there is some relief after undergoing joint surgery in the US. Robbie withdrew from
an appearance at ComicCon at London's Olympia in July, organizers said was due to his ongoing ill health.
After paying tribute to the Scotsman, his agent announced his death on Friday. Robbie's agent Belinda
Robbie's agent Belinda Wright said on Friday evening my client friend Robby Coltrane OBE passed away on Friday,
OBE passed away on Friday, October 14. For me personally, we will remember him as a very good loyal customer.