Though he later described his experiences there as deeply unhappy, he played for the rugby First XV, was head of the school's debating society and won prizes for his art.
From Glenalmond, Coltrane went on to Glasgow School of Art, where he was ridiculed for "having an accent like Prince Charles" (which he quickly disposed of, though not before gaining the nickname "Lord Fauntleroy"), and thereafter the Moray House College of Education (part of the University of Edinburgh) in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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In 1997, Coltrane appeared in a series of six programmes under the title Coltrane's Planes and Automobiles, in which he extolled the virtues of the steam engine, the diesel engine, the supercharger, the V8 engine, the two-stroke engine, and the jet engine.
In these programmes he dismantled and rebuilt several engines.
Coltrane married Rhona Gemmell on 11 December 1999. Wikipedia is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc., a non-profit organization.
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The stocky performer has starred in "Krull" (1983), "Caravaggio" (1986), "Mona Lisa" (1986), "Henry V" (1989), "Nuns on the Run" (1990), "The Pope Must Die" (1991), "The Adventures of Huck Finn" (1993), "Buddy" (1997), "From Hell" (2001), "Ocean's Twelve" (2004), "Provoked: A True Story" (2006) and "Stormbreaker" (2006).
He will next be seen in the upcoming films "Gooby" (voice), "The Brothers Bloom," "The Tale of Despereaux" (voice), and "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," the next sequel to the popular Harry Potter series in which he will reprise his role as Hagrid. (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2006 New Year's Honours List for his services to drama.
One of the UK's most prolific and respected film and television actors with a career spanning 20 years, Coltrane was voted No. "Once you've been doing anything for twenty-five years, people start to notice you.