Tom Felton has revealed that his grandfather is making an appearance in the first Harry Potter movie.
Nigel Antsey makes a cameo appearance and you’ll miss him during the Quidditch match in the first movie, Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone.
And Draco Malfoy actor Tom couldn’t resist showing it off proudly as he took a trip down memory lane and watched the 2001 film with fans at a digital event.
The actor, now 33, pointed at a Hogwarts professor sitting next to student Lee Jordan in the stands during the Gryffindor V Slytherin match which ends with Harry swallowing the snitch.
“He’s still my grandfather!” Tom exclaimed, “The guy with the beard. White beard! Huge beard right next to Lee Jordan. And there’s me again.
“It’s a family affair, mental! Mental!”
In another scene, Nigel is sitting next to Richard Harris’ Professor Dumbledore when Ian Hart’s Professor Quirrell bursts into the Great Hall to tell them the troll has escaped.
“Here is my grandfather! Tom added: “Oh my days it’s actually fine [over him]. There is my grandfather and then there is me. “
Tom was only 12 when he starred in the first film and also starred in its seven sequels.
As a tyrant of the Draco Malfoy school, he was constantly at odds with Daniel Radcliffe’s Harry, and in later films he was drafted into Voldermort’s forces by his father Lucius, played by Jason Isaacs.
And during the surveillance, Tom broke down in tears as he admitted he hadn’t seen him for 20 years.
“Look at him!” Tom said of Daniel: “God damn it! His voice – he’s so sweet! He’s about five!”
He added: “I am crying rather than commenting on you, but it will be better.
“I think the best is yet to come in these movies!
“We will definitely try again.”