Eddie Marsan Net Worth
How much is Eddie Marsan worth?
Eddie Marsan Net Worth: Eddie Marsan is an English actor who has a net worth of $800 thousand dollars. Born Edward Maurice Charles Marsan in 1968 in Stepney, London, England, Eddie Marsan studied at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London and later The Academy of the Science of Acting and Directing. He made his TV debut in 1992’s “The Piglet Files” before landing a part on “Game On” during the mid-’90s. Marsan’s film debut came in 1997’s “Get Well Soon” and he has since gone on to appear in numerous blockbusters, including “Gangs of New York”, “V for Vendetta”, “Miami Vice”, “Mission: Impossible III”, “Sixty Six”, “Sherlock Holmes”, “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows”, “War Horse”, and “The World’s End”. His performance in the film “Happy-Go-Lucky” earned him a London Film Critics Circle Award for Best Supporting Actor and a National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Supporting Actor. His other TV and film credits include “Casualty”, “Grange Hill”, “Silent Witness”, “Love in the Time of Dragons”, “Ray Donovan”, “Vera Drake”, “Tyrannosaur”, “I Want Candy”, “Gangster No. 1”, “Snow White and the Huntsman”, “The Disappearance of Alice Creed”, “Me and Orson Welles”, “Heartless”, and “Hancock”. Marsan has four children with his wife, make-up artist Janine Schneider, whom he’s been married to since 2002.
More about the earnings of Eddie Marsan
Actor Eddie Marsan has a networth that has to be considered decent.
Inspirational Quotes by Eddie Marsan
Different races never fazed me because coming from Bethnal Green, I'd been around people of different races forever. Different class? That was much harder.Eddie Marsan
My idea is just to do something different each time; the next thing I do has to be completely different to the thing I've done before - that's what I try and do, because you know, I'm an actor, not a film star.Eddie Marsan
I'd love to play a Bond villain. Yeah, I'd love to play a Bond villain. Everyone always says this to me; they always say, 'You've got to be a Bond villain', 'We're going to make you a Bond villain...' But they've never, ever approached me, I've never had a whiff of it. I think I'd love to play a Bond villain; I'd have great fun.Eddie Marsan
I sometimes think if I had gone to Oxford or Cambridge and looked like a handsome young guy who could be in an Evelyn Waugh novel or something, I'd be a massive movie star. But there's a longevity to what I do. It's more reliable. Someone isn't deciding that I'm the next big thing.Eddie Marsan
I have friends who are leading men, and they're only ever allowed to play leading men of a certain type. But as a character actor, there's a wider variety of projects available. On the big Hollywood films, all they care about is having their lead in place, so it's actually easier for someone like me to slip in. And I'm happy to do so.Eddie Marsan