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Born on March 30, 1950 in Rutherglen, Scotland (UK).
Birth Name: Anthony Robert McMillan


TV Appearances/Crew Work

(2014)Effie Gray (Doctor)
(2012)Great Expectations (Jaggers)
(2012)Brave (Voice of Lord Dingwall)
(2011)Sweet Baby Jesus (in production)(Harold)
(2011)Arthur Christmas (Voice of Lead Elf)

(2011)Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Parts 1+2

Both images © Warner Bros./Moving Picture Company (MPC)/Heyday Films

(2009)The Gruffalo's Child (Voice of Gruffalo)

(2009)Murderland (Douglas Hain)
© ITV Productions/Touchpaper Television
-–Carol's Story
-–Hain's Story
-–Carrie's Story

(2009)Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Rubeus Hagrid)
© Heyday Films/Warner Bros.

(2009)A Ted Named Gooby (Gooby)
©Gooby Entertainment/Coneybeare Stories

(2008)The Tale of Despereaux (Voice of Gregory)
(2008-2009)Xposé Eps 3.205+3.38
(2009)Top of the Cops (Eddie 'Fitz' Fitzgerald)
(2008)Quantum of Solace: Royal World Premiere Special
(2008)Jonathan Ross Salutes 'Dad's Army'
(2008)Friday Night with Jonathan Ross Ep 14.20
(2008)Blackadder Rides Again (Dr. Samuel Johnson)
(2008)Blackadder's Most Cunning Moments (Dr. Samuel Johnson)
(2008)Blackadder Exclusive: The Whole Rotten Saga (Dr. Samuel Johnson/Spirit of Christmas)

(2008)The Brothers Bloom (Curator)
© Endgame Entertainment/Ram Bergman Productions/ The See/Weinstein Company

(2008)Call the Cops
(2008)How TV Changed Britain
(2007)Robbie Coltrane's B Road Britain– Cumbria to Glasgow

(2007)Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Rubeus Hagrid)

Both images © Warner Bros./Cool Music/Heyday Films

(2006)Alex Rider: Operation Stormbreaker (Prime Minister)

(2006)Cracker (Dr. Eddie 'Fitz' Fitzgerald)
© A&E Television Networks and Granada Television

(2006)Provoked: A True Story (Lord Edward Foster)
(2006)TV's 50 Greatest Stars
(2006)The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson Ep 2.189
(2006)The Return of Bond: The Start of Production Press Event
(2006)Preparing for the Yule Ball
(2005)Planet Voice– Planet Potter
(2005)'Harry Potter': Behind the Magic
(2005)Inside 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire'
(2005)Avenue of the Stars: 50 Years of ITV
(2005)Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Rubeus Hagrid)
© Warner Bros./Patalex IV Productions Limited/Heyday Films

(2005)Still Game– Dial-A-Bus (Davie the Bus Driver)

(2004)Ocean's Twelve (Matsui)
© Warner Bros./Jerry Weintraub Productions/Village Roadshow Pictures

(2004)Pride (Voice of James)

(2004)Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Rubeus Hagrid)

Both images © Warner Bros./Heyday Films/1492 Pictures

(2004)Frasier– Goodnight, Seattle: Part 1 (Michael Moon)
(2004)Van Helsing: The London Assignment (Voice of Mr. Hyde)
(2004)Head to Shrunken Head
(2004)HBO First Look– 'Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban': Something Wicked this Way Comes
(2004)Creating the Vision/Conjuring a Scene/Care of Magical Creatures (Rubeus Hagrid)
(2003)Interviews with Professors & More
(2003)Parkinson– March 15th episode
(2003)The Planman (Jack Lennox QC)
(2003)Comic Relief 2003: The Big Hair Do (Hagrid)

(2002)Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Rubeus Hagrid)

Both images ©1492 Pictures/MIRACLE Productions GmbH & Co. KG/Heyday Films

(2002)Billy Connolly: A BAFTA Tribute
(2002)Das große RTL Special zum Film– Harry Potter und die Kammer des Schreckens
(2002)Johnny Vaughan Tonight January 29th episode
(2002)Capturing the Stone: A Conversation with the Filmmakers (Rubeus Hagrid)
(2001)The 100 Greatest TV Characters (Fitz)
(2001)HBO First Look
-– Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
-– A View from Hell
(2001)Parkinson November 17th episode
(2001)The Rosie O'Donnell Show November 14th episode
(2001)A View from Hell

