Calling all witches and wizards, here is how you can pay tribute to Dumbledore actor Sir Michael Gambon by watching all eight Harry Potter films in the UK.

The 'beloved' Irish actor has died peacefully in hospital, aged 82, his family has said in a statement.

Sir Michael Gambon's career spanned over five decades across TV, film, theatre and radio.

Fans will likely know him best for playing the wisest of wizards Albus Dumbledore in six of the eight Harry Potter films.

Bournemouth Echo: Sir Michael Gambon has died. (Ian West/PA Wire)Sir Michael Gambon has died. (Ian West/PA Wire) (Image: Ian West/PA Wire)

The popular Harry Potter movies are based on the novels of the same name, written by British author JK Rowling.

Since readers young and old were first introduced to the 'boy who lived' - under the stairs at 4 Privet Drive -  fans have been obsessed with the magical world of Harry Potter with seven books and eight films.

It has since become one of the world's most-loved fictional worlds with grown adults still awaiting their letter from Hogwarts.

Whether you're a Hufflepuff or a Gryffindor, many of you will agree that there isn't a better time to rewatch the Harry Potter films and relive the magic.

Where can I watch Harry Potter in the UK?

Both magic folk and muggles alike can currently binge the entire magical franchise on the streaming giant Netflix as part of their subscription.

Netflix announced that all eight films right from The Philosopher's Stone to Deathly Hallows Pt 2 would be available on its platform in the UK from Wednesday, May 17.

I don't have a Netflix account, how can I watch the Harry Potter films?

The majority of the films are available to rent or purchase on Google Play, Youtube, Amazon Prime and Apple TV.

For rent, prices start at £2.49 for the Philopshers Stone but the majority are available for around £3.49.

When it comes to buying them outright, most of these streamers are charging around £7.99.

If you have a NOW Cinema Membership, you can also watch it there as part of your subscription.