Heavyweight actor Robbie Coltrane dreads the day the Harry Potter movie franchise ends - because he has no idea where his next job will come from.
The Scottish star shot to international fame with his role as Hagrid in the blockbusting wizard movies, but admits he fears for the future when shooting on the last installment - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - ends.
He tells the Daily Record newspaper, "I'm no George Clooney. I certainly don't have to beat a path to the breakfast table every morning through a mountain of scripts.
"I regret the ending of Harry Potter for the obvious reasons of saying goodbye to a bunch of people with whom I've become very friendly over the years, but also because I will be giving up a regular income. You don't get too much of that in the world of acting. "