(2001)Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Groundskeeper Rubeus Hagrid)

Both images © Warner Bros./1492 Pictures/Heyday Films

2001)On the Nose (Delaney)

(2001)From Hell (Sergeant Peter Godley)

Both images ©Underworld Entertainment/Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

(1999)The World Is Not Enough (Valentin Zukovsky)

Both images ©Danjaq/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)/Eon Productions

(1999)Cracker: Mind Over Murder– Faustian Fitz (David Roberge)

(1999)Alice in Wonderland (Ned Tweedledum)

Both images © Babelsberg International Film Produktion/NBC Studios/Hallmark Entertainment

(1999)Message in a Bottle (Charlie Toschi)
(1999)Parkinson February 26th episode
(1999)And the Word Was Bond
(1999)The Bond Cocktail
(1999)The Making of 'GoldenEye': A Video Journal
(1999)The Making of 'The World Is Not Enough'
(1999)Jerry Springer on Sunday
(1998)Stanley Baxter in Person
(1998)The Ebb-Tide (Capt. Chisholm)
(1998)Frogs for Snakes (Al Santana)

(1998)Montana (The Boss)
© Initial Entertainment Group (IEG)/Zeta Entertainment/No Bones Productions

(1997)Buddy (Dr. Bill Lintz)
(1997)Light Lunch– He's a Little Bit Country, He's a Little Bit Rock and Roll
(1997)Shooting Stars Ep 3.5
(1997)Coltrane's Planes and Automobiles
(1997)Clive Anderson All Talk Ep 2.6
(1996)Alright on the Night's Cockup Trip
(1995)GoldenEye (Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky)
(1995)Sex with Paula (Interviewee)

(1995)GoldenEye: The Secret Files (Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky)
©United Artists/Eon Productions

(1995)In Search of James Bond with Jonathan Ross (Valentin Zukovsky)
(1995)The Limit (Narrator)
(1994)Q.E.D.– Fishman of Saughton Jail (Narrator)
(1993-1996)Cracker (Dr. Eddie 'Fitz' Fitzgerald)
(1993)Clive Anderson Talks Back Ep 8.3
(1993)Coltrane in a Cadillac
(1993)Comic Relief: The Invasion of the Comic Tomatoes
(1993)Screenplay– Boswell & Johnson's Tour of the Western Isles (Dr. Samuel Johnson)
(1993)ABC Weekend Specials– The Legend of Lochnagar (Voice of The Old Man of Lochnagar)
(1993)The Adventures of Huck Finn (The Duke)
(1992)The Bogie Man (Francis F. Clunie)
(1992)Oh, What a Night (Todd)
(1991)Saturday Night Clive Ep 4.2
(1991)Showbiz Today Aug 26th episode
(1991)Wogan June 14th episode
(1991)Screen One– Alive and Kicking (Liam Kane)

(1991)The Pope Must Die (The Pope)
©British Screen Productions/Michael White Productions/ Channel Four Films

(1991)Triple Bogey on a Par Five Hole (Steffano Baccardi)
(1991)Perfectly Normal (Alonzo Turner)
(1990)Midnight Breaks (Fat)
(1990)The Best of 'The Lenny Henry Show' (Special Guest)
(1990)Nuns on the Run (Charlie McManus/Flight Attendant #2)
(1990)Where the Heart Is
(1989)Henry V (Sir John Falstaff)
(1989)Lenny Live and Unleashed (Taxi Driver)
(1989)Let It Ride (Ticket Seller)
(1989)Roald Dahl's Danny the Champion of the World (Victor Hazell)
(1989)Bert Rigby, You're a Fool (Sid Trample)
(1989)Slipstream (Montclaire)
(1989)The Movie Life of George
(1989)The Secret Policeman's Biggest Ball
(1989)The Robbie Coltrane Special (Various)
(1989)A Night of Comic Relief 2

