Bill Skarsgard Net Worth

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Net Worth: $5 Million
Date of Birth: Aug 9, 1990 (30 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 6 ft 3 in (1.92 m)
Profession: Actor
Nationality: Sweden
Bill Skarsgard Net Worth:
$5 Million

Bill Skarsgård net worth: Bill Skarsgård is a Swedish actor and model who has a net worth of $5 million. Bill Skarsgård was born in Vallingby, Sweden in August 1990. From 2013 to 2015 he starred as Roman Godrey on the television series Hemlock Grove. One of his best known film roles came starring as Pennywise in the movie It in 2017. Bill Skarsgård has also appeared in the films White Water Fury, Arn: The Kingdom at the End of the Road, Kenny Begins, Simple Simon, Behind Blue Skies, The Crown Jewels, Simon & the Oaks, Anna Karenina, Victoria, Allegiant, Atomic Blonde, and Battlecreek. In 2012 he won an EFP Shooting Star Award at the Berlin International Film Festival. His brothers are actors Alexander, Gustaf, and Valter Skarsgård. Bill Skarsgård also has three other siblings and his father Stellan Skarsgård is also an actor. Bill Skarsgård was featured on the cover of the magazine Hero in 2014.

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Inspirational Quotes by Bill Skarsgard

Sweden is a small country and, well, our family's pretty prominent in that world, I guess. And I really didn't like the sound of just being 'the fourth acting Skarsgard.'

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My height can be a problem. A lot of directors and photographers are sometimes not happy because I'm pretty tall and especially if I work with short actors the difference can be pretty massive.

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I'm a pretty private person, so I don't mind not being recognized.

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I wouldn't want to be associated with one character, because I want to be able to do different roles.

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When I read a script and have my first interaction with this character, do I feel like there's something I'm gonna' learn here? If I feel like it's something I've done before, then what's the incentive for me to do it?

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