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(Channel 4, Tuesday) contain the usual disclaimer that any resemblance between its characters and real people is merely coincidental.
Well, coincidental maybe, but also entirely inevitable — because this is a drama based on Operation Yewtree.
Coltrane’s film career continued with roles in Bond Classics, Van Helsing, and Ocean’s 12.
His best-known film role to date is his portrayal of half-man, half-giant Hagrid in the Harry Potter film franchise.
With its choice of subject matter, a cast including Robbie Coltrane and Julie Walters and a script by Jack Thorne (author of the all-conquering ), the series is clearly intended as an Important Piece of Television.
Yet, partly for that reason, it’s so far proving a rather careful one.
He also won a Best Actor award from the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 19 for his work on "Cracker." However, Coltrane quit the series in 1996, partly so that he would not be type-cast and partly because he said he'd "seen other shows which have gone on and on and it didn't help them." Re-runs of the series can still be seen on A&E and Showcase in Canada.
A car enthusiast, in 1997 Coltrane hosted a TV series called "Coltrane's Planes and Automobiles." He appeared as Tweedle Dum in the February 1999 NBC-TV production of Alice in Wonderland with other big name performers and he starred in the Bond movie, "The World is Not Enough," released in November 1999.
Orlando is home to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park, which opened last year.