(1989)Henry V (St John Falstaff)
©Renaissance Films/Curzon Film Distributors/British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

(1989)Hysteria 2!
(1989)Danny and the Dirty Dog: The Making of 'Roald Dahl's Danny the Champion of the World'
(1988-1993)Aspel & Company
(1988)Parkinson One to One Ep 2.3
(1988)Arena– Byrne About Byrne (Detective)
(1988)Thompson Eps 1.1+1.3
(1988)The Fruit Machine (Annabelle)
(1988)French and Saunders– Ep 2.6 (Big Daddy/That's Hollywood Narrator)

(1988)Blackadder's Christmas Carol (Spirit of Christmas)

All 3 images ©BBC

(1987)The Lenny Henry Show– Christmas
(1987)The Last Resort with Jonathan Ross Ep 2.11
(1987)The Secret Policeman's Third Ball

(1987)Black Adder the Third– Ink and Incapability (Dr. Samuel Johnson, noted for his fat dictionary)

All 3 images ©BBC

(1987)Tutti Frutti (Danny McGlone / Big Jazza)
(1987)Eat the Rich (Jeremy)
(1986)Midnite Breaks (Hudge)

(1986)Mona Lisa (Thomas)
©Palace Production/HandMade Films

(1986)Absolute Beginners (Mario)

(1986)Caravaggio (Scipione Borghese)
©Channel Four Television/British Film Institute (BFI)

(1985)The Lenny Henry Show Ep 2.5
(1985)Revolution (New York Burgher)

(1985)The Supergrass (Detective Sergeant Troy)
© 14 Old Bond Street Leasing/Film Four International/Comic Strip

(1985)Girls on Top– C.O.D. (Morris)

(1985)National Lampoon European Vacation (Man in the Bathroom)
©Warner Bros.

(1985)Defense of the Realm (Leo McAskey)
(1981)A Kick Up the Eighties (Various)
(1984)Chinese Boxes (Harwood)
(1984)Laugh??? I Nearly Paid My Licence Fee (Various)
(1984)Minder– What Makes Shamy Run? (Mr. Henry)

(1984)The Young Ones (Bouncer/Captain Blood/Dr. Carlisle)

All 3 images ©BBC

(1983-1984)Alfresco (Various/Agincourt Soldier/Aristocrat)
(1983)Ghost Dance (George)

(1983)Krull (Rhun)
©Barclays Mercantile Industrial Finance/Columbia Pictures Corporation

(1983)The Crystal Cube (Martin Bealey)
(1983)Scrubbers (Puff Guts)
(1983)Luna– The Clunkman Cometh (35T)
(1983)Loose Connections (Drunk)
(1982-2012)The Comic Strip Presents...(Max /'N'/Arnold Silverstein/Gypsy/Landlady)
(1982)Sin on Saturday
(1982)Britannia Hospital (Picket)
(1982)Kevin Turvey: The Man Behind the Green Door (Mick)

(1982)The Young Ones-Oil

(1981)Gateway to the South (Various)
(1981)Keep It in the Family– A Matter of Principle (Mr. Conway)
(1981)Metal Mickey– Mickey the Demon Barber (Jason)
(1981)Subway Riders (Detective Fritz Langley)
(1980)The Lost Tribe- Keep Us Alive (Border Post Guard)

(1980)Flash Gordon (Man at Airfield)

Both images ©Dino De Laurentiis Company/Starling Films

(1980)Death Watch (Limosine driver)

Images for this section used with permission from:
Anonymous contributors


(1993)The Comic Strip Presents...– Jealousy
(1989)The Robbie Coltrane Special
(1984)Laugh??? I Nearly Paid My Licence Fee
(1981)A Kick Up the Eighties

Executive Producer

(2003)The Planman


The Comic Strip Presents...– Jealousy


AYBS Stats

AYBS Timeframe: 1983

Episode: "Calling All Customers"



Contact Info

2nd Floor
125 Gloucester Road
London SW7 4TE




Video Games

(2010)Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (Hagrid)
(2000)The World Is Not Enough (Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky)





(1980)Threads (Hampstead Theatre)

TV Plays

(1979)Play for Today– Waterloo Sunset (Jimmie)