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This got us thinking: who are the actors we forgot were in the franchise? Scroll down to discover the surprises.
1. Domhnall Gleeson
Played Bill Weasley
The Ex Machina and Star Wars actor turned up in both instalments of The Deathly Hallows. The versatile Gleeson played Ron Weasleys eldest brother Bill, partner of Fleur Delacour (Clemence Poesy, who will next be seen in Christopher Nolan's Tenet). Having been attacked by a werewolf during the Battle of the Astronomy Tower, Bill was forced to bear some impressive scars, as well as some wolfish tendencies. (Teacher Mad-Eye Moody, played by Gleeson's own father Brendan, claims that Bill now likes his steaks "on the rare side".)
2. David Tennant
Played Barty Crouch Jr.
Before he was Doctor Who, actor David Tennant chilled the blood as the unhinged Barty Crouch Jr. The character appeared in The Goblet of Fire, unmasked in a shocking twist. It turns out that this evil servant of Voldemort (Ralph Fiennes) had been masquerading (via polyjuice potion) as the aforementioned Mad-Eye Moody, a reveal that confirmed the Potter franchise's slide into darker territory.
3. Miranda Richardson
Played Rita Skeeter
The Crying Game and Sleepy Hollow actor portrayed nosey journalist Rita in two films, The Goblet of Fire and The Deathly Hallows: Part I. Tenacious Rita Skeeter wrote for The Daily Prophet on a multitude of topics, all of which were spruced up at the expense of truth. Subjects covered included the Triwizard Tournament and Voldemort's return to power.
4. Miriam Margolyes
Played Professor Sprout
Outspoken actor and Graham Norton favourite Margolyes appeared in two Potter films as Hufflepuff head Professor Pomona Sprout. She only appears in two of the films: The Chamber of Secrets and The Deathly Hallows: Part II. It's Sprout who demonstrates the importance of mandrake growth to the students of Hogwarts.
5. John Cleese
Played Nearly Headless Nick
The Monty Python veteran appeared in the backdrop of the early Potter movies as ghostly phantom Nearly Headless Nick. Cleese's table reveal in first movie The Philosopher's Stone remains a memorable scene.
6. Lenny Henry
Played Dre Head
British comedian Lenny Henry had a pretty incidental role in The Prisoner of Azkaban. Nevertheless, it's an amusing one, as a rasta talking head adorning the lightning-fast Knight Bus. As he says: "It's going to be a bumpy ride!"
7. Michelle Fairley
Played Mrs. Granger
Before she was the ill-fated Catelyn Stark in Game of Thrones (the Red Wedding still haunts us), Michelle Fairley made a small but impactful appearance as Hermione's (Emma Watson) mother. Mrs. Granger appears in The Deathly Hallows - Part I in one of the franchise's darkest scenes, as she suffers the effects of an obliviate spell.