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Billy Connolly in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows?

BillyConnolly.jpgThere's a rumour online today that suggests Billy Connolly could be playing a character in the final Harry Potter film.

Although the rumour is from an unnamed source, the character description for the part he is associated with does sound close and Billy Connolly would continue the strong British actor theme for the series.

The story comes from an unnamed source of the British newspaper The Daily Mail through WENN and Starpulse News Blog, and the source says that Connolly is the perfect actor for the role of Zenophilous Lovegood.

For those of you who haven't read Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows and don't know who that is (and I'm in there with that list) he is the father of Harry's friend Luna Lovegood and apparently has shoulder length white hair the texture of candy floss.

Well that does sound like Connolly, but there's been a few things in the film industry for a long time now, one is called wardrobe, and the other is called make-up. I think they could make anyone fit that description with a little work.





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